is the 1901 ASV still published, and any one using it?

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  1. Yeshua1

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    that version seems to be still highly regarded for studying purposes, any one know who still publishes it?
     
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    Here.

    :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Now, that's funny. :thumbsup:
     
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    :laugh:

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    Thanks.
     
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    I still use the ASV 1901 a good amount. Mine is from Star, isn't the best printing in the world but I enjoy it. My old one is wore out.
     
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    !901 New American Standard Version

    I'm on my second NAS. Was notated by Charles C. Ryrie, published by Moody Press. Easiest to read and very accurate.
     
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    Star Bible Publications in Texas. It's a Church of Christ outfit.
     
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    Late last year, Star said they planned another printing of the 1901 ASV for March 2012. They have not done so yet and right now all they have a some NT's, but not the whole ASV. They also have some ERV's.

    I am waiting for them to print more ASV's, but they have not said when they will if they plan do so.
     
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    Jonathan pointed to the World English Bible, which is an update of the ASV. For example in John 3 the WEB correctly translates being born spiritually alive as "born anew" rather than the traditional born again. So far, other than it is based on the Byzantine Majority Text, rather than the Critical Text, it seems a very good formal equivalence translation.

    It seems to me, both the NET and WEB are great additions to the short list of translations used collectively for study. So in addition to the primary NASB95, we can added HCSB, NET, WEB, YLT and NKJV.
     
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    I've basically worn out three of Thomas Nelson & Sons editions over the years, it is my primary read. Free searchable downloads available here:

    http://www.johnhurt.com/
     

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