Is the NASB a reliable translation?

The NASB claims to be reliable and faithful to the original languages. It includes printing of verses as individual units (although more recent editions are available in paragraph format).

What is the most popular Bible translation?

King James Version (55%)

  • New International Version (19%)
  • New Revised Standard Version (7%)
  • New American Bible (6%)
  • The Living Bible (5%)
  • All other translations (8%)
  • What is the most scholarly Bible translation?

    Most modern translations published since c. 1900 are based on scholarly critical editions of the original Hebrew and Greek texts….King James Version and derivatives.

    Abbreviation Name Date
    KJVER King James Version Easy Reading 2001
    HSE Holy Scriptures in English 2001

    What translation does the Catholic Church use?

    The New American Bible, Revised Edition is the first new Catholic Bible in 40 years. The new version updates many Old Testament passages based on newly translated manuscripts discovered in the past 50 years.

    Which translation of the Bible is easiest to understand?

    The Holy Bible: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV) is an English translation of the Bible compiled by the World Bible Translation Center.

    What is the NASB’s translation standard?

    The long-established translation standard for the NASB remains the same as it always has been, that is to accurately translate the inspired Word of God from the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts into modern English that is clearly understandable today.

    What is the new American Standard Bible translation?

    The New American Standard Bible (NASB) translation was created by The Lockman Foundation. It is especially faithful to the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts and uses a word-for-word instead of a thought-for-thought translation method.

    What are the best translations of the Bible?

    The best translations of the Bible are mostly well-known, but there are also a few that are not so well-known. Scholars regard Word-for-Word as most accurate translation method that leaves the least room for error.

    Is the NASB still in use?

    The Editorial Board has continued to function since publication of the complete Bible in 1971. This edition of the NASB represents revisions and refinements recommended over the last several years as well as thorough research based on modern English usage.