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Way of Life:Is 17th-Century British English Holy?

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We have become aware of a tendency among some King James Bible defenders to exalt 17th-century British English to the level of divine holiness.
For example, the following changes are made in some editions of the KJV:
afterwards - afterward; alway - always; apparelled - appareled; armour - armor; armoury - armory; asswage - assuage; astonied - astonished; behaviour - behavior; baken - baked; broided - braided; cloke - cloak; colour - color; defence - defense.. Read More

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