NAS and Updated NAS ?

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  1. Tony kelly

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    Is there much difference ?
     
  2. Ransom

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    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.
     
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    I have never read the NASB 75 edition. I own the NASB 95 update edition and it's a solid great Bible.
     
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    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.
     
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    Don't forget the ISV. The OT is scheduled to be completed soon.
    Maybe.
     
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    What is the ISV? Who is the publisher? Would you expand on your post? Thanks, Bruce
     
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    According to the ISV web page, as of today approximately 41.1% of the OT is complete.
     
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    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.
     
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    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?
     
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