1611 Historic Bible Bundle

Hendrickson Publishers

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Hendrickson Publishers
5-1/2 x 8-1/2 x 1-1/4" (1611 Edition)
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This Bundle Item has been discontinued, but the individual items are available for purchase separately:

1611 Edition KJV Bible (Hendrickson)

Geneva Bible 1560 Edition

Tyndale New Testament 1526 Edition

For the first time ever, The KJV Store is offering this 1611 Historic Bible Bundle to every KJV Bible lover's delight! Whether you want to discover the first English translation of the Bible (the 1526 Tyndale), or the one that most heavily influenced the KJV Translators (1560 Geneva) or the original 1611 King James Version, it's all here for you to explore! Each edition features a durable and long-lasting binding, with stitching and quality that will last for years to come.

Featuring word-for-word facsimiles, clear page designs with readable fonts, exquisite translation and pronunciation notes, maps, illustrations, and much more, The 1611 Historic Bible Bundle contains:

The Tyndale New Testament, 1526 Edition, Hardcover
The Geneva Bible: 1560 Edition, Hardcover, (The Bible of the Protestant Reformation)
The KJV 1611 Bible 400th Anniversary Edition, Hardcover

Perfect for:
- studying along with other translations
- to display in offices, classrooms, or churches
- as a gift for any serious Bible enthusiast.

The Tyndale New Testament (1526 Edition) 

Imagine opening up an exact replica of the first English New Testament translated from the original languages!

Though forbidden by the Church to translate the New Testament into English, William Tyndale was determined to make the Bible more accessible by translating Scripture into the common people's speech.
Despite resistance, persecution, and setbacks, Tyndale's unwavering perseverance resulted in the first English New Testament finally being printed in 1526 and smuggled into England.

The Geneva Bible (1560 Edition)

Get the first English Bible ever to be translated from the original languages—Greek and Hebrew—and the first "study" Bible with its extensive commentary notes.

Born in a time of upheaval, when Protestant believers were often executed or imprisoned, a group of translators persevered to create a fresh English translation of Scripture from the original languages.
The Geneva Bible included "study resources" for the first time ever, including margin commentary, over 30 illustrations, readable roman type, and more.

1611 KJV Authorized Version

Enjoy having a word-for-word copy (facsimile) of the original 1611 KJV Authorized Version! This collection includes the Apocrypha in this exclusive 400th anniversary edition!

For over 400 years, the King James Version has been the most beloved bible translation. Over time, however, the text has suffered subtle and occasionally troublesome alterations.
This attractive edition preserves the original 1611 edition. Word for word and page for page,
the text with its original marginal notes, and other introductory material (including original 1611 word spellings, the Apocrypha, and Translator's Preface to the Reader) all appear as they first did in 1611.

Key Features of the 1611 Historic Bible Bundle

Exact Copies of the Originals (Facsimiles)
A copy is only as good as the original it's based on, which is why these Bibles are high-quality. All 3 Bibles feature easy-to-read, clear type.
Pictured to the left is a facsimile of Tyndale's New Testament, loaned from the renowned British Library.

Added Introductions & Context
Why are these Bibles so important? Find out from top scholars!
Each Bible includes an introduction, explaining its significance and dozens of fascinating facts!
For example, the Geneva Bible was:
• The first Bible with numbered verses and study tools.
• Carried by the Pilgrims on the Mayflower to America.
• Used by John Bunyan, author of Pilgrim's Progress.
• And more!

Original Study Notes & Illustrations
Not all modern Bibles include illustrations and commentary notes. Yet, the Geneva Bible of 1560 did!
It was created so both the common people and leaders could deepen their understanding of the Bible—and includes 30 labeled diagrams and maps!
Enjoy seeing the original notes and illustrations for all 3 historic Bibles with this exclusive collection.

Collector's Quality
Whether you are going to personally use these translations or display them at your church, you'll appreciate the fine-quality each Bible offers:
• Ribbon marker
• Sewn binding
• Presentation page
• And more!