Easy-To-Read Holy Bible (ERV)

Easy-To-Read Holy Bible (ERV)

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The Easy-to-Read Version (ERV) is an English translation of the Bible initially printed because the English Version for the Deaf (EVD).

Deaf readers generally battle with studying English as a end result of signal language is their first language. The translation was created a to make studying the Bible easier for them. The EVD used easier vocabulary and shorter sentences. One of the basic ideas that guided the work was that good translation is sweet communication.

In 2004, a serious revision was finished. It uses broader vocabulary. The EVD was left unchanged, so it and the ERV now have completely different texts.

The ERV uses the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (1984) as its Old Testament text with some readings from the Dead Sea Scrolls. Also, it follows the Septuagint when its readings are thought-about more correct. For the New Testament, the ERV makes use of the Greek New Testament (4th revised edition, 1993) and Novum Testament Graece (27th version, 1993).

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