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Biblia de Jerusalén Latinoamericana

Nueva edición revisada y aumentada

Por primera vez una edición de la Biblia de Jerusalén introduce en su texto el lenguaje propio de América Latina. Dos grupos de expertos, uno de la Universidad Pontificia de México y otro de especialistas colombianos y argentinos, han revisado toda la edición introduciendo las adaptaciones necesarias para hacer el mensaje bíblico más comprensible a los lectores latinoamericanos. Este título disponible solamente en Español./This book is written in Spanish only. Jerusalem Bible Pocket Latinoamericana—Study Bible Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem For the first time an edition of the Jerusalem Bible in the text introduces in its text Latin American's own language. Two groups of experts, one from the Pontifical University of Mexico and other Colombian and Argentine specialists have reviewed the entire edition and made the necessary adjustments in order to make the biblical message more understandable to Latin American readers.

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Biblia de Jerusalén

Nueva edición, Totalmente revisada

Presentamos la nueva edición en español de la Biblia de Jerusalén. Es la cuarta edición que ha terminado su revisión en 2009, en continuidad con las ediciones anteriores de 1967, 1975 y 1998. Se ha mantenido la tradicional fidelidad a los textos originales hebreo, arameo y griego, y la transmisión de las introducciones y notas de la versión francesa. Indicamos a continuación las novedades más importantes de esta cuarta edición: Se ha mantenido el mismo equipo de especialistas que en la tercera edición y los valores fundamentales de sus traducciones de las lenguas originales: unidad interior de los distintos escritos bíblicos de la Antigua y Nueva Alianza, reflejo del ritmo del verso hebreo en la lírica y atención especial a los lugares paralelos, especialmente en los Evangelios Sinópticos. Se han revisado literariamente todos los libros del Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento por parte del actual coordinador general Víctor Morla: con acomodación al castellano de los clichés hebreos, mejora en la armonización de textos y pulido del estilo. Se han actualizado las notas de carácter histórico, geográfico y arqueológico, con introducción de algunas nuevas, por parte de Joaquín González Echegaray. Se ha incorporado la traducción de algunos cambios en las notas de la última edición francesa de la Biblia de Jerusalén: algunas han sido suprimidas por obsoletas, al tiempo que se han incorporado otras de carácter cultural e histórico-geográfico. Esta nueva edición se beneficia de los estudios e investigaciones de la Escuela Bíblica y Arqueológica de Jerusalén y de los exegetas que forman el nuevo equipo de traductores de la Biblia de Jerusalén en español, permaneciendo fiel a los principios de las ediciones precedentes al tiempo que supone una completa puesta al día de la investigación bíblica de los últimos años. Los textos sagrados de ayer a la luz de la ciencia de hoy. Este título disponible solamente en Español./This book is written in Spanish only. Jerusalem Bible—Study Bible New Edition Totally Revised Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem Introducing the new Spanish edition of the Jerusalem Bible. This is the fourth edition and its review was completed in 2009, in continuity with previous editions 1967, 1975, and 1998. It has remained faithful to the traditional allegiance to the original texts of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, and the transmission of introductions and notes of the French version. Features of this fourth edition include: The same team of specialists that worked on the third edition has edited this fourth edition, maintaining the core values of their translations of the original languages: unity within the various biblical books of the Old and New Testament, reflection of the rhythm of the lyrical poetry in the Hebrew verses and special attention to parallels, especially those found in the Synoptic Gospels. We reviewed all the books of the Old and New Testaments on behalf of the general coordinator Victor Morla: with translation of the Hebrew clichés to accommodate the Spanish language, improving the harmonization of the texts and refined style. Joaquín González Echegaray has updated the historical, geographical and archeological notes and has also introduced some new ones. We have incorporated the translation of some changes made to the notes of the last French edition of the Jerusalem Bible: some have been removed as obsolete, while others have incorporated a cultural, historical and geographical character. This new edition benefits from the studies and research of Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem and the exegetes who form the new team of translators of the Jerusalem Bible in Spanish, staying true to the principles of previous editions while representing a complete updating of biblical scholarship in recent years. Yesterday's sacred texts in light of today's science.

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Biblia De Jerusalén Latinoamericana En Letra Grande

La versión castellana de la Biblia de Jerusalén, entre las versiones de las Sagradas Escrituras en nuestra lengua, tiene un sólido prestigio por la calidad de su traducción y por la profundidad de sus introducciones, notas y comentarios, de tal manera que es muy útil para la formación bíblica tanto de seminaristas, como de religiosos y laicos. Ahora ha querido dar un paso más y es el de preparar una versión latinoamericana, con un lenguaje más adaptado a nuestra manera de hablar el castellano, sin perder el toque de elegancia ni la precisión terminológica, y sin caer en los particularismos de una determinada región del subcontinente. Este título disponible solamente en Español./This book is written in Spanish only. The Castilian version of Biblia de Jerusalén, among the versions of Holy Scripture in our language, has a solid prestige due to the quality of the translation and the depth of the introductions, notes and comments, and as such has been useful for the biblical formation of seminarians, religious and lay members. Now it has taken the next step to prepare a Latin-American version, with the language adapted to our way of speaking Castilian Spanish, without losing the elegance or terminological precision, and without using particular phrases indicative of any one region in the subcontinent.

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La Biblia De Nuestro Pueblo

Luis Alonso Schökel

¿Una Biblia más? Como decía Luis Alonso Schökel en la primera edición de la Biblia del Peregrino, hay que alegrarse de que esta nueva edición no viene a llenar un vacío. Gracias al trabajo constante que se viene realizando tanto en el mundo católico como en las demás confesiones cristianas, la Palabra escrita de Dios está continuamente siendo actualizada, tanto en traducciones cada vez más fidedignas al hebreo y griego originales como en la elaboración de comentarios que conecten el texto con las necesidades y aspiraciones concretas del hombre y de la mujer de hoy, sean creyentes o no creyentes. Con el mismo deseo de seguir en ese camino de mejora continua de la traducción y de acercarnos a la situación concreta de los destinatarios, presentamos al lector latinoamericano esta nueva edición de la Biblia del Peregrino, ahora titulada: La Biblia de Nuestro Pueblo—Biblia del Peregrino América Latina. Y hemos dado un paso más. Al mismo tiempo que la traducción de los textos originales se ha acomodado al español latinoamericano, adoptando sus giros y modismos más peculiares, se ha prestado una particular atención al texto mismo, teniendo en cuenta los últimos avances en los estudios bíblicos exegéticos, afinando la traducción allí donde se ha visto necesario. Esta labor ha sido llevada a cabo por un equipo internacional de estudiosos de la Biblia. La Biblia de Nuestro Pueblo contiene, además, otro elemento de novedad: son los comentarios que se añaden al texto. A diferencia de otros comentarios, dirigidos a un público especializado o que se detienen solamente en pasajes importantes del texto bíblico, nuestros comentarios se han hecho pensando en la mayoría de los creyentes y con la intención concreta de acercar a la comprensión del lector el sentido de cada libro en su totalidad, el contexto en que fueron escritos, el hilo narrativo y el mensaje que el autor quiere transmitir. Los comentarios son largos o cortos según lo requiera la dificultad de comprensión de la Palabra de Dios, que aunque viva y actual, fue escrita hace dos mil años. Con todo, citando las mismas palabras de Alonso Schökel, el momento mejor del comentario es cuado el lector lo deja en la parte inferior de la página para entenderse a solas con el texto. Es la hora de la verdad y de la vida. Características de La Biblia De Nuestro Pueblo Traducción altamente apreciada de Luis Alonso Schökel Profesionalmente adaptada para lectores en América Latina Tipo de letra grande, bien legible Con más de 600 páginas en introducciones y comentarios para mejor entender: El texto El contexto Aplicación a la vida desde nuestra realidad latinoamericana Comentarios a cada párrafo de toda Biblia y referencias marginales a lugares paralelos de importancia pastoral Con más de 80 dibujos originales de Maximino Mino Cerezo Barredo, C.M.F. Con 70 páginas de Vocabulario de Notas Temáticas del Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento Calendario Litúrgico con Guía de Lecturas para la Misa desde 2006 hasta 2016 Una encuadernación de lujo Fotos y mapas a colores Un precio asequible Editan: Misioneros Claretianos y Editorial Mensajero One more Bible? As Luis Alonso Schokel said in the first of edition of the Biblia del Peregrino, we should be happy that this new edition is not filling up a gap. Thanks to the constant work that has been realized in the Catholic world as well as other Christian denominations, the written Word of God is continually being actualized, in the faithful translations of the original Hebrew and Greek as well as in the commentaries that connect the text to the needs and concrete hopes of the people of today, be they believers or non-believers. With the same wish to continue in this path of making a continual translation that is better and to approach the concrete situations of the intended readers, we present this new Latin-American edition of La Biblia del Peregrino now titled: La Biblia de Nuestro Pueblo—Biblia del Peregrino América Latina. And we have taken an additional step. At the same that the translation from the original texts are made, the Latin-American Spanish has been used, adopting its manners and peculiar expressions, attention has been paid to the text itself, keeping in mind the latest advances in biblical studies exegesis, fine-tuning the translation where it seemed necessary. This work has been accomplished with an international group of Bible scholars. La Biblia de Nuestro Pueblo also contains another new element: the commentaries added along with the text. Compared to other commentaries directed to a specialized public or that examines only important passages of the biblical text, our commentaries have been made keeping in mind the majority of believers and the concrete desire to allow the reader to grasp the sense of each book in its totality, the context in which they were written, the narrative thread and the message that the author intended to convey. The commentaries are short or long depending on the difficulty of comprehension of the Word of God, which although is alive and actual, was written two thousand years ago. All in all, citing the words of Alonso Schokel, the best moment of the commentary is when the reader abandons it in the inferior part of the page to engage alone the actual text. It is the time of truth and life. Characteristics of La Biblia de Nuestro Pueblo: Highly appreciated translation from Luis Alonso Schokel Professionally adapted for Latin American readers Large letters, easy to read With more than 600 pages of introductions and commentaries to better understand: The text, the Context, and how to apply it to life within the Latin American reality Commentaries at each paragraph of the whole Bible with references in the margins to parallel passages for pastoral purposes With more than 80 original drawings from Maximino Mino Cerezo Barredo CMF With 70 pages of Vocabulary of thematic notes from the Old and New Testament Liturgical Calendar with a Guide to the readings in Mass from 2006-2016 A luxurious cover Pictures and maps in color An affordable Price Edited by Misioneros Claretianos and Editorial Mensajero Este título disponible solamente en Español./This book is written in Spanish only.

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Children's Bible

W. Hillmann, OFM

With text and colorful illustrations, this children's classic tells the Scripture story from the creation to our Lord's second coming.

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The Synagogues and Churches of Ancient Palestine

Leslie J. Hoppe, OFM

Present-day Jews and Christians look back to the literary traditions originating in the first seven centuries c.e. for information about how their ancestors lived and worshiped. But these ancestors left a wealth of nonliterary sources that reveal much. Archaeology can provide us with a new way of understanding the most important elements of our religious traditions. Hundreds of ancient synagogues and churches have been excavated in Palestine. Most follow the Greco-Roman basilica as the basic architectural form. This book examines the adaptations made of this basic form because of the different patterns of worship in Judaism and Christianity. Also, the variations in the basilica show the desire of individual communities to differentiate themselves from their neighbors. The difficult question of the origins of the synagogue as an architectural form is also addressed. Most of the sites discussed have been excavated in the last twenty years and many can be visited. Some of the churches continue to function as places of worship. The number, size, and ornamentation of ancient synagogues and churches in Palestine show the strength and vitality of both Judaism and Christianity in the Roman and Byzantine periods.

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St. Paul's Ephesus

Texts and Archaeology

Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP

In this new volume, renowned scholar Jerome Murphy-O'Connor does for Ephesus what he did for Corinth in his award-winning St. Paul's Corinth. He combs the works of twenty-six ancient authors for information about ancient Ephesus, from its beginnings to the end of the biblical era. Readers can now picture for themselves this second of the two major centers of Paul's missionary work, with its houses, shops, and monuments, and above all the world-renowned temple of Artemis. After presenting the textual and archaeological evidence, Murphy-O'Connor leads the reader on a walk through St. Paul's Ephesus and describes the history of Paul's years in the city. Although Ephesus has been a ruin for many hundreds of years, readers of this book will find themselves transported back to the days of its flourishing. Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP (1935 - 2013), was professor of New Testament at the École Biblique of Jerusalem from 1967. He lectured throughout the world and is the author of numerous books, including Paul the Letter-Writer, St. Paul's Corinth, and Jesus and Paul: Parallel Lives, all published by Liturgical Press.

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Philip's City

From Bethsaida to Julias

Fred Strickert

In this major revision of his prize-winning 1998 book, Bethsaida: Home of the Apostles, Fred Strickert presents nonspecialist readers with the latest findings in the ongoing excavation and evaluation of et-Tell, now identified by many archaeologists as the site of biblical-era Bethsaida. New discoveries have linked the site back to the Iron Age time of David and revealed new connections to the tetrarch Philip and his family. Strickert develops an explanation for the decline and destruction of the city sharply different from his previous conclusion. Readers of Bethsaida: Home of the Apostles will want to follow the story into this sequel. Fred Strickert is professor emeritus of religion at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, and is pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, Jerusalem. He is the author of Rachel Weeping: Jews, Christians, and Muslims at the Fortress Tomb (Liturgical Press).

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The World of the Early Christians

Joseph F. Kelly

Like every "lost world," the world of the early Christians was a combination of the foreign and the familiar, the unique and the commonplace. In The World of the Early Christians, Joseph Kelly introduces and explains the world of the early Christians, and while he examines the differences between our two societies, he also stresses our similarities. The early Christians were people, like us, trying to make their way in life. There are many introductions to the world of the early Christians, but few if any deal with its historical background and the basic questions non-specialists ask: Why did the Christians use philosophy at all? Didn't it make everything confusing? Why didn't they just stay with the Bible? In The World of the Early Christians Kelly answers such preliminary questions and concentrates on the fundamental issue of why Christians used philosophy, rather than simply listing the philosophies they used. Not only do most people know little about the early Christians, they often have erroneous views about them. For example, many modern Christians think their ancient spiritual ancestors were impoverished, uneducated people from the lowest strata of Roman society. The World of the Early Christians addresses some of these misconceptions by considering the historical evidence available about these people. Similarly, Kelly also explains some ancient topics—such as magic and astrology—and considers how they can be misleading to modern students. He then describes the early Christians' relationships with other groups, such as Jews, pagans, and members of popular and official cults, and then explores the intellectual and cultural lives of the early Christians. Students and anyone interested in understanding the now lost world of early Christianity will appreciate this volume's straightforward treatment of this essential background material. Kelly touches upon topics treated by the other volumes in the Message of the Fathers of the Church series. He refers to original sources in translation unless no translation is available, and he includes bibliographic references for further research. In a direct and easy manner, Kelly brings to life for us today the rich world of the early Christians. Chapters are: "Who Were the Early Christians?" "How Do We Know About the Early Christians?" "The Physical World," "Others," "Intellectual and Cultural Life," "Living in the World," and "A Brief History of Early Christianity."

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Rachel Weeping

Jews, Christians, and Muslims at the Fortress Tomb

Fred Strickert

Rachel’s story is one of the great dramas of the Old Testament. It begins with a passionate love story—the shepherdess meets Jacob at the well and he is moved to weep and kiss her. So great is Jacob’s love for Rachel that he works seven years for her hand in marriage and then, tricked into marrying her sister Leah, he works another seven years for Rachel. After years of heartbreaking barrenness, Rachel gives birth to Joseph. While giving birth to her second son, Benjamin, Rachel dies on the way to the family’s new home. She is buried there beside the road, not in the family tomb. The very nature of Rachel’s burial site means she will be a dramatic figure weeping for the Israelites as they are led into captivity by the Babylonians, and again for the children massacred by Herod after Jesus’ birth. It is this on-the-way character of Rachel that marks her story and the monument outside Bethlehem where Christian, Jewish, and Muslim worshipers remember her. The monument is tangled in questions of historical authenticity and sectarian struggle. For centuries it has been passed by, recorded in diaries, worn by earthquakes and neglect, and embellished by members from all three traditions. Finally, in the early twenty-first century, it has been surrounded by a wall, cut off from the very road that brought pilgrims by for so many years. Yet pilgrims continue to gather, and women come to pray for the blessing of childbirth. In Rachel Weeping, Fred Strickert takes the reader on a journey into the nature and significance of Rachel’s story and the story of her tomb. With meticulous scholarship and a clear sense of how the monument fits into the current history of the Middle East, Strickert tells the story of Rachel, the woman on the way. Fred Strickert is Professor of Religion at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. He is the author of Bethsaida: Home of the Apostles (Liturgical Press).

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The Pilgrim's New Guide to the Holy Land

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Stephen C. Doyle, OFM

More than an updated second edition, this book combines the best information from the popular first edition with new insights to help you turn your travels into pilgrimages. In this edition of The Pilgrim's New Guide to the Holy Land, Stephen Doyle adds the words to familiar hymns, and maps and photos, and includes new insights gathered from the documents of Vatican II, Paul VI’s Decree on Evangelization, and prose and poetry that foster the spirit of prayer. After a brief introduction to each Holy Place, Doyle provides the Scripture passages appropriate to those locations. In offering these passages, Doyle reminds us of Pius XII’s statement that to find the meaning of God’s word, we must go back to the original languages, determine the intention of the author, and take into account the literary form. Following Pius XII’s suggestion, Doyle provides his own translation of Scripture passages. By presenting these passages he offers new meaning by exploring a new experience, in a new context, in a new culture. Doyle explains that there are major differences between going to the Holy Land as a pilgrim and going there as a tourist, or even as a student of history or archaeology. People join a pilgrimage from faith and for faith. This is not the same as a deepening of theological insight, or becoming more knowledgeable about the facts and beliefs of Christianity. The basic vision that distinguishes a pilgrim from a tourist is summed up in a passage by Paul: 'Since you have accepted Christ Jesus as Lord, sink your roots deep in him, build your faith upon him, and overflow with thanksgiving' (Col. 2:6). In The Pilgrim’s New Guide to the Holy Land, Doyle brings together the elements that facilitate that vision. Chapters are “Jerusalem, Jerusalem”; “Holy Places East of Jerusalem”; “Holy Places West of Jerusalem”; “Holy Places South of Jerusalem”; and “Holy Places North of Jerusalem.” Also includes appendices and an index. Stephen C. Doyle, O.F.M., has guided more than one hundred pilgrimages to the Holy Land and to Greece and Asia Minor. He has taught Scripture and biblical preaching at St. John Vianney Seminary, East Aurora, New York; Christ the King Seminary, St. Bonaventure, New York; Pope John XXIII Seminary, Weston Massachusetts; St. Bonaventure University; St. Michael’s College; and Emmanuel College.

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St. Paul's Corinth

Texts and Archaeology: Third Revised and Expanded Edition

Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP

Corinth, one of the most fascinating centers of the early Christian movement, is explored through both literary and archaeological means. In St. Paul's Corinth the evidence of thirty-three Greek and Latin authors is arranged and presented chronologically from the first century B.C.E. to the second century C.E. This third revised and expanded edition includes new textual and archaeological material based on continuing research on Corinth. The text of previous editions has been thoroughly revised in the interest of greater clarity and accuracy. The edition also includes updated maps and plans of the region. St. Paul’s Corinth is divided into four parts. Part 1: The Ancient Texts includes "Pausanias," “Antipater of Sidon,” “Polystratus,” “Cicero,” “Crinagoras,” “Diodorus Siculus,” “Strabo,” “Livy,” “Propertius,” “Vitruvius,” “Philo,” “Inscription Honouring Iunia Theodora,” “Petronius Arbiter,” “Pliny the Elder,” “Epictetus,” “Flavius Josephus,” “Martial,” “Pseudo-Julian,” “Dio Chrysostom,” “Plutarch,” “Juvenal,” “Pliny the Younger,” “Suetonius,” “Appian,” “Florus,” “Aelius Aristides,” “Lucian,” “Apuleius,” “Gellius,” “Alciphron,” “Dio Cassius,” “Philostratus,” and “Athenaeus.” Part 2: Paul in Corinth includes “The Edict of Claudius,” “The Proconsul Gallio,” and “After the Founding Visit.” Part 3: Archaeology includes “House Churches and the Eucharist,” “Temple Banquets and the Body,” and “The Workplace and the Apostolate.” Part 4: Corinthian Bronze includes “The Passion for Possession,” “The Value of Corinthian Bronze,” “The Origins of Interest in Corinthian Bronze,” “Corinthian Bronze in Rome,” “How Was Corinthian Bronze Made?” “Recognizing an Authentic Corinthian Bronze,” “Corinthian Bronze Statues and Figurines,” “Utilitarian but Beautiful,” “Bronze Production in Roman Corinth.” Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, OP, teaches at the Ecole Biblique in Jerusalem.

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Panorama of the Bible

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Stephen J. Binz

While every character, story, and book of Scripture is significant in itself, stepping back for a broad, panoramic view of the entire Bible helps us to take in and understand God's single, unified plan for human history. In this first of a two-part panorama of the Bible, noted Scripture scholar Stephen Binz shows us how all of the Bible's many parts fit together in a grand and awesome narrative. With a clear vision of this sweeping unity, we can then understand far better our own place within the storyline and our own personal role within the mission of God.Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com.

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Panorama of the Bible

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Stephen J. Binz

While every character, story, and book of Scripture is significant in itself, stepping back for a broad, panoramic view of the entire Bible helps us to take in and understand God's single, unified plan for human history. In this second of a two-part panorama of the Bible, noted Scripture scholar Stephen Binz shows us how all of the Bible's many parts fit together in a grand and awesome narrative. With a clear vision of this sweeping unity, we can then understand far better our own place within the storyline and our own personal role within the mission of God.Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus and Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com.

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Panorama of the Bible

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Stephen J. Binz

While every character, story, and book of Scripture is significant in itself, stepping back for a broad, panoramic view of the entire Bible helps us to take in and understand God's single, unified plan for human history. In this second of a two-part panorama of the Bible, noted Scripture scholar Stephen Binz shows us how all of the Bible's many parts fit together in a grand and awesome narrative. With a clear vision of this sweeping unity, we can then understand far better our own place within the storyline and our own personal role within the mission of God.Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus and Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com.

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