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Old Sep 21, '05, 4:46 pm
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Default Sacra Pagina Bible Study

Is anyone familiar with this particular study of the NT? Is it Orthodox? Which version of Scripture do they use? I have someone in our parish wondering about it. Any information is appreciated.
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Yes, Sacra Pagina is very good.
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Is anyone familiar with this particular study of the NT? Is it Orthodox? Which version of Scripture do they use? I have someone in our parish wondering about it. Any information is appreciated.
Only renowned Theologians with certain specializations are invited to write the Sacra Pagina Bible Series.
( Read the Publishers; remarks in the development of the series.It is very detailed study of the particular Book.
e.g. John Malrony who was head of the Theology Department of the Australian Catholic University ( now moved to an American University) wrote the commentary to the Gospel of St John. He is a "Johannine Scholar".
(When you make references in your Thesis, Professors know of the depth of your work!)
It is an execellent collection available is probably all Catholic Libraries.

If I am not mistaken the RSV text is used. I had many of the NT series which for personal reasons; I donated to our lacal Pastoral Instituew. - Highly recommended for the serious student of Sacred Scriptures.

Another very good Commentary Series is the Anchor Bible Study series.- with authors like Raymond Brown, etc.). - Very "heavy" writing approach (In my opinion).
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Couldnt agree more Richard.
A very good publication.
I am hoping to take a course with Maloney next year if he comes back to my Uni, as he did this year for a winter intensive.(trust you are suitably jealous)
Also agree with you comments on Anchor.
Also, New Jerome is worth having on the shelf
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