The Navarre Bible: The Revelation to John (The Apocalypse): Second Edition

The Navarre Bible: The Revelation to John (The Apocalypse): Second Edition❃ The Navarre Bible: The Revelation to John (The Apocalypse): Second Edition kindle Epub ❧ Author University of Navarra – Bluevapours.co.uk Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition with Introduction and notes by theology staff of the University of Navarre Accompanied by New Vulgate Text Revised Standard Bible: The PDF/EPUB » Version Catholic Edition with Introduction and notes by theology staff of the University of Navarre Accompanied by New Vulgate Text.

The University Bible: The PDF/EPUB » of Navarra is a private university located on the southeast border of Pamplona, Spain It was founded in by Saint Josemar a Escriv de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei, as a corporate work of the apostolate of Opus Dei.

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  • Paperback
  • 153 pages
  • The Navarre Bible: The Revelation to John (The Apocalypse): Second Edition
  • University of Navarra
  • 21 April 2017
  • 1851829113

10 thoughts on “The Navarre Bible: The Revelation to John (The Apocalypse): Second Edition

  1. Siobhain says:

    I highly recommend this whole series of Bible commentaries I find them very accessible even though I am far from being a Bible scholar One of my favorite aspects of the series is that many of the individual commentaries include quotes from the homilies or writings of great saints Here is a small example from The Navarre Bible Revelation Note that there are extensive notes related to this one passage and I am only giving a quote from one saint as an example.Revelation 12 7 97 Now war arose in I highly recommend this whole series of Bible commentaries I find them very accessible even though I am far from being a Bible scholar One of my favorite aspects of the series is that many of the individual commentaries include quotes from the homilies or writings of great saints Here is a small example from The Navarre Bible Revelation Note that there are extensive notes related to this one passage and I am only giving a quote from one saint as an example.Revelation 12 7 97 Now war arose in heaven, Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon and the dragon and his angels fought,8 but they were defeated and there was no longer any place for them in heaven.9 And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the Devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.From St Gregory Heaven is the Church which in the night of this present life, the while it possesses in itself the countless virtues of the saints, shines like the radiant heavenly stars but the dragon s tail sweeps the stars down to earthThe stars which fall from heaven are those who have lost hope in heavenly things, and covet, under the devil s guidance, the sphere of earthly glory Moralia in Job, 32, 13.In addition to the notes or commentaries of the passages of Revelation, there is an extensive Introduction to the Book of Revelation at the beginning, and at the end there is a topical index for all of the New Testament Navarre Bible Texts and Commentaries

  2. Loretta Pioch says:

    Wow.Maybe because I ve read it again and again, and went through a year long Bible study maybe 10 years ago on Revelations.Maybe because I read it side by side with Scott Hahn s The Lamb s Supper at the same time.Maybe because of all the things, THIS reading of the Book of Revelation to John The Apocalypse with the entire Navarre commentary REALLY hit the spot and made the Mass come alive And vivid And powerful If you attend Mass, this is a must read.If you don t attend Mass, I m not sure Wow.Maybe because I ve read it again and again, and went through a year long Bible study maybe 10 years ago on Revelations.Maybe because I read it side by side with Scott Hahn s The Lamb s Supper at the same time.Maybe because of all the things, THIS reading of the Book of Revelation to John The Apocalypse with the entire Navarre commentary REALLY hit the spot and made the Mass come alive And vivid And powerful If you attend Mass, this is a must read.If you don t attend Mass, I m not sure how any of this could make sense

  3. Sara J. (kefuwa) says:

    Recommended but as with any work that involves interpretation should be taken with an open mind I particularly like the source list to other works that were referenced worth some follow up reading.

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