Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition

Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition

Harper Bibles

Language: English

Pages: 2627

ISBN: 2:00132143

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The New Revised Standard Version was translated by the Division of Christian Education (now Bible Translation and Utilization) of the National Council of Churches and released in 1989. There was Jewish representation in the group responsible for the Old Testament.

This translation is meant to replace the Revised Standard Version, and to identify it in context with the many other English language translations available today. It is called the New Revised Standard Version because it is a revision of the Revised Standard Version of 1952. The New Revised Standard Version is recognized in scholarly circles as the most accurate translation into English of the original Hebrew and Greek texts and is the most commonly used translation by the global Catholic Church.

This special Catholic edition includes:

* The Catholic Scriptures with inclusive language

* Imprimatur

* Anglicized text

* Introductory materials for every book

* Timeline of Catholic Church and world history

* Concordance to help readers find specific words and passages

* Sixteen page map section

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beeroth, and Kiriath-jearim. 18 But the Israelites did not attack them, because the leaders of the congregation had sworn to them by the LORD, the God of Israel. Then all the congregation murmured against the leaders. 19 But all the leaders said to all the congregation, “We have sworn to them by the LORD, the God of Israel, and now we must not touch them. 20 This is what we will do to them: We will let them live, so that wrath may not come upon us, because of the oath that we swore to them.” 21

[1] Heb that The Bow [2] Meaning of Heb uncertain [3] Gk Compare 1 Chr 8.33; 9.39: Heb Ish-bosheth, “man of shame” [4] Gk Compare 1 Chr 8.33; 9.39: Heb Ish-bosheth, “man of shame” [5] Gk Compare 1 Chr 8.33; 9.39: Heb Ish-bosheth, “man of shame” [6] Gk Compare 1 Chr 8.33; 9.39: Heb Ish-bosheth, “man of shame” [7] That is Field of Sword-edges [8] Meaning of Heb uncertain [9] Heb And he [10] Gk Compare 1 Chr 8.33; 9.39: Heb Ish-bosheth, “man of shame” [11] Heb And he [12] Gk: Heb where

struck the king of Israel between the scale armor and the breastplate; so he said to the driver of his chariot, “Turn around, and carry me out of the battle, for I am wounded.” 35 The battle grew hot that day, and the king was propped up in his chariot facing the Arameans, until at evening he died; the blood from the wound had flowed into the bottom of the chariot. 36 Then about sunset a shout went through the army, “Every man to his city, and every man to his country!” 37 So the king died, and

Israel, “If it seems good to you, and if it is the will of the LORD our God, let us send abroad to our kindred who remain in all the land of Israel, including the priests and Levites in the cities that have pasture lands, that they may come together to us. 3 Then let us bring again the ark of our God to us; for we did not turn to it in the days of Saul.” 4 The whole assembly agreed to do so, for the thing pleased all the people. 5 So David assembled all Israel from the Shihor of Egypt to

evidence; restitution shall not be made for the mangled remains. 14 When someone borrows an animal from another and it is injured or dies, the owner not being present, full restitution shall be made. 15 If the owner was present, there shall be no restitution; if it was hired, only the hiring fee is due. Social and Religious Laws 16 When a man seduces a virgin who is not engaged to be married, and lies with her, he shall give the bride-price for her and make her his wife. 17 But if her father

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