Filled with 365 carefully selected quotations from the new Revised Standard Version
Bible, copyright 1989, from the national Council of Churches of Christ in the United States of America, "Daily Promises From God" offers further encouragement through every other page's background.
Subsequent revisions include the Revised Standard Version
(1952), New American Standard Bible (1971), New Revised Standard Version
(1989), and English Standard Version (2001).
What sparked the controversy was the action of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to overrule the 1992 decision of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments, rescinding approval of the New Revised Standard Version
of the Bible.
Rather, it is based on the English translation of the New Revised Standard Version
(NRSV), with changes made when it is at variance with the LXX.
The New Revised Standard Version
improbably turns this sentence into an accusatory question, while the New International Version more accurately understands it as a negative command: ".
Among the topics are Jesus among the philosophers, whether a theology of the canonical gospels makes sense, narrative criticism and translation in the New Revised Standard Version
, 2 Timothy and polemic against false teachers, Hebrews 10:32-39 and the agony of the translator, the New Testament's anti-Jewish slander and the conventions of ancient polemic, and the material expression of friendship in the New Testament.
The Jewish Annotated New Testament: New Revised Standard Version
My first Bible was a Revised Standard Version
, available since 1989 as the New Revised Standard Version
Homosexuality was first overtly mentioned in the Bible in 1946 in the Revised Standard Version
The year is 1952-1953, a time of Eisenhower, the Korean War, the Cold War, the Revised Standard Version
, and The Old Man and the Sea.
Since the introduction of the Revised Standard Version
in 1946 (New Testament) and 1952 (Old Testament) a flood of new translations have appeared.
It is like saying cathedrals are too big, too draughty and never full and the acoustics are terrible so let's knock them all down and have pre-fabs as places of worship" - Lord (Melvyn) Bragg criticising the use of the Revised Standard version
of the Bible rather than the King James version.