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New Catholic Answer Bible-NABRE (Anglais) Broché – avril 2011

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HASH(0x8b9dbdb0) étoiles sur 5 This Could be the Best NABRE Edition! 25 mai 2011
Par hobbyist-2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cuir/luxe Achat vérifié
Although I hesitated to buy yet another bible, I felt truly attracted to these new Librosario bibles especially since they used the NABRE and carried apologetics inserts with them. I must beg the reader's indulgence since in this review I mentioned some aspects of Saint Benedict Press's (SBP) bible in comparison with Fireside's. I know that many people are fond of SBP bibles as I am.

Packaging: 10/10
Fireside put a lot of care in packaging their bible. It arrived in a box shrink wrapped in plastic and the bible inside was shrink wrapped too. It's a good, sturdy box design, with many informative data about the bible. When it comes to box design, I still think Saint Benedict Press wins but only by a bit.

Binding, Design and workmanship: 10/10
If you have any of the SBP's "Premium Ultrasoft" cover bibles, then you already know how soft this Fireside's "Endurahide" bound bible is. I don't know if this is glue-only or sewn-bind but from the looks of it, it appears to be made to last. The two-tone design of the cover gives a beautiful external look to the bible. The first pages contain the words "Printed In the United States of America." That should explain its very good material quality.

Cover Lettering and texture: 10/10
The designers did away with gold fillings in the embossed titles. Good for them! The shiny bits show only in the page edges just the way I prefer it. The cover also sports a very smooth leather-like texture instead of a plain surface.

Extras: 10/10
That the bible text must (and does) contain nihil obstat and imprimatur was expected. But a separate nihil obstat and imprimatur for the apologetics inserts? Thank you Fireside for this! We can read the apologetics confident that they are also free from errors on faith and morals. They placed the many colorful apologetics material strategically in the book depending on the subject. For example the topics regarding the Blessed Virgin and the Rosary can be found in Luke. What's more each apologetics page has a box at the bottom referencing relevant Scripture verses and paragraph numbers of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Very thoughtful. If you haven't read much apologetics before, then you're in for a real treat!

Fireside put the weekday lectionary mass readings separately from the 3-year cycle Sunday mass readings. The page listing is so much clearer and easier to read than SBP's.Each Sunday reading list has page numbers to quickly get you to the location you want! The last piece of extra material at the back explains the meaning of the different sections of the mass while the front contains among others, background information on the bible and the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation. This is so far the neatest organization of front and back extra matters of the bible I have yet seen.

New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE) Text: 10/10
I like my NAB and I like my NABRE even better. You simply have to read the newly revised Old Testament to appreciate it. The introduction says that this new OT is more literal than the previous edition. I agree. Although not advertised as a study bible, the NABRE (including the NAB) contains cross-references, copious notes and alternate readings of many verses, concise book introductions, chapter titles and subtitles... just about the most important study aids one needs to study the bible in one volume. It does not contain concordance and maps, and no words of Jesus in red though so these might be issues for you.

Margins: -/-
I never write anything in my bible, other than my name on the presentation page. But I am aware some folks write notes in their bible. The margins here are your normal book margins. You can write some notes on it. For me though the white space in the margins act to organize the text and make it comfortable to the eyes.

Font Size: 8/10
While advertised as Large Print, it does not appear to be so. If you compare this side by side with a Saint Benedict Press Large Print Bible (RSV-CE, for example) the SPB's Large Print font is definitely larger. However, Fireside's isn't tiny either, just smaller than SBP's. I suppose they have different standards for what is Large Print. The size of the notes font is of course smaller than the main text which is not a problem if you are already using reading glasses.

Page Opacity: 9/10
This is bible paper and its not really totally opaque, as you would expect from any bible. Yet for such a material, Fireside's bible paper holds up relative opacity very well. One of the best in this respect. I don't get distracted with prints on the other page.

Librosario: 10/10
From pictures alone, I didn't give much stock to the usefulness of the embossed Rosary at the back besides being a fine decoration. To my surprise there is no mistaking which Rosary "bead" my fingertips rest. So yes, you can pray the Rosary with it!

Well-thought design, neat and physically beautiful, it does justice to the books of the bible within. Great apologetics inserts certified by Church authorities to be free from doctrinal errors. I thank God I live at a time where I can enjoy beautifully bound Catholic bibles. Yet I would dare speculate that it would be a rare case, indeed, if another NABRE offering can top Fireside's edition. Highly recommended!

Additional info as of June 03, 2011:

I purchased both the black/tan and burgundy separately, the latter of which arrived only a few days ago. Exact same bible except for the burgundy cover which is a tad shinier than the black/tan. While the black/tan price fluctuates between US40 and U$44, the burgundy seem to stabilize at U$46 which is the price I purchased it. In any case, both bibles are well worth every penny- even with all the other expenses I paid ordering them from outside the US. (I am not in anyway affiliated with the publisher or amazon.com).
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HASH(0x8b9ea018) étoiles sur 5 The Perfect NABRE 28 juillet 2011
Par John Blake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cuir/luxe Achat vérifié
This Fireside Catholic Answer Bible is lovely, the minute you take it in your hand you can see the wonderful job Fireside have done.

It has a beautiful soft cover, on the front is a small Cross, below is 'The New Catholic Answer Bible' and near the bottom is 'NAB Revised Edition'. On the back cover is a full Rosary Beads embossed on the cover and you can easly follow the beads along with your fingers. Fireside also states its a stitched cover.

Inside is a presentation page, contents, Index of the special Catholic Answer inserts, Dogmatic Constitution of Vat.2, List of OT and NT books, A detailed article 'Origin, Inspiration and History of the Bible'. At the back, Mass readings and section on the parts of the Mass. No maps,though.

The Answer part of this Bible is special one page inserts distributed throughout, answering questions like 'Are Catholics Born Again? or 'Was Mary Sinless?
So theres some questions answered that may be discussed among Catholics or with Protestants.
These inserts are beautifully produced in brown-purple colour with a small drawing in the top corner showing the topic (I like the one of Saint Paul vigorously showing has point of view in the 'Did Paul Challenge Peters Authority' insert).

It is better,(IMO), then the Saint Benedict Press Ultrasoft NABRE in a lot of ways, for example:

-SBP used to have a lovely soft material in their ultrasoft covers, The SBP NABRE has a harder plastic like cover.

-Unlike SBP ultrasoft, this Bible has great text layout, plenty of whitespace at the inner margins.

-Also this Fireside Bible opens very well allowing easier reading, also unlike SBP NABRE Ultra.

Overall a beautiful Bible, as near to perfect as possible.
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HASH(0x8b9dbfc0) étoiles sur 5 Beware the Burgundy 7 février 2014
Par St. Corbinians's Bear - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have the Burgundy cover. The fake leather seems to be a very thin layer applied over what appears to be a thin pasteboard piece. (You can see this quite easily when you examine the cover.) The cover is so thin the corners curl up when the book is resting on the table. And not just a little, either, but nearly two inches. It just looks cheap. This is not an inexpensive Bible, so decide whether this would be a problem for you. Now my wife has the same Bible, but black, and hers doesn't have this problem.

UPDATE: Fireside advises their burgundy covers dried out, causing the curling. It is not yet known if it affects the new batch. It does not affect the black with the tan backs, which look nicer, anyway in my opinion. Fireside is sending me a black replacement for free.

As to everything else, I agree with the 5-star posts. The feel of the cover is nice: warm and inviting. The embossed rosary may look like a gimmick, but I'm surprised at how often I end up using it. The print is very easy to read without making you feel that you have had to resort to an actual large-print Bible. The paper is not overly thin, so it does not feel delicate or allow the shadow of text from the flip side. The apologetics insets are a good idea for "ecumenical dialogue." The size is a bit bigger than most Bibles, but still handy and easy to take along.

The translation is very readable, though with the occasional clunker like Adam having "sexual intercourse" with Eve and frequent references to "resident aliens" which sounds like something from a federal census form to me. The Psalms are particularly nice. It does not impose "inclusive language" like the NRSV. Often I have compared a passage from the NABRE to the Douay Rheims, the RSVCE, or the NRSV only to find the NABRE sounds better to me. Truth is, these are all excellent Bibles in my opinion, but I keep coming back to the NABRE in part because it is the Catholic Bible for our times and the one most U.S. Catholics who read the Bible are going to have. There is no perfect translation.

The notes reflect a somewhat dated scholarly consensus which will either scream Modernism or seem groovy, depending on your Catholic sensibilities. Most are helpful, but let the reader beware. (That's not Fireside's fault; the USCCB won't let the NABRE be published without them.)

I think this is easily the best NABRE on the market and a joy to use.

St. Corbinian's Bear
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HASH(0x8b9ea5b8) étoiles sur 5 The New Catholic Answer Bible, NABRE 13 janvier 2015
Par Ed Kern - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cuir/luxe Achat vérifié
I'm a happy guy today because I just received my New Catholic Answer Bible. It's from Fireside Catholic Publishing, located at Wichita, KS, just 90 miles from me. It's the New American Bible, Revised Edition translation and it's just a really great Bible, with a genuine leather binding. Some of the things I like about it is that it has the gilt edging on the pages and while it doesn't have tabs for the different books that stick out, there are "tabs" marked on each page, and it really makes it easier to find the books. In the back, after Revelations, it has the Weekday Lectionary Readings and the 3 Year Cycle of Readings for Sundays and Holy Days, and a step-by-step explanation of the various parts of the Mass. The pages, while made of a thin paper, are very sturdy, with large easy to read type, and, of course, it has the New American Bible commentary, which is a very good commentary, except for a couple instances, which just about every Catholic knows about. But the thing that makes this a really great Bible are the insert pages that answer common Protestant objections to Catholicism. It even has a directory of the questions in the front of the Bible.

As an example, I just randomly opened it to one of the Answer inserts, and found the following:
Why do Catholics make the sign of the Cross

The prophet Ezekiel has a vision in which he sees great sins committed by God’s people. But at the urging of a heavenly messenger, the godly men and women who lament the wickedness of their people are marked with an “X” on their foreheads. Bearing that mark, they will be spared the divine judgment that is to come (see Ezekiel 9:1-7).

St. John’s vision in Revelations includes a close parallel to this scenario. Before the angels of judgment are allowed to devastate a wicked world, a seal is placed on the foreheads of “the servants of God” (see 7:1-3; 9:4). Later, this seal is described as the name of Christ and of the Father (see 14:1).

In light of these parallels, many early Christian teachers not surprisingly saw in Ezekiel’s vision a foreshadowing of the ancient Christian rite of Baptism. Baptism, after all, is given “for the forgiveness of . . . sins” (Acts 2:38), so that those who have been forgiven may escape the wrath of God (see 1 Thes. 5:9). In addition, the baptismal rite included – as it still does today – the making of a cross with blessed oil on the foreheads of those baptized. (In the Greek version of Ezekiel, the mark is actually the letter tau, which was written more like an upright cross.)

The corresponding scene in St. John’s vision most likely reflects the Christian baptismal ceremony of his day. This rite included (again, as it still does) the spoken words, “in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit” (Mt 28:19). The Sign of the Cross on the forehead may also have been part of the rite by that time. As early as the second century, making the Sign of the Cross was a common and well-established custom.

Today, this gesture is usually made by drawing the hand from forehead to breast and then from shoulder to shoulder. When Catholics apply holy water to themselves with the Sign of the Cross upon entering a church, they are recalling their baptism “in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” With the ancient Christians, they use the gesture at other times as well, such as when they begin and end prayers. Each time, they point to Christ’s cross, the Holy Trinity, and the need to sanctify every action.

This is certainly an excellent Bible for any Christian, but especially for any Catholic interested in apologetics.
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HASH(0x8b9ea36c) étoiles sur 5 For Preachers & Seekers of Greater Knowledge of Jesus Christ & His One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church 23 juillet 2013
Par Phisch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cuir/luxe Achat vérifié
Nihil Obstat/Imprimatur X 2: Free of doctrinal or moral error. Comprehensive: Includes the complete Canon of the Bible (73 Books), including the Apocrypha. Importantly, this Bible includes 88 detailed pages, spaced throughout the Bible, which answer commonly asked questions posed to Catholicism (apologetics); invaluable for defense of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church, and, perfect for those whose religious instruction has left them mystified or adversarial towards the Roman Catholic Church. Insightful references are also included: The Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, the schedule of lectionary readings, and the Celebration of the Eucharist (Mass). Are Catholics Christian? Yes! Do Catholic clergy and laity read the Holy Bible? Of course! Every Catholic and everyone curious about the church established by Jesus Christ upon the Rock of Peter will greatly value "The New Catholic Answer Bible; NAB Revised Edition."
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