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We, too, had been using the CEV for more than a decade and have recently gone to the Common English Bible -- Deep Blue. We made the change because Deep Blue has very few pages that are ALL print. There are lots of Call Outs, Questions, Comments, Special Icons for particular kinds of inquiries. We've only been using it this year so it's early days yet, but so far we're pleased with the change.

Update: The Deep Blue Bible (CEV) has come out in a couple of different formats. Try to avoid the one that used blue ink as it is harder for older eyes to read!  It's available thru Cokesbury.

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