The New Oxford Annotated Bible-Loose-Leaf Format

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Hendrickson Publishers, 2007 - Bibles - 2432 pages
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Students, professors and general readers alike rely on the "New Oxford Annotated Bible" for its outstanding scholarship and trustworthy guidance to the world of the Bible. Now this excellent resource is available in study-friendly loose-leaf format. Featuring the full content of the standard study Bible with the added flexibility of loose-leaf, it also includes wide margins that offer ample room for making notes.

FEATURES
Complete NRSV text with the Apocrypha
Contributors from a wide range of traditions and backgrounds
Book introductions and annotations offer helpful explanations, background, and insights.
Essays on the major divisions of the biblical text and the formation of the biblical canon
Explanations of the Bible s historical background provide guidance through the ancient Near Eastern context
Clarifies the varieties of biblical criticism with guidance to developments in scholarly research
A timeline of major events in the ancient Near East
A history of biblical interpretation, from biblical times to the present
Authoritative, full-color New Oxford Bible Maps with place name index
In-text maps and diagrams
Concordance
Full index of the study material
Wide margins offer lots of room for notes
Clear 10-point type for ease of reading
Durable 8.5 x 11 inch pages (fit any standard 3- or 5-ring binder)"

 

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Contents

the pentateuch
3
2 Esdras Mark E Biddle Jeremiah Letter ofJeremiah Baruch
v
Introduction 3
vii
Introduction 969
viii
The ApocryphalDeuterocanonical Books
xiv
b Books in the Greek and Slavonic Bibles not in the Roman Catholic Canon
1
c In the Slavonic Bible and in the Latin Vulgate Appendix
viii
Alphabetical Listing of the ApocryphalDeuterocanonical Books ix
ix
The Editors Preface xv
xv
The Persian and Hellenistic Periods xxii
xxii
Calendar xxix
xxix
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