Depends on the version but...
The English King James version has 788,280 words.
That would depend on which bible you use.There are many different translations some with commentary and concordances and some without.
The Authorized Version contains rather more than 773,000 words.
One, Jesus ; John1:1 In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God.
by Nell Rose 21 months ago
How many words should an ebook have?For example if you are writing a non fiction book based on someones life. I know some are quite short, and others the length of a published novel, but what is acceptable? Thanks!
by Insane Mundane 5 years ago
Here of late, I've run across several people (online & offline) that were spouting that only the King James Version of the Holy Bible contains the absolute truth. Even though the beloved dogma and ancient writings claiming to be inspired by the almighty God himself, it still has to be...
by nightwork4 7 years ago
Why was the unicorn removed from the christian bible?i just found out it was removed in the 18th century and i'm curious as to why people think it was removed completely.
by Jo_Goldsmith11 7 years ago
I will start with two letters. You need to keep the two letters I used and add on to them. You can re arrange the two letters, but they need to be in the word you come up with. This will continue on until no one can find any more words. Good luck all! Please use only these two letters... B Z.
by Julianna 9 years ago
This word that all of us know had me thinking , how many words can be spelled out of the largest word ever written? Care to try? Create the words as long as short as you wish but it has to be a word
by graceinus 5 years ago
The Bible is God's Word, so how is it that most translations have a Copywrite?So far I have found only one translation (in English) of Bible which does not have a copywrite and that is the King James Version. Other versions are copywrited. So I ask this question, Why would anyone copywright...
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