The Whosoever New Testament is for whosoever may read the testimony of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, Peter, and others, about Jesus of Nazareth. The Whosoever New Testament employs the wonderful word, whosoever, throughout the text. Dropped by most “modern” English language translations in favor of a more contemporary idiom, the incredible inclusive nature of the term is lost to the eyes and ears, hearts and minds of whosoever reads the good news about the Jesus. No other expression means “me too,” quite like a good, old-fashioned whosoever: “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16 Taken and adapted from The Holy Bible American Standard Edition, The Whosoever New Testament is presented in a single column format. It is laid out like a regular book, to help whosoever wants to just sit back and read the good news. Chapter and verse numbers are kept in place to assist with quickly finding a specific passage, or for comparing with another translation. The Whosoever New Testament seeks to preserve the solid foundation of the ASV’s word-for-word rendering of the witness to Jesus Christ set down by the original authors.