The New Jerusalem Bible: Standard Edition will satisfy the great need for an authoritative version of "the greatest story ever told" in a package so attractive, user friendly, and affordable, this edition is destined to become a classic. Using the same translation that has been hailed as "truly magnificent" (Journal of Bible Literature), the Standard Edition has a completely redesigned interior, set in a two-column format for easy reading. With all the best features of much more cumbersome and costly versions, this Bible is a must-have for home, church, and school.
Contains the complete text of the Regular Edition, with condensed notes and introductions. Easy-to-read two column format, with a Theological Glossary containing two hundred key words and concepts. Perfect for the casual reader. This Bible measures approximately 9 inches by 6 inches by 1.25 inches.
Reviews - The New Jerusalem Bible - Leather Edition
Average Customer Rating
(3.33/5 Stars, 3 Ratings) Based on 3 Reviews
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A BEAUTIFUL BIBLE - Original, simple, unencumbered.
Donna(Calgary, November 27, 2014)
The bible closest to the original translation. This is important to me as I do not want an interpretation of the original intent (at least not when I'm reading it for myself or the first time). I enjoy The New Jerusaleum's simple and straight forward words. A "Catholic" Bible in that no books have been removed. I do compare with other bibles at times to and get a broader understanding. God's word has changed my life - forever! Nice size. My personalized TREASURE!
The New Jerusalem Bible
Doc.(Severn, Maryland, February 13, 2011)
To achieve the full impact of the research and that went into the production of this bible the hardback version with the expanded footnotes and the description and background of the ancient writing of the various books is needed. The hardback version is better naigated in locating referenced versus with the index tabs. Cons: Disappointing
JLS(Minneapolis, MN, June 30, 2009)
Note that this standard version does NOT include the book introductions, notes, or glossary found in the regular (larger, hardback) version. Therefore, I think the descriptive summary is misleading. It appears to be difficult to find a leather bound regular version of this translation.