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Anglicans Online last updated 26 March 2017
The original Anglican Bible was the so-called King James Bible, the Authorised Version. It exists in the original, and also as several modern revised versions. The Jerusalem Bible and the New English Bible are more recent translations.
While the Bible in its original languages is of course not copyrighted, many modern translations are copyrighted. Some copyrighted translations are not available online. When we want to look up a passage in the Bible, we usually turn first to the Bible Gateway. Other online Bible resources are listed in our Resources section under Bible Study. The most complete list that we know of of online Bible translations and editions is maintained by Dr Mark Goodacre at the University of Birmingham, in England.
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