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The Navarre Bible: New Testament

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This is the revised edition of the Navarre NT commentary, featuring some newer commentary, including references to the CCC. However, some older annotations have been removed or consolidated. If you are looking for the original multi-volume set, it’s available here.

Logos is proud to present the Navarre Bible: New Testament. The distinguishing feature of this New Testament volume is its commentary on the biblical text. Compiled by members of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Navarre, it draws on writings of the Fathers, texts of the Magisterium of the Church, and works of spiritual writers, including St. Josemaría Escrivá; it was he who originally entrusted the faculty at Navarre with the project of making a translation of the Bible and adding to it a commentary of the type found here. The commentary, with its introductions, is designed to explain the biblical text and identify its main points—the message God wants to get across through the sacred writers. It also deals with doctrinal and practical matters connected with the text. This book is the first edition of a Navarre New Testament to offer a commentary making use of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Scholarly yet readable, the Navarre Bible: New Testament offers a comprehensive intellectual, historical, and spiritual survey of the riches of the New Testament. In the Logos edition, each Scripture passage links to your favorite translation, and the Navarre Bible is easy to study side-by-side with your other commentaries. You can search by topic or Scripture passage with lightning-fast results.

This resource does not include the Bible texts. The print edition cites the RSVCE and the Nova Vulgata, each available separately, or in select Verbum packages.

  • Extensive New Testament commentary—all in one volume
  • Commentary drawing on a variety of sources: Church documents, writings of the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, and more

Top Highlights

“His first apostolic contact with Gentiles did not take place until much later,” (Page 553)

“Our responsibility is great, because to be Christ’s witness implies first of all that we should try to behave according to his doctrine, that we should struggle to make our actions remind others of Jesus and his most lovable personality’ (St Josemaría Escrivá, Christ Is Passing By, 122).” (Page 456)

“earliest New Testament letter is, possibly, a letter of St Paul’s, the First Letter to the Thessalonians,” (Page 553)

“By speaking as he does, the devil is telling the truth, but Jesus does not accept the testimony of this ‘father of lies’ (see Jn 8:44). The devil sometimes utters true things in order to disguise error and to sow confusion. By telling the demon to be quiet, Jesus shows that we need to be prudent and not let ourselves be deceived by half-truths. ‘He commanded the demons to be silent […] because he did not want the truth to be spoken from their unclean mouths, nor to allow them to insinuate the evil of their will into the hearts of men’” (Page 263)

“Any Jew who entered a Gentile’s residence contracted legal impurity” (Page 72)

A handsomely produced edition . . . the book every Catholic should read.

The Catholic Herald

  • Title: The Navarre Bible: New Testament
  • Authors: Faculty of the University of Navarre
  • Publisher: Four Courts Press
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 1,200


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  1. SophiaNixon



    The compact really is for those who do not want as much commentary...the new Expanded NT is leagues better...
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  7. Joseph Valentine
    Reading the New Testament with this commentary alongside is a blessed experience.
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