KJV Family: ASV, RSV, and NKJV

This post is part of our ongoing series examining the King James Family of Bibles. American Standard Version (Revised Version) The Revised Version of the KJV was introduced in several stages, with the English Revised Version being completed in the 1885, and the American Standard Version first being published in 1901 (Bruce, 138). This translationContinue reading “KJV Family: ASV, RSV, and NKJV”

The King James Version Bible Family

Over the next week, Pursuing Veritas will take a look at one of the most influential “family trees” of English Bible translations, that of the King James Version. As one of the most influential editions of the Bible (ever, but especially in the English language family), the 1611 KJV has spawned countless translation “offspring”, editionsContinue reading “The King James Version Bible Family”

Book Review: The Story of the Voice (Capes, Seay, Couch)

As most Christians are well aware, new editions of the Bible are produced on a regular basis. Walk into any Christian home or institution and, upon examining their Bibles, you are likely to discover a variety of editions and translations. The King James Version, the New International Version, the English Standard Version, the New LivingContinue reading “Book Review: The Story of the Voice (Capes, Seay, Couch)”

Bible Translations, Not Inspired

Occasionally I will run into someone who holds and unusually “high” view of a certain translation of the Bible. The most notable (or notorious, depending on your position) are those people who subscribe to the “King James Only” position. But there are also people I have met who argue for the supremacy of the RevisedContinue reading “Bible Translations, Not Inspired”