The King James Study Bible is a version of the original King James Bible that includes various features, including maps and doctrinal notes. The Study Bible was created by Liberty University.
The text of the King James Bible is a translation commissioned in 1604 by King James I. There have been several revisions made to it and the study guide.
Additional features of the study guide include Christ's words placed in red lettering, an explanation of the verses and introductions to the books of the Bible. People and places of the Bible also have notes on them to help readers better understand the scriptures.