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Revised Version of the Bible

noun
1.
a recension of the Authorized Version, prepared by British and American scholars, the Old Testament being published in 1885, and the New Testament in 1881.
Also called Revised Version.
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  • It wasn't rubbish, Quinny, and the revised version is really good.

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  • In the revised version we read "covenant" instead of "testament" in Matt.

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  • "Clothed with power from on high" according to revised version, Luke 24:49.

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  • The revised version of 1881 reads "epileptic," but that is a comment, not a translation.

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  • The revised version translates, "avails much in its working."

    George Muller of Bristol Arthur T. Pierson
  • In the revised version the dénouement is happy instead of tragic.

  • The translation used is for the most part that of the revised version.

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Revised Version

noun
1.
a revision of the Authorized Version of the Bible prepared by two committees of British scholars, the New Testament being published in 1881 and the Old in 1885
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