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- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Tab Name: ASV-1901
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American Standard Version of the Holy Bible (1901)
9.x - 10.x
The 1901 American Standard Version of the Holy Bible (ASV-1901): This e-Sword version of the ASV corrects the errors commonly found in the standard e-text versions of the ASV. This e-Sword module of the American Standard Version implements a great deal of formatting in an effort to create an onscreen text that very much resembles that of the printed editions of the ASV. This e-Sword version has all of the words of Christ in red lettering, and all New Testament references to the Old Testament are in bold type. I have also utilized [square brackets] instead of italics for words supplied by the translators. The 1901 American Standard Version of the Holy Bible is a public domain work and this e-text and e-Sword module of the ASV-1901 is hereby placed in the public domain.
This is my effort to create an error free electronic text of this great translation. Great care, a host of techniques, and thousands of hours have been put into this work to ensure its integrity; should you find any errors please private message me at my American Standard Version of the Holy Bible - 1901 Facebook page here: https://www.facebook...StandardVersion -- please include the book name, chapter, and verse, and a short description of the error. If you would like a plain text copy of this ASV text for other uses (printed editions, online uses, etc.) please feel free to contact me. Any and all suggestions to improve this e-text version of the ASV-1901 are very much welcome. - Watchman Jeff D. Huddleston.