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eBook A New Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture ePub

by Reginald C. Fuller

  • ISBN: 0171220102
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Reginald C. Fuller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nelson; Rev. and updated edition (1975)
  • Pages: 1363
  • ePub book: 1663 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 970


Cardinal Alber. aperback. A very thorough and detailed examination of Holy Scripture. It helps to bring what can be obscure and difficult text to life and sheds clarity and understanding upon the scripture.

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London: Nelson, Lt. 1969. "Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei verbum". Retrieved 2015-01-21.

Fuller, Reginald C. Published by Thomas Nelson Inc (1984). ISBN 10: 084075017X ISBN 13: 9780840750174. Reprint reproduction from the publication of the successors .

Reginald C. Fuller, gen. e. Leonard Johnston, Old Testament e. Conleth Kearns, New Testament e. with a Foreword by the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster. London, Nashville, Nelson, 1969.

Because of this, it is an invaluable resource for pastoral ministers.

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GarcHa Martinez, Florentino, (trans. The Dead Sea Scrolls Translated, trans. Wilfred G. Watson, Leiden, 1994. Gorman, Peter, Pythagoras. A Life, London, 1979. Orpheus and Greek Religion, Princeton (. Halevi, Z'evben Shimon, The Way of Kabbalah, London, 1976. Hardie, Colin, The Crater of Avernus as a Cult-Site, Appendix to P. Vergili Maronis, Aeneidos, Liber Sextus, Oxford, 1977, pp. 279–286. Hasler, August Bernhard, How the Pope became infallible, trans. Peter Heinegg, New York, 1981.

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Unh Unh
An old commentary that I used to rely upon in the past, I re-discovered it from a very efficient and meticulous Amazon seller and have it once again in my library. The scholarship is thorough but eminently accessible, and remains as fresh as can be expected, given that there have been very few truly earth-shattering breakthroughs in Biblical scholarship/criticism since the time this commentary's original publication. For a one-volume compendium, the caliber of the scholarly contributions remains uniformly quite impressive and of unquestionable contemporary value. Just as worthwhile are the many additional study articles centering upon such specific subjects as 'Mary in the Scriptures,' 'Religious Life in the Ancient Roman Empire,' etc. etc. No extensive Catholic or Orthodox library should be without this excellent reference work, and I daresay no non-fundamentalist Protestant library should be without it, either.
Grillador Grillador
Exactly as expected. A very thorough and detailed examination of Holy Scripture. It helps to bring what can be obscure and difficult text to life and sheds clarity and understanding upon the scripture.
Xtintisha Xtintisha
This book was almost a fluke purchase. It is one of the best books I've ever bought. I use it all the time along with my Bible. It's got not just commentary, but also thoughts that the Church Fathers (and other theologians) had about the passages. I would recommend this for any Christian.
Opimath Opimath
This commentary, though being a little bit dated, I have found to be a great resource. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a solid commentary that strives to be faithful to Holy Mother Church. It is definitely worth it.
In Christ,
Peter Rowe
Sermak Light Sermak Light
Very small print
Androwyn Androwyn
I've had this book near my bedside for about twenty years now. I would highly recommend it to anyone wishing to get beyond the surface of the biblical texts. The commentaries are written by some of the greatest biblical exegetes in the world, such as Raymond Brown. Although, everything is generally written from a Catholic perspective (especially in matters of doctrine), even non-Catholics might find it illuminating when it comes to interpretation. The book also includes sections on the history of certain time periods, such as The Jewish World in intra-testamental times. The print is very small, however, because there is so much information.
Nalmetus Nalmetus