The NRSV first appeared in 1989 and has received the widest acclaim and broadest support from academics and church leaders of any modern English translation. It is the only Bible translation that is as widely ecumenical.
About the NRSV
The National Council of Churches introduction to the NRSV.
New Revised Standard Version
A Wikipedia article on the NRSV.
New Revised Standard Version
A list of the translators and a description of the principles used in the translation.
The New Revised Standard Version
Background on this Bible translation and its predecessor, the Revised Standard Version.
New Revised Standard Version
Background of this Bible translation, with examples of how particular passages are rendered.
The New Revised Standard Version: A Review
A critical review from the conservative perspective.
NRSV: To the Reader
Preface to the NRSV by Dr. Bruce M. Metzger, explaining the origin and character of the work of the committee of translators.
The St. John's Bible
Being created by scribes in a scriptorium in Wales, the St. John's Bible will be the first handwritten, illuminated Bible in the modern era. It will utilize the NSRV.
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