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AV 1611

Authorized King James Version

Swedish edition


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SKJVB - Swedish KJV Bible.

The Swedish KJV Bible is the Swedish Bible translation of the Holy Scriptures, the King James Version also known as the Authorised Version (AV 1611).
In the Swedish edition of the 1611 King James Version, its English language dress and tone is preserved and clarified by a matched use of punctuation. The Swedish KJV Bible therefore has a slightly older Swedish-language tone that faithfully follows the English King James Bible.

IN SWEDISH, (work in progress).

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AV 1611

Authorized King James Version

Engelska utgåvan


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KJV - The King James Bible.

The King James Version is of God preserved and proved since the year of our Lord 1611, the English text of which is translated from the original languages: and with the former translations has been diligently compared and revised, by his Majesty's special command.
The King James Bible was first published in 1611 and remains the most widely read Bible in the world.

IN ENGLISH

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1703

King Charles the Twelfth's Bible

Revised Version

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Biblia, den Heliga Skrift.

Produced by order of King Charles the Twelfth of Sweden: The Great and Gracious Lord, Charles, by the Grace of God, King of Sweden, Göte and Vende.
King Carl XII, who reigned from 1697 until his death in 1718, was a controversial monarch known for his charismatic leadership and was characterised by conflict, including the long and devastating Great Northern War. He has left a lasting mark on Swedish history, culture and, by the grace of God, also through the Bible that today bears his name, the Carl XII Bible. The translation was commissioned and authorised by King Carl XII of Sweden.
The official Church Bible in Sweden for over 200 years
Charles the Twelfth's Bible, also known as Charles XII's Church Bible, is one of the most important Bibles in Sweden and was the official Bible translation for the Swedish Church for over 200 years.
God has given the Swedish people this gift, the Holy Scriptures in the Swedish language. Charles XII's Bible, first published in 1703, is a translation based on the correct line of manuscripts, the Majority Text (from Syria, Antioch).

IN SWEDEN

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1873

Konung Carl den Toftes Bibel


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Biblia, den Heliga Skrift.

King Charles the Twelfth's Bible, also known as Charles XII's Church Bible, is one of the most important Bibles in Sweden and was the official Bible translation for the Swedish Church for over 200 years, from 1703-1917.
Charles XII's Bible, was first published in 1703 and this is the linguistically updated version published in 1873. It is written according to the 19th century Orthography, Morphology & Syntax of Younger New Swedish used 1732-1906.

IN SWEDISH

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1611 King James Version Preface

Part 1 - 2

1611 PREFACE

Part 1 A Dedication to His Majesty King James the First of England

1611 PREFACE

Part 2 From the translators to the reader
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Introduction to the Swedish KJV Bible

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Introduction to the Swedish KJV Bible


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AV 1611 - Swedish KJV Bible


"But when you read Scripture, read it with a sanctified and chaste ear: admire reverently those obscure passages which you do not understand, and blame only your own inability; read with delight the clear passages, and study carefully to understand those which are somewhat difficult; press on to become a good reader of the text, for Scripture is always the best interpreter of itself." 

King James I of England, Basilikon Doron (1599).