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The Navarre Bible is a biblical text compilation by Catholic professors of theology at the University of Navarre, initiated by the university founder Saint Josemaria Escriva. [1] The Navarre Bible's English translation uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) published with ecclesiastical approval. In addition to English, Latin side-by-side and a most impressive notes and commentary section for each translation. This helps to explain the doctrinal and practical meaning of the scriptural text.

Benefits of the Navarre Bible

  • None of the awkward gender-neutral language of some modern translations. [2]
  • Commentaries include Church documents, the writings of the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, and the work of prominent spiritual writers.

Books

  • The Navarre Bible - The Pentateuch
  • The Navarre Bible - Joshua-Kings
  • The Navarre Bible - Chronicles to Maccabees
  • The Navarre Bible - Wisdom Books
  • The Navarre Bible - Psalms and Song of Solomon
  • The Navarre Bible - Major Prophets
  • The Navarre Bible - Minor Prophets
  • The Navarre Bible - St. Matthew
  • The Navarre Bible - St. Mark
  • The Navarre Bible - St. Luke
  • The Navarre Bible - St. John
  • The Navarre Bible - Acts of the Apostles
  • The Navarre Bible - Romans and Galatians
  • The Navarre Bible - Corinthians
  • The Navarre Bible - Captivity Letters
  • The Navarre Bible - Thessalonians
  • The Navarre Bible - Hebrews
  • The Navarre Bible - Catholic Letters
  • The Navarre Bible - Revelation

Reference

  1. The Navarre Bible New Testament - Complete Set, GetFed.com
  2. Navarre Bible, Inhisname.com

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