I would urge you to examine your premise. You are starting out with the idea that the Bible needs no investigation as to its merits as an historical and divine work. You've swallowed that one whole.
That is a mighty big lump! It has stuck in many a throat.
Remember, the same people who gave us the Apostle's Creed, immortality of the soul, hellfire, the Trinity, etc. were the "experts' who gave us the Bible Canon as far as New Testment.
You have a similar problem with Old Testament.
At least read scholarly works that deal with HOW those books were compiled from oral traditions, redacted and chosen.
WHO WROTE THE BIBLE is a good place to start (Friedman)http://www.drury.edu/ess/values/friedman.html
If it turns out you are able to discover that there is little in the way of evidence for anything "divine" about all these writings; then, it becomes less important which version you read.
At least read that page on the above link. Save yourself years of wasted toil.