is the NIV translation officially seen as being DE in theory or not?

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  1. Yeshua1

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    Its not a formal version, so would it by definition fall under DE camp?
     
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    Why do you ask the same ole' questions over and over? Experts in New Testament studies put it in the mediating class --you have even said as much.

    Now try your best to think of something entirely new.
     
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    Would you also group the esv/Hcsb/Nlt here in same broad category?

    And would the Niv be in middle, with Nlt more DE, and HCSB/ESV more formal?
     
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    No,both the ESV on the left,and the NLT right side of the ledger would not be in the median range.
     
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    Would you see the HCSB as being in same range as Niv, just bit more "literal?"
     

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