The New Jerusalem Bible: Standard Edition

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Henry Wansbrough
Doubleday, 1999 - Bibles - 1406 pages
The New Jerusalem Bible: Standard Edition will satisfy the great need for an authoritative version of "the greatest story ever told" in a package so attractive, user friendly, and affordable, this edition is destined to become a classic. Using the same translation that has been hailed as "truly magnificent" (Journal of Bible Literature), the Standard Edition has a completely redesigned interior, set in a two-column format for easy reading. With all the best features of much more cumbersome and costly versions, this Bible is a must-have for home, church, and school.

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It should be noted that there are not a great many editions of the NJB available. That being said, there is really nothing wrong with this one. The bonded leather looks good and is somewhat flexible ... Read full review

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Very Good Bible for reference and study! I do with that is was a red letter edition though. Read full review

Contents

Lev1t1cus Lv
51
The Book of Joshua Jos
206
The Book of Judges Jg
232
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About the author (1999)

The Very Reverend Dom Henry Wansbrough, is an English biblical scholar and a monk of Ampleforth Abbey, England. Dom Henry is Cathedral Prior of Norwich, Magister Scholarum of the English Benedictine Congregation, Member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, Chairman of the Trustees of the Catholic Biblical Association, and Emeritus Member of the Faculty of Theology in the University of Oxford. He is Alexander Jones Professor of Biblical Studies within the Department of Theology, Philosophy and Religious studies at Liverpool Hope University. He has written twenty books, and over sixty articles He produces the "Wednesday Word" a not-for-profit collaborative Charitable Trust based at St Austin's Catholic Church

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