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  • New Oxford Annotated Bible (Bible Texts)

    New Revised Standard Version [NRSV] with Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books

    Edited by an ecumenical team of scholars, this Augmented Third Edition continues to offer an extensive compendium of tools for close reading of the NRSV with updated and expanded running annotations and commentary, introductions, topical essays, and other support content.

  • The Oxford Study Bible (Bible Texts)

    Revised English Bible with Apocrypha [REB]

    Scholars from Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant backgrounds have updated the New English Bible to create a study bible for the REB. The translation is supported by completely revised textual annotations and twenty-two signed articles discussing the structure and literary forms, overall historical context, and cultures that helped shape the evolution of the Bible.

  • The Jewish Study Bible (Bible Texts)

    TANAKH Translation

    A committee of nearly 40 biblical scholars and rabbis from Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism movements produced this modern translation, which is faithful to the original text. Centered in the Torah, this bible offers the fruits of various schools of Jewish traditions of biblical exegesis and provides a wide range of ancillary materials for study of the text.

  • The Catholic Study Bible (Bible Texts)

    New American Bible [NAB] with Apocrypha

    The second edition of this landmark resource includes rewritten study notes, new and expanded essays, and sidebars on special topics in the study materials and biblical text. The extensive Reading Guide leads readers through each of the Scriptures, with references in the biblical text linking to specific areas in the Reading Guide to ease retrieval of information.

  • The Access Bible (Bible Texts)

    New Revised Standard Version [NRSV] with Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books

    Designed for users from a wide spectrum of perspectives, this bible features running commentary and background information on history, social contexts, religious practices, and the beliefs of ancient peoples in terms which everyday readers can easily understand.

  • Oxford World’s Classics The Bible: Authorized King James Version (Bible Texts)

    King James Version [KJV] with Apocrypha

    This edition of the most influential of all English biblical texts includes the full Authorized King James Version and Apocrypha. The introduction and up-to-date scholarly notes to each book encompass literary, textual, and theological issues as they illustrate the influence of this Bible on the literature, art and general culture of the English-speaking world.

  • The Apocryphal Old Testament (Bible Texts)

    The translations here include the more important non-canonical Old Testament books such as Jubilees, the Odes of Solomon, and the Apocalypse of Elijah, with introductions and brief bibliographies. The accessible approach of this collection makes it suitable for general readers as well as students.

  • The Apocryphal New Testament (Bible Texts)

    Editor J.K. Elliott brings together modern English translations of the most important or famous of the Christian apocrypha, and a small sample of Gnostic writings ranging across the earliest available texts, fragments and some derivative apocrypha. The introductions and bibliographies that preface the texts offer a guide for readers who wish to consult critical editions and pursue further research.

  • The Oxford Bible Commentary (Bible Texts)

    Based on NRSV with Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books

    A line-by-line critical commentary on the Bible, covering all the books that appear in the New Revised Standard Version provides users with a general introduction to the books of the Bible as well as an in-depth reading of the text. Each article includes a bibliography that points the reader toward the most important supplemental works in English for further research.

  • Concise Concordance to NRSV (Bible Texts)

    This selective concordance provides an alphabetical index for most prominent words found in the 84 books of the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible. The CCNRSV indexes the Bible through traditional concordance entries, phrase indexes, and capsule biographies.

  • New American Bible Concise Concordance (Bible Texts)

    This source provides a useful index for the most prominent words used in the 73 books of the New American Bible, the standard translation for use in the Catholic Church in the United States. Arranged alphabetically, the concordance provides the book, chapter, verse location, and several words of the context for each prominent word.

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