The new Oxford annotated Bible with the Apocrypha: Revised standard version, containing the second edition of the New Testament and an expanded edition of the Apocrypha, Issue 43

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Oxford University Press, May 1, 1977 - Bibles - 1904 pages
People who enjoy reading the time-honored Revised Standard Version will appreciate the background materials accompanying its text in this highly regarded edition.
* Single-column annotations, located at page bottoms, are keyed to chapter and verse.
* 40-page, indexed section of 28 full color Oxford Bible Maps.
* Eight supplementary articles and charts address topics of literary, economic, and geographical interest.
* Introductions to each book of Scripture.
* Annotations (classic).
* Subject headings.

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The Editors Preface
The Names and Order of the Books of the Bible
Introduction to the Old Testament

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About the author (1977)

About the Editors:
Bruce M. Metzger is George L. Collord Professor Emeritus of New Testament Language and Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary. A recognised authority on the text of the New Testament, he was chairperson of the NRSV Bible Committee, which produced the New Revised Standard Version, and he was
co-editor (with Roland E. Murphy) of The New Oxford Annotated Bible.
Michael D. Coogan is Professor of Religious Studies at Stonehill College.

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