The NASB 1995 is widely embraced and trusted as an English translation that provides superior accuracy while using a classic style of literary English. This updated edition from the NASB 1977 increases clarity and readability as well as updates vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure so that the text is more easily understood. A major change from the NASB 1977 edition is the removal of archaic English, such as “thy” and “thou”, that are no longer used or familiar to many people. The New American Standard Bible 1995 text is widely available today in both print and digital formats.
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