The NASB New Inductive Study Bible is designed to encourage you to study the Bible for yourself, rather than relying on the interpretation of commentaries. Introduction The Christian Standard Bible (CSB), published in 2017, is a major revision and replacement of the Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB), which was first published as a full Bible in 2004 and revised in 2009.1 This paper is a brief review of the CSB, especially as it compares to its predecessor and with special attention to its use of gender-inclusive language. Is this the Word of God? Over the years, I’ve worked extensively with the New American Standard Bible (NASB), the New International Version (NIV), the New King James Version (NKJV), and, since 2012, the Holman Christian Standard Version (HCSB). I must confess that I have been having my morning devotions in … The most recent edition of the NASB text was published in 2020. This brand new update of the widely respected NASB 1995 builds upon its strengths by further improving accuracy, modernizing language, and improving readability. Introduction. In May of this year the latest and most thoroughgoing revision of the RSV appeared, sponsored by the National Council of Churches. Robert G. Bratcher, review of The New American Standard Bible--New Testament, in Eternity 15 (June 1964), p. 45. Ibid., p. 15. 127. The New American Standard Bible 6/6/2016 I always wanted to read the Bible from front to back, or I should say, from Genesis to Malachi and Matthew to Revelation. The New Revised Standard Version: A Review. Arthur L. Farstad* I. 1. The New American Standard Bible (NASB) is an English translation of the Bible by the Lockman Foundation. 129. Like many folks I learned the various Bible stories and lessons here and there, starting in Sunday School, then Church, movies and TV shows. After completion in 1971, the NASB was updated in 1977, 1995, and most recently in 2020. by David B. Loughran . The New Testament was first published in 1963, and the complete Bible in 1971. The American Standard Version (ASV) of the Bible was first published in 1901. As a wise old preacher said, "there is nothing 'new' in fundamentalism." Of course, this naturally led to the COPYRIGHTED sequel, the New American Standard Version. Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly 70 (January 1973), p. 32. The New American Standard Version Exposed! However, I have been requested to review the portion of his work which relates to the New American Standard Bible, which is found from page 583 through page 593. 128. I N CASE YOU ARE UNAWARE, the Lockman Foundation is in the process of updating the New American Standard Bible translation. I’ve been following their progress for awhile now. I’m regularly checking the status of their progress and posting them at: NASB 2020 Update news and review, last updated on March 24, 2020.Check it out. Thus, in 1959 work began on a new translation which honoured both the ASV and KJV under the aegis of the Lockman Foundation, which called upon an international team of Bible scholars and pastors from a broad cross-section of denominations to create the New American Standard Bible (NASB), which say first light as a complete work in 1971. 1.1. E VERY TEN YEARS OR SO, I change the Bible translation I use for my personal devotions in order to force myself to re-read, re-highlight, and re-notate the text afresh. This mistranslation of the Bible is in the public domain, since its copyright has expired. 1. Armin Panning, "The New American Standard Bible, Is This the Answer?" Twenty specific passages are dealt with by Brother Wallace, and we shall consider each of them. NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE 2020 UPDATE. The NASB was published in the following stages: Gospel of John (1960) The Gospels (1962)