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Updated NASB vs. NASB

Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by bound, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. bound

    bound New Member

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    I recently purchased an Undated NASB - Reference Bible.

    What has changed with this translation compared to the NASB?
     
  2. TCGreek

    TCGreek New Member

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    Bound,

    1. I study, preach and teach primarily from the NASB95, and I've noticed some minor changes from the 1977 text, which is what Chuck Swindoll uses.

    2. Changes I've noticed:

    a. Removal of Thous and Thees in prayer to God (a positive removal, in my opinion).

    b. Removal of some connectives: and, if and so on (a negative removal, IMO).

    c. Removal of some of the archaic expressions, making the text smoother to read.

    3. But the NASB95 is still a great text of Scripture for an all-round use.
     
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