Kerri asked:

Are their any major difference between this book and the New International version?

Obidiwhite The only difference is just grammar/translation, nothing more ; the Bible is the same. Read the one with the right grammar for you.
Barrie Brown The KJV is an old translation of the Textus Recptus. The NIV is a modern translation of Wescott & Hort's critical text based on different sources, including the Roman Catholic Latin texts, well known to have butchered the readings to support their doctrines, ie they change repent to penance and so on. Many free word lists are available on the web that give modern equivalents for old English words like charity which used to mean love but now means giving to the poor.
Lora Swafford Yes, there are many differences. NIV has actually taken some of the scriptures out, they have rearranged versus, have skipped certain parts, etc etc. If you want to read the actual true bible, read the KJV. It's the BIBLE.
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