Which denominations primarily use the King James Version of the Bible?
I did a search on Google and could not find anything reliable.
It's really not a denominational issue, per se, but a doctrinal issue or a simple preference.
The King James Only movement are people and churches that believe that the King James version is the only one to use. They have various reasons for this.
James White has broken it down into five primary reasons for sticking with the KJV:
Ultimately, it's not a denominational thing, but either a doctrinal issue (that extends beyond denominational decrees) or a preference.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly referred to as the "Mormons" or "LDS") use the KJV. For verification see Scriptures.LDS.org
I am compiling a list of churches (denominations, etc.) that still hold to the KJV (AV) Bible. Any additions and corrections are welcomed!
The Protestant Reformed Church in America, the Free Presbyterian, the Heritage Reformed, and Life Bible-Presbyterian churches.
Of course, most independent, Fundamentalist churches.
Also The Church of England (Continuing) and some traditional Episcopalians and the Anglican Orthodox Church in this country use the AV/ KJV. (These generally also use the 1662 [Anglican] or 1928 [USA] Book of Common Prayer.)
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