KJV-NASB Parallel bible?

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  1. Steven2006

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    Does anyone know where I could find one? I would like a nice leather one, with just those two translations, not one of those with four translations including those two. I have looked but never have been able to find one. Thanks in advance for your help.
     
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    Most parallel Bible have a dynamic eqivalence and formal eqivalence translation. Since both the KJV and NASB are formal, it might be hard to find.

    Why not the four version parallel? I have the NASB, KJV, NIV and NLT and I love It!
     
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    I would like a Parallel Bible with the ISV , TNIV , HCSB , NLT2 and the REB . ( There probably wouldn't be room for the NRSV )
     
  4. Steven2006

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    I have that same four version one you have, and like it. However I really want the other choice if I could find it. My church preaches from the KJV, which I like. But I have always really enjoyed the NASB, and find myself wishing I had that as a comparison during Sunday school and church. The four version one is nice for reading at home but to crowded and busy with all four versions to use at church.
     
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    I have never seen a KJV/NASB parallel, but I have seen a KJV/Amplified parallel bible.
     
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    I carry my 4 barrel Bible to church. I love it.

    I have never seen the one you want.
     
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    You might just have to do like I do when I'm studying two versions at once and that's carry both. When I do I try to find a thin, but large print version of each and I can usually carry both without too much trouble; although the pages won't automatically change when you flip one.:laugh:
     
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    Seriously, I usually carry cheap, even paperback versions when I study and carry more than one. Then I don't have to worry about tearing them up, marking in them, or leaving them somewhere. ...just a thought. I may not be what you want, but it works for me. I usually select two to three to carry with me depending on what kind of meeting I'm going to at church.
     
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    I forgot to post, but I looked at a couple of my sources when you first asked and couldn't find a parallel that is KJV-NASB.

    Bitsy, Media Center Director
     
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    Moody Monthly offered a KJV-NASB parallel New Testament in the 1970s. It was hardcover and also contained the text of Unger's Bible Handbook.
     
  11. Steven2006

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    Thanks for all the replies, it doesn't seem likely that I will find one. I sure would be happy if I could. If anyone ever comes across one please let me know.
     

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