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The Revised Standard Version Bible (RSV)

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The original Revised Standard Version has served for more than forty-five years. The standard English pew Bible for many denominations, the RSV has become a benchmark for comparison to other English Bibles.

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  • Title: The Revised Standard Version
  • Publisher: Faithlife
  • Print Publication Date: 1971
  • Logos Release Date: 2001
  • Era: era:modern
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible › English
  • Resource ID: LLS:1.0.40
  • Resource Type: Bible
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-02-11T15:26:46Z


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  1. [name]



    Does it have Strong's attached to it, or must one necessarily use the other package ("RSV with Reverse Interlinear") for this?

  2. Frank Burough
  3. Clifton Trail

    Clifton Trail


  4. Michael VanderMeer
    Can anyone tell me if this RSV contains the apocrypha (or at least what Protestants consider the apocrypha) texts of the Old Testament?

  5. art green

    art green



  6. Ronald McKinstry

  7. Kiyah



    Logos, please update this bible to include the footnotes (how do you have a bible translation without the translator notes???), and include the interlinear for the OT.

  8. Dr. Gordon Arthur
  9. Randall Coy

    Randall Coy


  10. Stephen Kafkas
    I'm not sure if this is just an issue with my version of the text in Logos, but there are zero footnotes. I've tried checking and unchecking "show footnotes on page", adjusted all the visual filter options, but they don't show up. I find that odd, as every other bible I have from Logos, including the NRSV include it. I'm not really commenting on the Biblical text, as much as the Logos edition. However, I'll say in response to a commentator below, I find it odd to object to the inclusion of John 7:53-8:11, since most scholars believe that it is a genuine part of scripture, if possibly not from John. Incidentally, Dr. Gordon Hugenberger of Park Street Church in Boston preached a pretty compelling sermon about the legitimacy of that passage and a reasonable explanation of why it might have been removed (people at the time thought it was advocating adultery). [You can listen to it here: http://media.parkstreet.org/audio/2006-06-25-am.mp3] Ultimately, I think it makes sense to leave John 7:53-8:11 in with a clear footnote, which leads me back to my complaint about the RSV having no visible footnotes in my Logos version. Perhaps another reviewer can explain if this is is a problem they are having too, or if it's somehow peculiar to my copy.

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