New american bible pdf

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  1. New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE) - Version Information - simpwaperlacal.cf
  2. PREFACE TO THE REVISED NEW AMERICAN BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT
  3. New American Bible Revised Edition
  4. New American Bible + Topics

The New American Bible (NAB) is a Bible translation first published in text, known as the "New American Bible, revised edition" or “NABRE,” includes. THE NEW AMERICAN BIBLE See also: Credits. IntraText CT is the hypertextualized text together with wordlists and concordances. Help: Overview. Archbishop O'Hara's initiative resulted in the formation of the Catholic Biblical Association, whose principal activity in its early years was this work of revision and.

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New American Bible Pdf

Bible - New American Bible, Revised Edition. of the entire Old Testament ( including the Book of Psalms) along with the edition of the New Testament. PREFACE TO THE REVISED NEW AMERICAN BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT. The first step in the genesis of the New American Bible was taken in when His. NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE (NASB or NASV). In the American Standard Version was produced by American Protestants who reworked the.

He wrote: This can be done all the more easily and fruitfully if to the knowledge of languages be joined a real skill in literary criticism of the same text. The completed books of the Old Testament were initially published, as they became available, in four volumes: In producing the new volume certain changes were made from the original four volumes: New translations and revision of existing translations are required from time to time for various reasons. For example, it is important to keep pace with the discovery and publication of new and better ancient manuscripts e. There are advances in linguistics of the biblical languages which make possible a better understanding and more accurate translation of the original languages. And there are changes and developments in vocabulary and the cultural background of the receptor language. Other changes are less obvious but are nevertheless present. First, there must be a deep knowledge of the language and the cultural world at the point of origin. Next, there must be a good familiarity with the language and cultural context at the point where the work will arrive. From an address to the United Bible Societies, November 26, This new edition is a thorough revision of the already excellent New American Bible Old Testament of Work on most books of the Old Testament, begun in and completed in , was done by forty revisers and a board of eight editors. The revision of the Psalter, the work of thirty revisers and six editors, was further revised by seven revisers and two editors between and

This edition has also been consulted. When variant readings occur, the translation, with few exceptions, follows the reading that was placed in the text of these Greek editions, though the occurrence of the principal variants is pointed out in the notes. Insofar as possible, the translation of such Old Testament citations agrees with that of The New American Bible Old Testament whenever the underlying Greek agrees with the Hebrew or, in some cases, the Aramaic or Greek text from which the Old Testament translation was made.

But citations in the New Testament frequently follow the Septuagint or some other version, or were made from memory, hence, in many cases the translation in the New Testament passage will not agree with what appears in the Old Testament. Some of these cases are explained in the notes. Other source details, such as Codex Sinaiticus , are as described below: "Where the Old Testament translation supposes the received text —Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek, as the case may be—ordinarily contained in the best-known editions, as the original or the oldest extant form, no additional remarks are necessary.

Where the translators have departed from those received texts, e. Additional information on the textual tradition for some books may be found in the introduction to the book in the same Textual Notes. Fragments of the lost Book of Tobit in Aramaic and in Hebrew, recovered from Cave 4 of Qumran, are in substantial agreement with the Sinaiticus Greek recension used for the translation of this book. The lost original Hebrew text of 1 Maccabees is replaced by its oldest extant form in Greek.

Judith , 2 Maccabees , and parts of Esther are also translated from the Greek. Justin Krellner, O. Joseph L. Lilly, C. Roderick F.

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New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE) - Version Information - simpwaperlacal.cf

Stapleton, S. Waters, D. Romeo Blanchette, D. Christopher J. Weldon, D. Editors in Chief Rev. Louis F. Hartman, C. Patrick W. Skehan, S. Stephen J. Hartdegen, O.

Edward P. Arbez, S. Edward J. Byrne, PH. Edward A. Cerny, S. James E. Coleran, S. John J. Collins, S. Emmanuel Collins, O. Frank M.

PREFACE TO THE REVISED NEW AMERICAN BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT

Cross Jr. Patrick Cummins, O. Antonine A. DeGuglielmo, O. Alexander A. Di Lella, O. Dougherty, S. William A. Dowd, S. David Noel Freedman, PH. Michael J. Fruenthaner, S. Maurice A. Hofer, S. L Rev. Justin Krellner, O. Joseph L. Lilly, C. Roderick F. MacKenzie, S.

Mangan, C. Daniel W. Martin, C. William H. McClellan, S. James McGlinchey, C. Frederick Moriarty, S. Richard T. Murphy, O. Roland E. William R. Newton, M. Everhard Olinger, O.

Charles H. Pickar, O. Christopher Rehwinkel, O. John R. Rowan, S.

New American Bible Revised Edition

Sanders, PH. Edward F.

Siegman, C. Matthew P. Stapleton, S. John E. Steinmueller, S. John Ujlaki, O. Bruce Vawter, C. John B. Weisengoff, S. Enrique San Pedro, S. Richard Sklba, D. Donald W. Trautman, S.

New American Bible + Topics

Emil A. Wcela Most Rev. John F. Whealon, S. Richard Clifford, S. Aloysius Fitzgerald, F. Joseph Jensen, O. Roland Murphy, O. Irene Nowell, O. Judith Sanderson Revisers Prof. Gary Anderson Rev. Michael L. Christopher T.