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Holy Bible: Contemporary Parallel Bible, NKJV/NIV

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This unique volume displays the parallel texts of a pair of today's most popular evangelical Bible editions. Together, the New King James Version and New International Version represent the two major approaches to modern Bible translation.
The New King James Version, an updating of the renowned King James Version, is technically known as a formal equivalent translation
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Hardcover, 2184 pages
Published March 25th 2005 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published 1995)
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