Revised English Bible

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The Revised English Bible is a 1989 revision of the New English Bible, which was at the time of its publication (1970 for the complete Bible, 1961 for the New Testament) a popular Bible translation in England. The major differences between the Revised English Bible and the New English Bible are: The Revised English Bible uses "gender-neutral" language, while the New English Bible does not; and the Revised English Bible changed some idiosyncratic translations used in the NEB to the more common usage.