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Introduction to the Bible: Overview, Historical Context, and Cultural Perspectives (Liguori Catholic Bible Study) (English Edition) di [Anderson, Rev William A]
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The Bible is ever ancient and ever new--a compilation of many books from unique periods of antiquity that makes it "a library within a library." As the most revered of Christian texts, the Bible is the best known and most sold, but perhaps the least understood book in the world. Father William A. Anderson lays groundwork for the reader to understand the historical and cultural contexts, "hear" the oral traditions, and "meet" the writers of each book of the Bible.

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  • Editore: Liguori Publications (20 luglio 2012)
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HASH(0x994cefc0) su 5 stelle Introduction to the Bible and the Liguori Catholic Study Bible 5 gennaio 2015
Di Stuart Dunn - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle
Introduction to the Bible is a 100 page book which not only serves as a guide to the Bible but is also an excellent jumping off point for the Liguori Catholic Bible Study. Before diving into the meat of the book, there is an introduction to the Bible study series and Lectio Divina. Fr. Anderson then begins by describing what the Bible is. A lot of people mistake it for one book, but it is in fact a whole library of books bound together. There are history books, prophetic books, wisdom books, etc. He then explains coventantal theology, talks about the Dead Sea Scrolls, and addresses different translations of the Bible. He seems to encourage use of the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE), which I agree with, because that is what we hear at Mass every Sunday.

Chapters Two and Three walk us through the books of the Old Testament, providing summaries, key figures, key events, and/or historical context. The remaining chapters focus on the New Testament, but in a different way than the Old Testament was focused on. First, we see a chapter dedicated to what life was like in Palestine during the time of Jesus, which included politics, religious groups, and religious feasts. Next, we see a chapter that explains what life was like after Jesus' death and when the books of the New Testament were written. This chapter, like the previous one, again touches on the political rule of the time, but it also talks about the different sources the writers used when composing their New Testament book(s). The last chapter talks about the message from Jesus and the New Testament and how the ways we receive the message, study the message, and interpret the message have changed.

Overall, this was a very brief, but thorough introduction to the Bible. It was simple enough that anyone could understand it, but it waded into the deep end occasionally to keep the more advanced reader interested enough to continue reading. I appreciated that every chapter had review and reflection questions. These types of questions are vital for small group leaders, especially those lacking experience in leading a Bible study. The only thing that I wish would have been different is the end of the book. It felt like a very abrupt ending. I would have preferred a couple of closing pages that point you in a direction on what to do next. Perhaps, the author could have said something like, if you're completely new to reading the Bible, start with The Gospel of Mark, or if you have studied the Synoptic Gospels before try The Gospel of John. That gripe aside, I still recommend this book as you need some background before embarking on Bible study.
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HASH(0x994d2030) su 5 stelle Great accessory for Bible reading 30 ottobre 2013
Di C. A. Shirk - Pubblicato su
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My husband and I took a Bible Study class given by the Crosier Fathers and Brothers O.S.C.and this was one of the reccommended books to accompany the study class. We enjoyed it, learned a great deal in a clearly understandable manner, and will refer to it often as we continue our Bible study. I would reccommend it for anyone beginning any study of theBible.
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HASH(0x994d2318) su 5 stelle Good Material For Beginners 18 luglio 2014
Di Gene - Pubblicato su
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The author has done a pretty good job at writing an introduction that isn't overly complicated or heady, but doesn't insult your intelligence. The material can be dense so I found that I had to re-read a section multiple times to really absorb the material. I had a few "a-ha" moments as the author reveals the Bible from the perspective of the Catholic tradition. I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this study series.
HASH(0x994d2210) su 5 stelle Good Resource for Group Study 12 maggio 2016
Di Jeff Sickman - Pubblicato su
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The study provides a good overview and provokes further exploration of many important questions. It is very accessible and fulfills its intent as a resource for either individual or group study. A friend and I met over lunch weekly, and it was perfect for that one-hour time frame.

I would have preferred for the author to clearly label theories and speculation as such. Too often, he presented scholarly musings as settled fact. I believe some Church fathers would disagree with some of the author's statements. Nonetheless, the book is a good, Catholic resource for those who want to deepen their faith and knowledge.
HASH(0x994d23fc) su 5 stelle That persons who wish to better understand the bible will find highly useful 10 ottobre 2015
Di Joe from San Berdoo - Pubblicato su
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A clear, concise and through presentation of important items. That persons who wish to better understand the bible will find highly useful.
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