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I've got a Palm device with Olive Tree software's Bible Reader on it, and I'm looking for the 1977 version of the New American Standard Bible. Olive Tree doesn't offer it anymore (they only sell the 1995 version), but if someone has a copy of the 1977 that they'd be willing to part with, I'd pay $30 for it. (Or, if you know where I might find it).
-- Jeff Delanty (email@example.com), November 04, 2002
you could try http://www.christian-software.com/addtl_trans_palm.html
-- Discount Christian Software (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 04, 2002.
The Lockman Foundation hasn't licensed the "old" NASB to any electronic publishers since the new version came out seven years ago in 1995. Some companies that were around back then, like Logos and Parsons/Findex, might still have a license to sell the old version, but newer companies like OliveTree and us here at Laridian do not.
The best solution is to make the switch. You can't get these old Bibles in print anymore. Everyone's using the new one.
-- Craig Rairdin (email@example.com), December 24, 2002.