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American Standard Version (1901)

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Title:American Standard Version (1901)American Standard Version (1901)
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The American Standard Version of the Holy Bible, first published in 1901.


For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have eternal life.

—John 3:16


The Holy Bible, American Standard Version of 1901

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Spelling, capitalization, and punctuation were different when the ASV was published. This electronic edition is being conformed to a reference printed text, so the only typo reports we are interested in are those where the text does not match the printed text. For a modern English update of the American Standard Version, please see the World English Bible and its variants. This electronic edition aims to include the main text and only the most important footnotes (those which translate text that was omitted because the translators had some doubt about the reliability of the source at the time they did this translation).