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New York: Vantage Press, A translation in simple English. New International Version New Testament. Edwin H.
Palmer, ed. The New Testament. Revised , , and Revised with inclusive language in A paraphrastic version, designed to be easily understood by all. Jay E. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, New International Version. Palmer et al. Revised in and The New Testament first appeared in Arthur Farstad, ed. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, New King James Version. An adaptation of the Living Bible for Jewish Christian readers.
An Inclusive Language Lectionary. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, , , Three volumes giving the scripture portions of years A, B and C of the Revised Common Lectionary in an inclusive language version. Henry Wansbrough, ed. New York: Doubleday, A revision of the Jerusalem Bible published in , by Roman Catholic scholars.
The Pentateuch was first published in and revised in , the Prophets in , and the Writings in The New Testament: Recovery Version. Text translated by John C.
Anaheim, California: Living Stream Ministry, Second edition, Ervin Bishop et al. Worth, Texas: Worthy Publishing, A very simple 'dynamic equivalence' version, also published as the International Children's Bible. Henderson, Tennessee: Freed-Hardeman College, Phillip B. Giessler, ed.
Fairview Park, Ohio: Biblion Publishing, Complete Text Translated from Hebrew and Greek. Pastoral Edition. Quezon City, Philippines: Claretian Publications, McHardy, ed. A revision of the New English Bible Heinz W. Translated by a Jewish Christian who is a classics scholar and philosopher.
David H. Jerusalem: Jewish New Testament Publications, Jewish aspects of the New Testament are emphasized, with explanatory footnotes for gentile readers. New Revised Standard Version. Bruce M. Metzger, ed. New York: Oxford University Press, Eugene H. Colorado Springs: NavPress, An informal paraphrase of the New Testament. Robert W. Funk et al.
We have no proof that any of the disciples were still alive in 65 AD. An excellent question. Goodspeed and J. Don J. Because my dad used it?
New Translation and Commentary by Robert W. Funk, Roy W.
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Hoover, and the Jesus Seminar. New York: Macmillan, A new translation of the four Gospels together with the "Gospel of Thomas," in which the "authentic words of Jesus" are printed in red. William D. Prindle, ed. A limited revision of the King James Version, in which only the most archaic words and usages are replaced. Lectionary readings from the Revised Common Lectionary are marked with double diamonds. A revised edition with the Apocrypha but without lectionary markings appeared in as the Third Millennium Bible. Prindle was the chief editor for both editions, assisted by Barbara P.
Graff, B. Ronning, B. Burkman, B. Further information may be found at the publisher's websites, www. Craig R. Smith, ed. Brentwood, Maryland: Priests for Equality, A revamping of Scripture according to the latest rules of political correctness. Produced by dissident Roman Catholics. Victor R. Gold, ed. A politically correct adaptation of the NRSV which eliminates all "oppressive" features of the Bible. Eugene W.
Bunkowske, ed. William E. Seattle, Washington: Impact Publications, A literal translation of the Nestle text, supplemented with parenthetical comments to clarify the meaning of the words. Barclay M. Newman, ed. A paraphrastic version, at a fourth grade reading level. New York: Schocken, Inclusive Language Edition.