The Navarre Bible: Saint John's Gospel (2020)

The Navarre Bible: Saint John's Gospel University of Navarra The Navarre Bible Saint John s Gospel Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition with Introduction and notes by theology staff of the University of Navarre Accompanied by New Vulgate d
  • Title: The Navarre Bible: Saint John's Gospel
  • Author: University of Navarra
  • ISBN: 9781851829033
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
The Navarre Bible: Saint John's Gospel University of Navarra Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition with Introduction and notes by theology staff of the University of Navarre Accompanied by New Vulgate d104.
The Navarre Bible: Saint John's Gospel University of Navarra

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  1. Jennifer

    I am slowly reading through the Gospel of St John with this wonderful Bible In the past, the fact that there are footnotes than scripture on each page has distracted me but now at this time in my life where I can only read a few paragraphs at a time without interruption, the breakdown of the pages now benefits me I can read scripture in small pieces with excellent commentary and ruminate on it throughout the day Works for me ETA I finally finished the slowest reading of this gospel in most like [...]

  2. Julie Davis

    The Navarre Bible Studies are great for the fact that they include so many comments from the Fathers of the Church, Catholic saints and popes and great thinkers, as well as including pertinent bits from the Catechism and other Church documents So they are thoroughly Catholic They can be inspirational but equally can be a bit dry which is why I like to read them alongside William Barclay s commentaries Barclay has the ancient info and inspirational feel which really makes scripture come alive whi [...]

  3. Robert Hill

    Even though my current spiritual practice is Buddhist, I have had an interest in reviewing the testimony and wisdom of the apostle John I read this version of the gospel of John, which is a very orthodox Christian version The text and commentary is written by the community of Opus Dei My interest has been fueled by my interest in those closest to Jesus I really like the poetic nature of this gospel I learned or re learned about the apostle John, a disciple and student very close to the Christ Hi [...]

  4. Edward

    The only reason I rated the Navarre edition of St John s Gospel less than five stars is because it relies in its exposition a little too much on the writings of St Josemar a Escriv , founder of Opus Dei This is understandable, given that Navarre University was also founded by Escriv For the most part, though, his commentary is rather pedestrian, falling well short of the standard set by Sts Chrysostom, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Theresa of vila, etc Still, this is an enlightening and informative [...]

  5. Skip Pletcher

    The scripture translation itself is yet another rendition of the gospel, but the annotations so deepen the experience Here, in simple paperback that fits so easily among the various items carried to and fro, rests a great adventure through centuries of saints and magisteria I read this very slowly, a little each day at lunch, feasting on Tradition and scripture together.

  6. Barron

    I really like this series of commentaries They are called The Navarre Bible, but there is no Bible text in them They are all commentaries on the various books of the Bible that they cover for example Luke, John, and Acts, the three that I own.I highly recommend this series of Bible commentaries I learn a lot from each one and will no doubt refer to them over and over again.

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