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The 1967 Scofield® Study Bible, KJV, with Word Changes

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E. Schuyler English wrote an extensive Introduction on behalf of the Editorial Committee dated Skytop, Pa, May 27, 1966. Concerning the translation he states:
»This is not a new translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts. Whereas the English text is definitely the King James Version, word changes have been made when clarification is needed. The principle adopted by the committee of revision is as follows: change (1) obsolete and archaic words; (2) words that have altered their meaning; (3) indelicate words or expressions; (4) relative pronouns (…) when referring to persons; (5) proper names to make them conform (…); and (6) in some few instances incorrect translations have been clarified.«
The previous Introduction to the 1909 edition and the Preface to the 1917 edition are included. This 1967 Scofield Bible has, contrary to the two previous editions, for the New Testament two margin columns with cross references, corrected wording and alternate readings. All OT & NT annotations have been revised and amended. New feature is a 188 pp concordance.
The list of individuals comprising the Editorial Committee contains these names:
Frank E. Gaebelein, William Culbertson, Charles L. Feinberg, Allan A. Mac Rae, Clarence E. Mason, Alva J. Mc Clain, Wilbur M. Smith, John F. Walvoord

Scofield Study Bible-KJV-1967 with Word Changes - Alibris

  • Synopsis
    Become a bastion of knowledge in God’s word with the 1967 Scofield Study Bible, an important historical book reprinted in hardcover for a new generation. Seminary is a lengthy and difficult process that guarantees a thorough knowledge of scripture, but for everyone else, a quality study Bible is an invaluable tool. With concise explanations written in clear English, the book is filled with thoughtful content that allows the reader to gain a deeper understanding of the thousands of deep and meaningful lessons that can be learned from the Holy Bible. A superb addition to the collection of any follower of the faith, the 1967 Scofield Study Bible provides a deeper understanding of the one of the most important books of all time.

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E. Schuyler English wrote an extensive Introduction on behalf of the Editorial Committee dated Skytop, Pa, May 27, 1966. Concerning the translation he states:
»This is not a new translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts. Whereas the English text is definitely the King James Version, word changes have been made when clarification is needed. The principle adopted by the committee of revision is as follows: change (1) obsolete and archaic words; (2) words that have altered their meaning; (3) indelicate words or expressions; (4) relative pronouns (…) when referring to persons; (5) proper names to make them conform (…); and (6) in some few instances incorrect translations have been clarified.«
The previous Introduction to the 1909 edition and the Preface to the 1917 edition are included. This 1967 Scofield Bible has, contrary to the two previous editions, for the New Testament two margin columns with cross references, corrected wording and alternate readings. All OT & NT annotations have been revised and amended. New feature is a 188 pp concordance.
The list of individuals comprising the Editorial Committee contains these names:
Frank E. Gaebelein, William Culbertson, Charles L. Feinberg, Allan A. Mac Rae, Clarence E. Mason, Alva J. Mc Clain, Wilbur M. Smith, John F. Walvoord

E. Schuyler English wrote an extensive Introduction on behalf of the Editorial Committee dated Skytop, Pa, May 27, 1966. Concerning the translation he states:
»This is not a new translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts. Whereas the English text is definitely the King James Version, word changes have been made when clarification is needed. The principle adopted by the committee of revision is as follows: change (1) obsolete and archaic words; (2) words that have altered their meaning; (3) indelicate words or expressions; (4) relative pronouns (…) when referring to persons; (5) proper names to make them conform (…); and (6) in some few instances incorrect translations have been clarified.«
The previous Introduction to the 1909 edition and the Preface to the 1917 edition are included. This 1967 Scofield Bible has, contrary to the two previous editions, for the New Testament two margin columns with cross references, corrected wording and alternate readings. All OT & NT annotations have been revised and amended. New feature is a 188 pp concordance.
The list of individuals comprising the Editorial Committee contains these names:
Frank E. Gaebelein, William Culbertson, Charles L. Feinberg, Allan A. Mac Rae, Clarence E. Mason, Alva J. Mc Clain, Wilbur M. Smith, John F. Walvoord