The New Revised Standard Version is an ecumenical translation of the Bible, produced with the involvement of Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Protestant and Jewish scholars. Launched in 1989, it is also one of the most accurate and authoritative translations of the Bible available.
Cambridge's NRSV Reference Edition includes the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books. It also offers the comprehensive cross-references that serious readers require, a full glossary, and fifteen maps. The Bible pages have gilt edges and are bound in handsome French Morocco leather with two ribbon markers and a presentation page.