Catholic New American Bible Revised Edition - Various Authors

Catholic New American Bible Revised Edition

By Various Authors

  • Release Date: 2013-01-03
  • Genre: Bibles
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Description

Updated July 2018 with the latest NABRE text corrections from USCCB.

This ebook version of the New American Bible Revised Edition has been reviewed and approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Consider viewing the sample before purchasing. This ebook is the current official version of the Catholic Bible.

Released on March 9, 2011, the New American Bible, Revised Edition (NABRE) is the culmination of nearly 20 years of work by a group of nearly 100 scholars and theologians, including bishops, revisers and editors. The NABRE includes a newly revised translation of the entire Old Testament (including the Book of Psalms) along with the 1986 edition of the New Testament.

Table of Contents

New American Bible Revised Edition
Preface to the Revised New American Bible Old Testament

THE PENTATEUCH Introduction

• The Book of Genesis
• The Book of Exodus
• The Book of Leviticus
• The Book of Numbers
• The Book of Deuteronomy

THE HISTORICAL BOOKS Introduction

• The Book of Joshua
• The Book of Judges
• The Book of Ruth
• The First Book of Samuel
• The Second Book of Samuel
• The First Book of Kings
• The Second Book of Kings
• The First Book of Chronicles
• The Second Book of Chronicles
• The Book of Ezra
• The Book of Nehemiah

BIBLICAL NOVELLAS Introduction

• The Book of Tobit
• The Book of Judith
• The Book of Esther
• The First Book of Maccabees
• The Second Book of Maccabees

THE WISDOM BOOKS Introducti on

• The Book of Job
• The Book of Psalms
• The Book of Proverbs
• The Book of Ecclesiastes
• The Song of Songs
• The Book of Wisdom
• The Wisdom of Ben Sira

THE PROPHETIC BOOKS Introduction

• The Book of Isaiah
• The Book of Jeremiah
• The Book of Lamentations
• The Book of Baruch
• The Book of Ezekiel
• The Book of Daniel
• The Book of Hosea
• The Book of Joel
• The Book of Amos
• The Book of Obadiah
• The Book of Jonah
• The Book of Micah
• The Book of Nahum
• The Book of Habakkuk
• The Book of Zephaniah
• The Book of Haggai
• The Book of Zechariah
• The Book of Malachi

Preface to the New American Bible New Testament
THE GOSPELS Introduction

• The Gospel according to Matthew
• The Gospel according to Mark
• The Gospel according to Luke
• The Gospel according to John

The Acts of the Apostles
THE NEW TESTAMENT LETTERS Introduction

• The Letter to the Romans
• The First Letter to the Corinthians
• The Second Letter to the Corinthians
• The Letter to the Galatians
• The Letter to the Ephesians
• The Letter to the Philippians
• The Letter to the Colossians
• The First Letter to the Thessalonians
• The Second Letter to the Thessalonians
• The First Letter to Timothy
• The Second Letter to Timothy
• The Letter to Titus
• The Letter to Philemon
• The Letter to the Hebrews

THE CATHOLIC LETTERS Introduction

• The Letter of James
• The First Letter of Peter
• The Second Letter of Peter
• The First Letter of John
• The Second Let ter of John
• The Third Letter of John
• The Letter of Jude

The Book of Revelation

Reviews

  • Excellent Version: readable & cross-linked

    5
    By TunaFish#5
    The text is crisply written, without archaic expressions used in “traditional” English Bibles, and incorporating the oldest sources available (for example, findings from the Dead Sea scrolls.) It is very well footnoted, to explain obscure or unclear bits in the text, and even to identify where authorities are uncertain about a translated term (typically from rarely used ancient expressions in the Old Testament.). It also presents certain passages in [square brackets] to identify text that varies in the most ancient editions, or which was determined to be a later addition to the original text. Further, I think non-Catholics don’t need to worry about editorial comments laced with Catholic doctrines. Any such bits are rare, if they are present at all. I once spot-checked this version against my wife’s Protestant version (NSV?) and found the 2 nearly identical. Given this observation, I would recommend this version over that to Everyone, for 2 reasons: (1) NABRE has much better footnotes & cross-references, and (2) Catholic Bibles are always a better value since you get more books per dollar! (Protestant Bibles omit those books they deem apocrypha.)
  • Wow

    4
    By Jerome4044
    Wow way to kill off the main character!
  • It is relavant

    1
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    5
    By Coach-Alex
    Downloads and opens easily without errors.
  • The device version is the thing...

    5
    By BooRadley77
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    2
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    5
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    just no
  • Thank you

    5
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