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New Jerome Biblical Commentary, the (Paperback Reprint)

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This reference book is a compact commentary on the entire Bible that readers can use to familiarize themselves with the methods and paths followed by biblical scholars. It features current theories on dating, historical reconstruction, and archaeological information. Contemporary perspectives and topical articles of an introductory nature include Hermeneutics, Canonicity, Old Testament themes, and coverage of biblical theology. Additional commentary includes articles on Jesus, the early Church, Gnosticism, and the subapostolic church. Especially for seminarians and clergy who require a commentary on the Scriptures both during their formal study of theology and for preaching in their ministry. Also, for those interested in religion and theology on all levels and feel the need for an adequate background in the Bible.

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ISBN-13: 9780138598365
ISBN-10: 0138598363
Pagini: 1475
Dimensiuni: 178 x 259 x 44 mm
Greutate: 1.59 kg
Ediția: Nouă
Editura: Pearson
Locul publicării: Upper Saddle River, United States

Cuprins



Foreword to The New Jerome Biblical Commentary, Carlo Maria Cardinal Martini, S.J.


Foreword to The Jerome Biblical Commentary (1968), Augustin Cardinal Bea, S.J.


Preface.


Contributors.


Abbreviations, Transliterations.
I. THE OLD TESTAMENT.
 1. Introduction to the Pentateuch, Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
 2. Genesis, Richard J. Clifford, S.J.; Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
 3. Exodus, Richard J. Clifford, S.J.
 4. Leviticus, Roland J. Faley, T.O.R.
 5. Numbers, Conrad E. L'Heureux.
 6. Deuteronomy, Joseph Blenkinsopp.
 7. Joshua, Michael David Coogan.
 8. Judges, M. O'Connor.
 9. 1-2 Samuel, Antony F. Campbell, S.J.; James W. Flanagan.
10. 1-2 Kings, Jerome T. Walsh; Christopher T. Begg.
11. Introduction to Prophetic Literature, Bruce Vawter, C.M.
12. Hebrew Poetry, Aloysius Fitzgerald, F.S.C.
13. Amos, Michael L. Barré, S.S.
14. Hosea, Dennis J. McCarthy, S.J.; Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
15. Isaiah 1-39, Joseph Jensen, O.S.B.; William H. Irwin, C.S.B.
16. Micah, Léo Laberge, O.M.I.
17. Zephaniah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Thomas P. Wahl, O.S.B.; Irene Nowell, O.S.B.; Anthony R. Ceresko, O.S.F.S.
18. Jeremiah, Guy P. Couturier, C.S.C.
19. Old Testament Apocalypticism and Eschatology, John J. Collins.
20. Ezekiel, Lawrence Boadt, C.S.P.
21. Deutero-Isaiah and Trito-Isaiah, Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P.
22. Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Aelred Cody, O.S.B.
23. The Chronicler: 1-2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Robert North, S.J.
24. Joel, Obadiah, Elias D. Mallon.
25. Daniel, Louis F. Hartman, C.SS.R.; Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M.
26. 1-2 Maccabees, Neil J. McEleney, C.S.P.
27. Introduction to Wisdom Literature, Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
28. Proverbs, Thomas P. McCreesh, O.P.
29. Canticle of Canticles, Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
30. Job, R. A. F. MacKenzie, S.J.; Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.
31. Ecclesiastes (Qoheleth), Addison G. Wright, S.S.
32. Sirach, Alexander A. Di Lella, O.F.M.
33. Wisdom, Addison G. Wright, S.S.
34. Psalms, John S. Kselman, S.S.; Michael L. Barré, S.S.
35. Ruth, Alice L. Laffey.
36. Lamentations, Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M.
37. Baruch, Aloysius Fitzgerald, F.S.C.
38. Tobit, Judith, Esther, Irene Nowell, O.S.B.; Toni Craven; Demetrius Dumm, O.S.B.
39. Jonah, Anthony R. Ceresko, O.S.F.S.
II. THE NEW TESTAMENT AND TOPICAL ARTICLES.
40. Synoptic Problem, Frans Neirynck.
41. The Gospel According to Mark, Daniel J. Harrington, S.J.
42. The Gospel According to Matthew. Benedict T. Viviano, O.P.
43. The Gospel According to Luke, Robert J. Karris, O.F.M.
44. Acts of the Apostles, Richard J. Dillon.
45. Introduction to the New Testament Epistles, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
46. The First Letter to the Thessalonians, Raymond F. Collins.
47. The Letter to the Galatians, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
48. The Letter to the Philippians, Brendan Byrne, S.J.
49. The First Letter to the Corinthians, Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P.
50. The Second Letter to the Corinthians, Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, O.P.
51. The Letter to the Romans, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
52. The Letter to Philemon, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
53. The Second Letter to the Thessalonians, Charles Homer Giblin, S.J.
54. The Letter to the Colossians, Maurya P. Horgan.
55. The Letter to the Ephesians, Paul J. Kobelski.
56. The Pastoral Letters, Robert A. Wild, S.J.
57. The First Epistle of Peter, William J. Dalton, S.J.
58. The Epistle of James, Thomas W. Leahy, S.J.
59. The Epistle of Jude, Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J.
60. The Epistle to the Hebrews, Myles M. Bourke.
61. The Gospel According to John, Pheme Perkins.
62. The Johannine Epistles, Pheme Perkins.
63. The Apocalypse (Revelation), Adela Yarbro Collins.
64. The Second Epistle of Peter, Jerome H. Neyrey, S.J.
65. Inspiration, Raymond F. Collins.
66. Canonicity, Raymond E. Brown, S.S.; Raymond F. Collins.
67. Apocrypha: Dead Sea Scrolls; Other Jewish Literature, Raymond E. Brown, S.S.; Pheme Perkins; Anthony J. Saldarini.
68. Text and Versions, Raymond E. Brown S.S.; D.W. Johnson, S.J.; Kevin G. O'Connell, S.J.
69. Modern Old Testament Criticism, Alexa Suelzer, S.P.; John S. Kselman, S.S.
70. Modern New Testament Criticism, John S. Kselman S.S.; Ronald D. Witherup, S.S.
71. Hermeneutics, Raymond E. Brown S.S.; Sandra M. Schneiders, I.H.M.
72. Church Pronouncements, Raymond E. Brown S.S.; Thomas Aquinas Collins, O.P.
73. Biblical Geography, Raymond E. Brown S.S.; Robert North, S.J.
74. Biblical Archaeology, Robert North, S.J.; Philip J. King.
75. A History of Israel, Addison G. Wright, S.S.; Roland E. Murphy, O.Carm.; Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
76. Religious Institutions of Israel, John J. Castelot; Aelred Cody, O.S.B.
77. Aspects of Old Testament Thought, John L. McKenzie.
78. Jesus, John P. Meier.
79. Paul, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
80. Early Church, Raymond E. Brown S.S.; Carolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J.; Pheme Perkins.
81. Aspects of New Testament Thought, Raymond E. Brown, S.S.; John R. Donahue, S.J.; Donald Senior, C.P.; Adela Yarbro Collins.
82. Pauline Theology, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J.
83. Johannine Theology, Francis J. Moloney, S.D.B.
Suggested Basic Bibliography.
Index.

Caracteristici

  • Two types of articles—Topical and commentary.
    • Provides students with background information before beginning a verse-by-verse study, enabling them to enhance their understanding of the interpretations. Ex.___
  • More than 20 articles of an introductory nature—e.g., articles on Jesus; the Early Church; and the subapostolic church.
    • Provides students with important background so that they can understand the more technical details in the commentary articles. Ex.___
  • Contemporary theories—On dating; historical reconstruction; and archaeological information.
    • Offers students up-to-date historical information. Ex.___
  • Contemporary perspective on Hermeneutics—(Art. 71).
    • Supplies students with a basic treatment of attitudes in approaching the Bible. Ex.___
  • Coverage on Canonicity—(Art. 66).
    • Gives students an essential survey of the composition of biblical literature. Ex.___
  • Extensive treatment of biblical theology—(Arts. 77, 82, 83)
    • Enables students to discover the inexhaustible wealth found in the pages of the Bible when they are situated in their appropriate historical and cultural context. Ex.___
  • Focus on the Old Testament.
    • Traces themes through different historical stages of development. Ex.___
  • Table of abbreviations.
    • Gives students an easily accessible guide to frequently used abbreviations for the biblical books, Apocrypha, and biblical languages. Ex.___
  • Chapter-and-verse enumeration—Follows the original language patterns, even in those books where the versions differ.
    • Enables students to fully appreciate the rich ecumenical dialogue. Ex.___
  • Boldface marginal numbers—Identifies all 83 articles and then breaks them down into numbered sections.
    • Allows students to consult the commentary articles and cross reference biblical books, chapters, and verses without confusion. Ex.___