Nrsv Bible

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  • The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) of the Bible, released in 1989, is a thorough revision of the Revised Standard Version (RSV). from the National Council of Churches website
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NRSV – The Go-Anywhere Thinline Bible with the Apocrypha [Bonded Leather, Black]
NRSV – The Go-Anywhere Thinline Bible with the Apocrypha [Bonded Leather, Black]
The Ideal On-the-Go Portable Bible
The Go-Anywhere™ Thinline Bible with the Apocrypha is the perfect size to go with you anywhere—whether you take it to church or small group or put it in your carry-on luggage for travel. One touch will tell you why this distinctive Bible will be your constant companion.
Features Include
Less than 1 inch thick
The Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical books of Scripture
Easy-to-read 9-point type in a double-column setting
Bonded leather with craft-sewn binding for added strength and long life
Fine Bible paper to maximize readability and portability
Concordance for finding key verses
Gilded edges and a ribbon marker
Presentation page and maps
The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) is recognized in scholarly circles as the most accurate translation to English from the original Hebrew and Greek texts. In the tradition of its predecessors, the King James Version and the Revised Standard Version, the NRSV was designed to be the standard version for English-speaking people across all denominations. None of the new, more sectarian translations has approached its standard of elegance and accuracy.

Comparing the Greek Reader to a normal thinline Bible
Comparing the Greek Reader to a normal thinline Bible
The bible on top is a crossway's ESV thinline. As you can tell, the greek reader is slightly larger and I think this works well for use.
Oxford Pocket NRSV
Oxford Pocket NRSV
Even though it is a pocket size, the bible likes to lay flat. I think the sewn binding contributes to this the most