[The Access Bible: An Ecumenical Learning Resource for People of Faith]
Donaldson, Terence L., Petersen, David, O'Day, Gail R., Anglican Journal
The Access Bible An Ecumenical Learning Resource for People of Faith ed. Gail R. O'Day and David Petersen Oxford University Press 2176 pages, paper $48.00 (With Apocrypha) ISBN 0 19 528 217 5
THE FIRST question to be asked about this new study Bible is why the publishers of the widely used New Oxford Annotated Bible believe there is a need for another full-scale Bible based on the New RSV.
The answer given on their Web site (http://www.accessbible.com) is that the NOAB is aimed primarily at those who are already familiar with the Bible and with contemporary biblical scholarship. In contrast, the goal of The Access Bible is to make the Bible more accessible to a more …
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Publication information: Article title: [The Access Bible: An Ecumenical Learning Resource for People of Faith]. Contributors: Donaldson, Terence L. - Author, Petersen, David - Author, O'Day, Gail R. - Author. Magazine title: Anglican Journal. Volume: 126. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 2000. Page number: 15. © Anglican Church of Canada Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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