OT: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (5th ed., 1997); additional sources NT: UBS Greek New Testament (4th corrected ed.); Novum Testamentum Graece (27th ed., 1993)
WHO publishes the NIV Study Bible?
The NIV Study Bible is a study Bible originally published by Zondervan in 1985 that uses the New International Version (NIV).
What was used as the Old Testament textual basis in 2020?
Literal Standard Version
Complete Bible published
Literal Standard Version at Wikisource
Masoretic Text, Septuagint, Dead Sea Scrolls, Textus Receptus, other New Testament manuscripts consulted
How many NIV versions are there?
Zondervan has released 20 editions of the new NIV including the Thinline Bible, Adventure Bible, Bloom Collection and several gift Bible editions.
What kind of text is used in the NIV Bible?
For the Old Testament the standard Hebrew text, the Masoretic Text, as published in the latest edition of Biblia Hebraica, has been used throughout. The NIV translators have sometimes used variants of the Hebrew Masoretic tradition or other ancient versions, where these seemed to provide a superior text than the Masoretic tradition.
When was the first edition of the NIV Bible published?
The NIV Bible was first published in 1973, with revisions published in 1978 and 1983. You can browse the NIV Bible verses by using the chapters listed below, or use our free Bible search feature at the top of this page. Special thanks to Zondervan and Biblica for permission to use the NIV, TNIV and the NIrV
Which is the best Bible for citing sources?
Kenneth L. Barker, gen. ed. 10th anniversary ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1995. Print. [in text parenthetical reference examples: (NIV Study Bible, notes on Ruth 1.16)] Peterson, Eugene H. The Message. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2002. Print. Zondervan NIV Study Bible: New International Version.
How to cite the New Oxford Annotated Bible?
The New Oxford Annotated Bible includes maps of the Holy Land. Works Cited Identify the core elements of the edition of the Bible you are using as you would for any source. Generally, your citation will start with the title of the Bible used rather than a particular translator or editor.