New International Reader's Version (NIrV)

For sample verses from the New International Reader's Version, click here

New Testament - 1995

An article about the NIrV New Testament appeared in the December 10, 1995 issue of The Nevada Daily Mail; it may be found here.

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Title: NIrV New International Reader's Version - New Testament
Date: 1995
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing House: Grand Rapids
Contents: New Testament
References: Taliaferro CN00066, Taliaferro-EELBV 8470.100.
Images: Cover, Title page

Complete Bible - 1996

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Title: NIrV Kids' Devotional Bible New International Reader's Version
Date: 1996
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing House: Grand Rapids
Contents: Bible
References: Taliaferro CN00066, Taliaferro-EELBV 8470.110.
Images: Cover, Title page

Revised Editions

1998

After the controversy over the New International Version - Inclusive Language Edition, the publishers of the New International Reader's Version (NIrV) agreed to revise the NIrV to bring it into line with the treatment of gender in the New International Version.

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Title: Holy Bible, New International Reader's Version
Date: 1998
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing House: Grand Rapids
Contents: Bible
References: Taliaferro CN00066, Taliaferro-EELBV 8470.120.
Images: Title page

2014

The 2014 revision of the NIrV incorporates changes made to the New International Version in recent years.

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Title: New International Reader's Version NIrV Holy Bible
Date: 2014
Publisher: Zondervan: Grand Rapids
ISBN: 9780310744115
Contents: Bible
References: See Taliaferro-EELBV 8470, Bradford Taliaferro's The Bible Hunter blog, October 5, 2014.
Location: Personal library, Havelock, North Carolina, USA
Images: Cover, Title page, Back cover
Comments: Besides the text and various helps, the Bible contains glossy inserts that depict various virtues and Bible verses alongside drawings of the Berenstain Bears. The Berenstain Bears are an adventurous family of bears that live in a tree house. They have been the subject of various children's books since the early 1960s.


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