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Revised Standard Version

a revision by American scholars of the American Standard Version of the Bible. The New Testament was published in 1946 and the entire Bible in 1953
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This reading was adopted by other early twentieth-century versions, but it would ignite the next controversy in English Bible history when the Revised Standard Version (1952) also adopted the reading.
Sampley publicaron la primera edicion de su Pauline Parallels, basado en el texto de la Revised Standard Version (RSV) de la Biblia.
iota][lambda][alpha][sigma][tau][eta][rho][iota]ov ("mercy sear" or "cover'' of the ark of the covenant which received the blood offerings during the annual rite for the atonement of sins) is translated by the New Revised Standard Version as "sacrifice of atonement" (Rom 3:25).
In 1952, Thomas Nelson & Sons published the Revised Standard Version of the Bible.
About twenty years ago the Canadian bishops approved the NRSV (New Revised Standard Version of the Bible) for the Lectionary.
It will feature a new version of the text, using the gospel account in the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, rather than the Authorised Version on which performances in English are traditionally based.
The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) Bible will be published in a size and design intended to make it of easier access to readers.
Biblical references, which had been to the 1952 Revised Standard Version, are now to the New Revised Standard Version of 1990.
One weakness of the Bible and Its Influence is that it uses only three versions of the Bible as its primary texts: The King James Version, the New Revised Standard Version Bible, and The Jewish Bible, the Tanakh.
Paul's Letters From Prison: In the Revised Standard Version (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1976) p.
Three versions of the Bible are used: the King James Version (often preferred by evangelical Christians), the New Revised Standard Version (produced by the mainline National Council of Churches) and The Jewish Bible, The Tanakh (produced by the Jewish Publication Society).
David deSilva, a Protestant biblical scholar teaching at Ashland Theological Seminary in Ohio, and Baker Book House, a conservative Protestant publisher, have joined forces to produce an excellent introduction to all those books that the New Revised Standard Version prints under the title "The Apocryphal/ Deuterocanonical Books of the Old Testament.

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