Beware of Altered King James Bibles
King James Bible believers are faced with an array of problems to day. Of course we all know that the multiplicity of all the new modern versions are a big problem, but another little known problem is the fact that many of the worldly publishing companies are publishing Bibles and calling them King James Bibles when in actuality they are not true King James Bible.
Because the King James Bible is in the public domain and not copyrighted (In all places other than England), these worldly publishing companies think they can make minor changes to the standard text so that they can please certain groups which translates into extra sales for them. Today you can still find true King James Bibles but you must proceed with caution. You will be hard pressed to find it at all in any typical Christian book store (or other stores for that matter) without some alterations to the text.
Cambridge University Press printed the PCE (PURE CAMBRIDGE EDITION) between about 1900 and about 1980. There are millions of them around. It is possible to find nice second hand copies. Proverbs 30:5-6: ‘Every word of God is pure: he is a shield unto them that put their trust in him. Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar.’