Why the RVIC [Revised Version Improved and Corrected] Bible?
To achieve the best Bible translation, it is generally best to start with a very good translation and improve it. Since the good Revised Versions (British 1885, American 1901) were published, hundreds of New Testament Greek manuscripts have been published, as well as the Old Testament Dead Sea Scrolls. Based on these manuscripts corrections have been made in the RVIC, with the evidence summarized in footnotes.
The Preface and Appendix 1 present information which will help readers determine their level of confidence at a glance. Appendices 2 and 3 explain translation, Old Testament chronologies and the relative accuracy of dozens of other English translations.
Interpretation is excluded from footnotes (except for the historical notes suggested in the book of Daniel). We believe this is the most accurate translation currently available, while still retaining much of the familiar wording of the KJV (King James Version) and the RV (Revised Version).
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I like the translation its amazing and a lot of work went into it. It has a beautiful cover and gold pages. However I must say this bible is massive. It’s not practical to carry. It’s more of one you’ll keep on your desk at home. I think a hand size one would be great.
Lori Ann –
Great study Bible; I’m ordering one for my dad as Christian gift of love ❤️
This is a great study tool to find the accurate translation for any scripture. The footnotes with manuscript evidence inspire confidence in the translation, and help to have a deeper understanding of God’s word.
Todd Alexander –
A wonderful Bible! Especially powerful for readers who love the many helpful translation notes. This Bible uses the very latest and best Bible manuscripts.
Incredible Bible. Covers every aspect imaginable, including history, archeology, explanations of translations, maps, etc. I use it constantly. I continue to use other Bibles, but always refer back to the RVIC for accuracy. God bless those who contributed to its compilation and distribution.