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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by Tony kelly, Mar 28, 2006.
Is there much difference ?
The most obvious difference is the removal of the thees and thous when addressing deity. Apart from that, the style has been tweaked a bit, so it's a tad more readable. Otherwise I don't know what the changes are.
I have never read the NASB 75 edition. I own the NASB 95 update edition and it's a solid great Bible.
NASB is good. NASB study bible is super. Ryrie NASB study bible is even better. With all the gender-neutral translations coming out, I think we've seen the last of good translations.
Don't forget the ISV. The OT is scheduled to be completed soon.
What is the ISV? Who is the publisher? Would you expand on your post? Thanks, Bruce
According to the ISV web page, as of today approximately 41.1% of the OT is complete.
The International Standard Version is a new conservative translation without gender inclusive language. You can dl a copy for E-Sword for free, you can also download what's completed of the OT at the ISV Website.
Davidson Press link is the publisher.
DeclareHim, I am not arguing with you, but your statement "without gender inclusive language" is a little confusing to me. Can you clarify this? Is it Gender-Neutral or otherwise?
I read the translation notes and it appears that in certain places it is, but not nearly to the extent of the TNIV. Your thoughts?