Gender-Inclusive Language in Bible Translation

One of the last bastions of literal translation philosophy, the New American Standard Bible, has given into the gender-inclusive translation philosophy.

NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE (NASB 1995/2020): The 1995 edition was very literal. For example, the NASB Translates “brothers” or “brethren,” to “brothers and sisters.” In another example, the NASB has gender-inclusive changes to the word “man” in Romans 2:1-11 and Micah 6:8.

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