NRSV and RSV available for theWord

The NRSV and RSV (without the apocrypha) are available for purchase from theWordBooks.com.

New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)

The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible (NRSV) was published in 1989. It's goal was to appeal to all religions and religious groups. The translation committee was made up of thirty translators from every Protestant denomination, the Roman Catholic as well as Greek orthodox church, and a Jewish scholar as well.

This version for theWord does not have the Apocrypha; is the standard edition without the Deuterocanonical books. 

 

Revised Standard Version (RSV) 

The original Revised Standard Version has served for more than forty-five years. The standard English pew Bible for many denominations, the RSV has become a benchmark for comparison to other English Bibles.

This version for theWord does not have the Apocrypha; is the standard edition without the Deuterocanonical books.

 

 

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