Many thanks to the readers who commented with their first impressions of the brand new Augustine Bible ESV-CE over the past two weeks. I ordered a copy and have some first impressions and photos to share. As noted in the previous post announcing the Augustine Bible, this is a paperback Continue Reading
In the nearby countryside there were shepherds living in the fields and keeping watch over their flock throughout the night. Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them. They were terror-stricken, but the angel said to them, “Do not be Continue Reading
On this side of the Atlantic, there has been very little talk about the 2018 publication of The Bible for Everyone. Only available through SPCK in the UK, it is the combined work of two eminent biblical scholars, John Goldingay and Tom (NT) Wright. The Bible for Everyone combines the Continue Reading
Fr. Neil Xavier O’Donoghue has a new post at the Pray Tell Blog in which he continues his commentary on the Revised New Jerusalem Bible (RNJB) and the English Standard Version (ESV) for use in the liturgy. He argues that the RNJB is a better choice for a revised lectionary. Continue Reading
Thanks to Biblical Catholic for pointing out that the US edition of the RNJB (published by Image/Random House) is now available for purchase. Here are links to the product pages at Amazon and Christianbook (where the bible is expected to be in stock on December 17th). This edition is available Continue Reading
The Augustine Institute is offering 30% off of Catholic books — including the soon-to-be-released Augustine Bible ESV-CE — today. Here is a link to the sale page. This brings the price of the Augustine Bible down to $34.97 instead of the full price of $49.95.