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NRSV HarperCollins Study Bible: including apocryphal deuterocanonical books (paperback)

NRSV HarperCollins Study Bible: including apocryphal deuterocanonical books (paperback)
This fully revised and updated edition includes newly commissioned introductory essays on the archaeology and religion of ancient Israel and the New Testament world. There are also essays by leading experts in the field on how the Bible was formed, completely new introductions and notes for select biblical books, and a full revision and updating of all others. It has extensive maps, tables and charts, along with an easy-to-read concordance.
Our Price: £34.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780061228407
Stock: 1
Publisher: HarperOne
Author: Harold W. Attridge (Gen Ed)
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The preface is addressed to the reader by the Committee of translators, who wish to explain the origin and character of their work. In traditional Judaism and Christianity, the Bible is recognised as the unique record of God's dealings with people over the ages. The OT sets forth the call of a special people to enter into covenant relation with the God of justice and steadfast love and to bring God's law to the nations. The NT records the life and work of Jesus Christ, in whom 'the Word became flesh', and describes the rise and spread of the early Christian church. The Bible carries its full message to all persons and communities who read it so that they may discern and understand what God is saying to them.
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