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The Navarre Bible: New Testament: Standard Edition
Text and Commentaries
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This twelve-volume in its Standard Edition consists of Revised Standard Version Catholic edition, New Vulgate Latin and Commentaries and Introductions by the editor. The commentaries provide explanations of the doctrinal and practical meaning of the scriptural text, drawing on a rich variety of sources, Church documents, the exegesis of Fathers and Doctors, and the works of prominent spiritual writers, particularly St Josemaria Escriva, who initiated the Navarre Bible project.
 

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The Navarre Bible: New Testament Compact edition
 

THIS EDITION IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT

This volume contains the entire New Testament (RSV Catholic Edition) with short introductions to each of the four Gospels, Acts, Letters and Revelation. It is called a 'compact' edition because it runs to 756 pages as distinct from the 2400 pages in the Standard Edition of the Navarre Bible (New Testament in twelve volumes).
This Bible's distinguishing feature is its notes/commentaries. In this volume they occupy about the same amount of space as the Biblical text. These notes try to provide doctrinal and ascetical explanations that flow from the biblical text itself and that are in line with the Church's understanding of it.
A thematic index is included at the end of the volume.

The Navarre Bible:Gospel and Acts: Reader's Edition
This volume contains the four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles.

This Bible's distinguishing feature is its notes/commentaries. These notes try to provide doctrinal and ascetical explanations that flow from the biblical text itself and that are in line with the Church's understanding of it.

The Navarre Bible: The Letters of St Paul: Reader's Edition

This book, a companion volume to Gospels and Acts, is an omnibus edition comprising four titles in the Navarre Bible New Testament. These are: Romans and Galatians, Corinthians, Captivity Letters (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians and Philemon), and Thessalonians and Pastoral Letters all the texts directly attributed to St Paul. The Navarre Bible Reader's Edition contains the full biblical text in the Revised Standard Version with notes or commentaries provided by members of Navarre University's theology faculty. The commentaries seek to explain the doctrinal and practical meaning of the scriptural text, drawing on a rich variety of sources Church documents, the exegesis of Fathers and Doctors, and the works of prominent spiritual writers, including Saint Josemaria Escriva, who initiated the Navarre Bible project.