Two men who are considered to be the “gods” of the New Testament, Paul and James, lived about the same time. Of course, their differences made up for it in terms of how important each of them was to the Christian community. Because of this, it is easy to see why there are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of differences between the two books that we know as the New Testament.
The first difference is the fact that Paul uses a vocabulary that is very different from what we would consider the standard word, “bible.” He uses vocabulary such as letter, psalms, James, fruits, body, spirit, word, preaching, words, disciples, circumcision, profession, wisdom, creation, men, family, mystery, Lord, deliverance, apostles, Gentiles, brethren, the Romans, fellowship, death, lamb, new testament, evangelists, baptism, spirit, books, faith, exercise, witness, Jesus, salvation, saints, kingdom, Word, regeneration, Jesus, life, epistle, calvary, swords, torture, bodies, food, vineyard, gate, use, wretches, sacrificial, new creation, viz, soldiers, satisfaction, first fruits, giving, blood, famine, light, teeth, rivers, hand, hail, birth, bruise, sick, digestion, accounts, germs, breast, flow, sounds, tears, evil, feet, stone, basket, stony, lie, edifying, holy, bruise, law, crucifixion, unclean, stones, trebuchet, catechism, vessel, noisome, great sense, books, garden, cooking, spirit, male, woman, funeral, board, chariot, purple, moisture, spade, redemption, weeping, twelve, feet, bones, brake, jug, blood, rains, mercy, revelation, security, alms, basket, gladness, blessed, fruitful, gathering, perfect, knowledge, demand, danger, release, blood, hunger, salt, law, rest, score, work, smoke, holy, season, silver, sound, geese, etc. There are so many differences between Paul and James. How can you compare them? You cannot compare them. When you read the Bible, you cannot compare it with a book that you have never read before. You have to make comparisons between the books.
Another difference is that James was usually referred to as “King James” or the “King James Version.” So, the difference between the King James Version and the New Testament is often overlooked by readers. The King James Version is what is called the Authorized Version of the Bible. The New Testament is known as the Revised Standard Version.
The reason that the King James Version is sometimes referred to as the King James Version is because James began writing his New Testament book in the New Testament in the way he wrote his other books. By the way, the New Testament is a collection of books written by different authors.
In addition to the differences in vocabulary, the King James Version also contains different words that are not found in the New Testament. These words are commonly used in the King James Version Bible.
One example of these is the term “Talmud.” Although the word is Hebrew, it is only found in the New Testament and not in the Old Testament. Thus, “Talmud” comes from the New Testament and not from the Old Testament.
But just because a word is not found in the Bible does not mean that it does not exist. In fact, many words are translated into English from words that actually existed in the original language. For example, the word “shame” comes from the Arabic word for “to be ashamed.” It is not found in the English language, but the Arabic word for shame has been used in translation over the years because the term itself has a specific meaning.
There are many more differences between the New Testament and the King James Version Bible. However, these are the differences that most people see. They are the most visible differences between the two books, because they are the most quoted by people.