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Revised Standard Version

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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A modern American version of the English Bible, a revision of the American Standard Version, completed in 1952 and further revised in 1989.

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  • noun a revision of the American Standard Version

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Examples

  • Perhaps the Revised Standard Version, which Dwight Macdonald singled out as a representative example of midcult?

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  • The original Revised Standard Version, published in 1946, caused quite a stir by printing the nonoriginal ending in small print in a footnote—separated from the original text.

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  • The original Revised Standard Version, published in 1946, caused quite a stir by printing the nonoriginal ending in small print in a footnote—separated from the original text.

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  • Editor's note: Biblical quotations, as most often made throughout this series, come from the Revised Standard Version.

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  • Editor's note: Biblical quotations, as most often made throughout this series, come from the Revised Standard Version.

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  • Contrary to this sweet confidence in a preserved Bible, the Preface to the Revised Standard Version gives the popular viewpoint of those who support the modern texts and versions:

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  • (Acts of the Apostles, 1: 6, Revised Standard Version), revived the movement.

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  • This poem refers in large part to the following passage in the Bible (Luke 10: 38 -- 42, Revised Standard Version):

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  • Revised Standard Version, is an advocate of Social Justice.

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  • I just checked with my Revised Standard Version, and it says "thou shalt not kill" as well.

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