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New Collegeville Bible Commentary

Two-Volume Old and New Testament Set

Daniel Durken, OSB, Series Editor

New Collegeville Bible Commentary
New Collegeville Bible Commentary

ISBN: 9780814647400, 4740

Details: 2608 pgs, 6 x 9
Publication Date: 12/17/2015

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Concise and accessible, this two-volume paperback set includes individual volumes of the complete Old Testament and New Testament in the popular New Collegeville Bible Commentary series.

Written by an array of respected scholars, the commentaries collected in these volumes bring expert insight into the Old and New Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of Scripture. A first-rate, reliable resource for Bible study and reflection, the New Collegeville Bible Commentary answers the Second Vatican Council's call to make access to Scripture "open wide to the Christian faithful."

Daniel Durken, OSB, (1929-2014), Benedictine monk and priest of Saint John's Abbey, taught Scripture and speech classes at Saint John's University for almost five decades and served as director of Liturgical Press from 1978 to 1988.