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If you mean the book and chapter are listed along with each verse, I doubt you'll find such a bible; at least I've never seen one.

These are some of the NIV versions listed at Amazon. The One Year bible is kinda neat. It gives you a daily reading in the OT, NT, Psalms and Proverbs. At the end of the year, you've read through the entire bible.



 

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Osnova publishes a number of bibles that have something they call 'direct verse jump'.  Basically they've developed a system of short hand for searching to get quickly to a specific verse.  As I recall it works pretty good, but I don't recall specifically what translations they've applied it to.  Probably only ones in the public domain.
 

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I believe Osnova just uses the free Biblical versions because he didn't want to make the investment into licenses to reproduce versions like NIV, NKJV, etc.
 

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kansaskyle said:
I believe Osnovo just uses the free Biblical versions because he didn't want to make the investment into licenses to reproduce versions like NIV, NKJV, etc.
Well, I know there was at least one translation that I asked about and they said the copyright holders would allow them to do a verse jump version. :-\
 

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Looks like Osnova (published under God Inspired) offers:

  • nine KJV
  • one YLT
  • two Douay-Rheims
  • one ASV
  • one NHEB
  • one Spanish version (not sure on translation)
  • one Polygot version (not sure on translation)

Click here for the full list of Bible versions Osnova offers and some additional study references.
 

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kansaskyle said:
Looks like Osnova (published under God Inspired) offers:

  • nine KJV
  • one YLT
  • two Douay-Rheims
  • one ASV
  • one NHEB
  • one Spanish version (not sure on translation)
  • one Polygot version (not sure on translation)

Click here for the full list of Bible versions Osnova offers and some additional study references.
I think they also have the NET bible which is an excellent translation from Dallas Theological Seminary and Bible.org
 

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Chad Winters said:
I think they also have the NET bible which is an excellent translation from Dallas Theological Seminary and Bible.org
That looks to be from a different publisher (Biblical Studies Press).
 

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kansaskyle said:
That looks to be from a different publisher (Biblical Studies Press).
"Book Description
Publication Date: October 30, 2009
The NET Bible is a modern English version, with 60,932 footnotes that help explain the translation. It's an entirely new way of looking at translation, that the translators themselves justify the words they choose and provide bibliographic, linguistic and textual support for those words.
This is a premium version for the Kindle with all of the 60,932 footnotes. The content conversion for the eBook version in the mobi/azw format is done by OSNOVA ([email protected])."
 
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