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Bible: New American Bible, Revised Edition 2011 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Bible: New American Bible, Revised Edition 2011

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We are proud to release an electronic edition of the New American Bible: Revised Edition (NABRE), which features an excellent formatting true to the paper edition and multiple navigation aids, which allow opening any verse in the Bible in seconds (asMoreWe are proud to release an electronic edition of the New American Bible: Revised Edition (NABRE), which features an excellent formatting true to the paper edition and multiple navigation aids, which allow opening any verse in the Bible in seconds (as explained in detail in the book itself- this feature is not supported by Kindle Fire). Note however that Kindle Fire does not support some of the navigation aids. All material, including footnotes, is preserved and crossreferenced within the text. This is the one electronic Bible that every believer must have because it is more convenient and faster to use than the paper edition.The NABRE accomplishes three major goals in Biblical scholarship: First, a more accurate translation aided by modern archeological and historical discoveries- second, a more consistent rendering of the Greek and Hebrew to more closely express the meaning of the original text- and third, revisions in the NABRE reflect changes in modern English usage of particular words.=============NEW TESTAMENTNihil Obstat: Stephen J. Hartdegen, O.F.M., L.S.S. Censor DeputatusImprimatur: +James A. Hickey, S.T.D., J.C.D. Archbishop of Washington, August 27, 1986OLD TESTAMENTRescriptIn accord with canon 825 §1 of the Code of Canon Law, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops approved for publication The New American Bible, Revised Old Testament, a translation of the Sacred Scriptures authorized by the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Inc.The translation was approved by the Administrative Committee of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in November 2008 and September 2010. It is permitted by the undersigned for private use and study.Given in the city of Washington, the District of Columbia, on the Feast of Saint Jerome, Priest and Doctor of the Church, the 30th day of September, in the year of our Lord 2010.Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., Archbishop of Chicago, President, USCCB