Explore all the differences between different English translations of the Bible. The Classic Comparative Parallel Bible combines the full text of four of the most popular and trustworthy English translations. Discover the differences between the New International Version, New American Standard Bible, King James Version, and Amplified Bible.
The New International Version of the Bible is widely used by evangelical Christians of all ages. Featuring a 7.8 grade reading level, the NIV combines word-for-word and thought-for-thought translation philosophies. For more information on the different Bible translations, view our Bible Translation Guide.
The King James Version has a long-standing reputation, and is one of the oldest English translations still being read today. Widely used by conservative Protestants, the KJV is published at a 12th grade reading level. For more information on the different Bible translations, view our Bible Translation Guide.
The New American Standard Bible is a word-for-word translation primarily used by conservative and evangelical Protestants alike. The text reads at an 11th grade level. For more information on the different Bible translations, view our Bible Translation Guide.
Amplified Bibles are published at an 11th grade reading level and cater to those looking for more detailed shades of meaning in scripture. For more information on the different Bible translations, view our Bible Translation Guide.
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