The Navarre Bible: New Testament
Four Courts, Scepter 2008
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.
- 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
Praise for the Print Edition
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