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Question 1: It is a revision of the 1971 edition of the ________[1].
Bible translationsEnglish Standard VersionAuthorized King James VersionRevised Standard Version

Question 2: An edition of the ESV with Apocrypha (featuring books from the Protestant Apocrypha, and the deuterocanonical books of the Roman Catholic and ________ Old Testament) was developed by Oxford University Press and published in January, 2009.
Orthodox ChurchChristianityEastern ChristianityEast–West Schism

Question 3: Examples of other translations that stand in this stream are the Revised Version (1881–85), the ________ (1901), and the Revised Standard Version (1946–1971).
Authorized King James VersionAmerican Standard VersionDouay-Rheims BibleNew King James Version

Question 4: Work on this translation began over the perceived looseness of style and content of recently published English ________.
New TestamentOld TestamentBible translationsBiblical apocrypha

Question 5: The general editor is Wayne Grudem, and features ESV editor ________ as theological editor[2].
EnglandAlister McGrathJ. I. PackerCharles Colson

Question 6: It uses the ESV translation and adds extensive notes and articles based on ________ Christian scholarship.
EvangelicalismEcumenismChristianityProtestant Reformation

Question 7: The result is a translation that is more literal than the popular ________, but more idiomatic than the New American Standard Bible.
New International VersionToday's New International VersionEnglish Standard VersionRevised Standard Version

Question 8: The ________ has adopted the ESV as the official text used in its official hymnal Lutheran Service Book, released in August 2006.
High Church LutheranismLutheranismWisconsin Evangelical Lutheran SynodLutheran Church–Missouri Synod

Question 9: There are also anglicized editions of the ESV available from HarperCollins UK, which modify the text slightly for consistency with ________ and grammar.
British EnglishAmerican and British English spelling differencesAmerican and British English differencesAmerican English

Question 10: Mark L. Strauss has defended gender-inclusive language in Bible translations like the TNIV, NLT and ________, and is a member of the TNIV Committee on Bible Translations[7].
Revised Standard VersionNew American Standard BibleEnglish Standard VersionNew Revised Standard Version







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