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"A quantum leap forward, a work of such quality that it can serve as the definitive translation for North American readers," - Christian Century. First published in 1990, the NRSV marked the end of 17 years of intensive labor and debate and has now won acceptance across denominational lines. 800 pages, softcover. Hendrickson.
- Double-column format
- 9 point type
- 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 1 1/4"
Number of Pages: 1120
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X 1.5 (inches)
Text Layout: Double Column
|Text Color: Black Letter|
Text Size: 8 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: No
Page Gilding: None
Page Edges: White
NRSV Gift & Award Bible with Apocrypha, Imitation leather, BlueHendrickson Publishers / 2005 / Imitation Leather$10.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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New Revised Standard Version New Testament - audiobook on CDOasis Audio / 2006 / Compact disc$35.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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An NRSV to be read and shared
Though they are regularly used in both Protestant and Roman Catholic congregations, the books of the Apocrypha are difficult to find in affordable English Bibles today--until now!
Readers will enjoy this New Revised Standard Version's contemporary, literal translation and the easy-to-read text. Churches that use the Apocrypha in liturgy and worship will find these editions ideal for education, evangelism, and outreach.
• Complete biblical text and Apocrypha in the NRSV
• Simple, straightforward presentation
• Convenient size
• Affordable price
About the Translation
Translated by a multi-denominational committee, and based on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic, the New Revised Standard Version is widely used by English-speaking congregations throughout the world.
About the Apocrypha
The Apocrypha is a collection of books found in the Septuagint--the Greek version of the Jewish Bible. Though not incorporated into the final, canonical version of the Hebrew scriptures, it was included in important Bible translations such as the Latin Vulgate and the original King James Version of 1611. For centuries the books of the Apocrypha have had a significant influence on Christian art, literature, and theology.