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Number of Pages: 104
Vendor: Liturgical Press
Publication Date: 2007
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Fire of Mercy, Heart of the Word: Meditations on the Gospel of St. MatthewErasmo Leiva-MerikakisIgnatius Press / 1996 / Trade Paperback$28.76 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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How to Read the Bible Everyday: A Guide for CatholicsCarmen RojasFranciscan Media / 1988 / Trade Paperback$3.99 Retail:
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Catholics are often reluctant to begin reading the Bible, this is for various reasons. Perhaps we hang on to the notion that the Bible is a book meant for display, for recording the dates of family members ' births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths. Or perhaps we once attempted to read the Bible and discovered there a culture entirely different from ours 'and came to the conclusion that the Bible had nothing relevant to say to us in this place and time. Attentive to these and the many other reasons Catholics might give for not reading Scripture, Stephen Binz offers practical explanations that will make the Bible less foreign and more familiar.
Introduction to the Bible allows readers to discover how the Bible came to be, how to choose a Bible translation, how to interpret the Bible within Catholic tradition, and how to benefit the most from Bible study. Readers will find practical explanations that will make the Bible less foreign and more familiar.
Stephen J. Binz is a Catholic biblical scholar, speaker, and counselor. He did graduate studies at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and is a member of the Catholic Biblical Association and the Society of Biblical Literature. Binz is the author of numerous books on the Bible, including The Passion and Resurrection Narratives of Jesus and The God of Freedom and Life, both published by Liturgical Press.