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Bijbel (Vertaling 1951) The Bible in Dutch, 1951 translation (NBG)

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The NBG 1951 is a Dutch Bible translation used by most Protestants in the Netherlands. The text was developed by the Netherlands Bible Society to be a replacement for the so-called state translation, or “Statenvertaling”. Unlike the state translation, the NBG 1951 is not based on the textus receptus. The translators were: A. van Veldhuizen, C.H. van Rhijn, F.W. Grosheide, F.P.L. of Lingen, J.W. vat, J.de swan.

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  1. DS

    DS

    9/12/2021

    55555
  2. Marcel Rijsdijk

    Marcel Rijsdijk

    11/18/2018

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  3. Marcus Ampe

    Marcus Ampe

    6/23/2016

    Petrus Meijers a.o. have good reasons to question "paying a lot for bible translations that are free." Why are the copyright free bibles not provided for free in Logos? Dutch speaking users probably also use other bible software were those are already provided with other additional paid Dutch translations.
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  4. Petrus Meijers
    I prefer an offer for a package of dutch translations, however, some are already online available and free as the "willibrord translation" interlinear with the New Bible Translation (NBV). See an example at http://www.willibrordbijbel.nl/?p=page&i=3706,3756 The NBV is also free available to read online at https://www.bijbelgenootschap.nl/nbv/ The "Statenvertaling" is free available (also for download) at http://bijbel.coas.nl/bijbel/ So adding them to the Logos software would be a plus, but paying a lot for bible translations that are free......? Off cause I know that there will be "some" implementation costs......
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  5. Arend Haverhoek

    Arend Haverhoek

    10/14/2014

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  6. Mark Hale

    Mark Hale

    4/9/2014

    Agree with the comments that the HSV would be a very welcome addition. The language of the NBG'51 was rather archaic at the time of publication, almost 65 years ago (retirement age?). This was to attract those using the Statenvertaling (equivalent of the KJV). The NBV would be nice, but was never intended as a study Bible. I don't know of any efforts to link it to Strong numbering.
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  7. Erich Wong

    Erich Wong

    3/10/2014

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  8. Matt Glover

    Matt Glover

    8/31/2013

    33333
    very outdated Dutch. Is like the old RSV - is ok but there are easier to read versions out there. Would love to see the "Herziene Statenvertaling (HSV)" and "Willibrordvertaling (WV)" and the "Nieuwe Bijbelvertaling (NBV)"
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