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eBook Holy Bible with the Apocrypha: New Revised Standard Version, Brown, Pew Bible download ISBN: 1598568159
Author: Hendrickson Publishers
Publisher: Hendrickson Pub (September 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 807
ePub: 1836 kb
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Category: Christian Books
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The New Revised Standard Version is a ry updating of the venerable Revised Standard Version

The New Revised Standard Version is a ry updating of the venerable Revised Standard Version. As a translation, the NRSV sticks to the center of the road.

Holy Bible with the Apocr. has been added to your Cart. This is a hard cover pew copy NRSV bible. I believe the New Revised Standard Version is one of the better translations of the Bible, and I am pleased thus far. Also comes with Apocrypha, which is a bonus.

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About the Apocrypha The Apocrypha is a collection of books found in the Septuagint - the Greek version of the Jewish Bible. Though t incorporated into the final, canical version of the Hebrew scriptures, it was included in important Bible translations such as the Latin Vulgate and the original King James Version of 1611. For centuries the books of the Apocrypha have had a significant influence on Christian art, literature, and theology.

Featuring an attractive and sturdy binding, this pew Bible will give years of dependable service. The Apocrypha is a collection of books found in the Septuagint�the Greek version of the Jewish Bible. It�s also designed to lie flatter when opened�so it�s more comfortable to hold and won�t spring shut like a cheaper binding. Superior quality at an unbeatable price. Though not incorporated into the final, canonical version of the Hebrew scriptures, they were included in important Bible translations such as the Latin Vulgate and the original King James Version of 1611.

It contains the complete New Revised Standard Version text, including the Apocrypha, plus a wealth of. .

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Zeus Wooden
It is a tiresome tradition that "pew editions" of the Holy Bible for Protestants, even for Lutherans and Anglicans, omit the deuterocanonical writings (Apocrypha) of the Old Testament. Hendrickson`s pew Bible includes all of the "extended" deuterocanonical writings to embrace the full extent of them as found, variously, in the full Anglican/Reformed, Eastern Orthodox, and Roman Catholic/Lutheran canons of Holy Scripture. The writings of the Apocrypha include much that not only sheds light upon the history and culture of Inter-Testamental times, but also include much that is profoundly wise and pious, very beautiful, and that foreshadows the later thought to which the New Testament in its time gives voice.

"[A]nd by [H]is word all things hold together." -- Sirach 43:26 (N.R.S.V.)

"He [H]imself is before all things, and in [H]im all things hold together." -- Colossians 1:17 (N.R.S.V.)

Hopefully, the Hendrickson firm will continue its break with the precedent which has tended to exclude the deuterocanon, by including the full canon, the Old Testament's deuterocanon among the rest of the sacred writings, in more of of its line of Bible products for the use of worshippers in the pews. This publisher always has printed pew Bibles on paper of sufficient quality and in bindings sturdy and soberly attractive enough, in hardbound or flexisoft bindings, to hold up to such demanding use longterm. This N.R.S.V. pew Bible comes in both types of bindings and in various choices of colour. The ISBN number for the printing of this rugged pew edition with Apocrypha, bound in burgundy (dark red) hardcovers, of the various alternatives among Hendrickson's available hues (each with its separate ISBN number) for this hardcover edition (thus rating 5 stars for having these sturdy covers, rather than the 4 stars for the alternative having flexisoft covers) is 13: 978-156563746-7. Pagination within the volume is as follows: ix + [3] + 692 + [2] + 205 + [3] + 205 pages (and, yes, that is no mistake regarding the page counts for the Apocrypha and New Testament sections, which both come to 205 pages each). There are three unpaged colour maps at the end of the volume.

The type-font in which this pew Bible is printed is attractive, but admittedly might be just small enough to challenge some of a congregation`s more elderly readers whose eyesight is limited. For the use of the few such visually-challenged users among the congregants, it might be a good idea to keep at hand a few larger-print Bibles in another edition, but of the same version, for their use at worship. The size and heft of the volume is equivalent to that of the average oldline Protestant hymnal (in the usual harmonised edition notated on two staves), standing at 22 cm. (7 ¾ in.), thus making the pew Bible an attractive item to place in the pews next to most hymnals, which are likely to be of similar dimensions.

Oddly, the used copy supplied had a plain front cover without title inscribed on it, in the way that any such small variance is a possible occurance from one printing to another of any particular edition of a book. On a personal note, to my pleasant surprise, the supplier fournished me, as the used copy of the publication, one which formerly had served as one of the pew Bibles at Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, Copley Square, Boston, with the information attesting that fact embossed on the front cover. Although Trinity Church was not the Boston Protestant Episcopal parish of which I was a member, I had worshipped there on Sundays (and visited at lunchtime on weekdays to pray there) fairly often in the 1960s and 1970s when variously working and studying in Boston as a young man, during some of the many years of the great Theodore Ferris' long and memorable rectorate.

The paper on which the Sacred Texts are printed is rather thin, but, thankfully, of a type that is easy to turn, without the annoying tendency of pages in many Bibles to cling, at the edges and/or elsewhere, to each other. This should enable congregants to locate easily in the Bibles in their hands Scripture references announced from the pulpit, lectern, and chancel.

May the publisher proceed further to provide pew editions of other Protestant and ecumenical Bibles with Apocrypha included, especially the Authorised (King James) Version (which by far remains the most superior of all Protestant versions), and other widely used translations, too, e.g., the English Standard Version, the original Revised Standard Version (in one or another of its various, slightly divergent texts), the Revised English Bible (which, considerably improved and rewritten, has displaced its precedessor, the New English Bible), and perhaps yet other versions for which the labours of their translators and revisers over the years have provided the deuterocanonical writings as part of them, in affordable 'pew' editions that local congregations could afford to acquire in bulk quantities to place in the pews for the use of their members, inquirers, and visitors!