A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture

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A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • List of Contributors ix
  • Contents xi
  • Notes for the Reader xiii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • The Place of the Bible in the Church 1
  • The Formation and History of the Canon (ot and Nt) 13
  • The Languages, Texts and Versions of the Bible 22
  • The History of the Rheims-Douay Version 34
  • The Literary Characteristics of the Bible 40
  • The Inspiration and Inerrancy of Holy Scripture 45
  • The Interpretation. of Holy Scripture 53
  • Higher Criticism 61
  • The Replies of the Biblical Commission 67
  • The Physical Geography of the Holy Land 76
  • The Political Geography of the Holy Land 80
  • The History of Israel 84
  • The History of Israel 96
  • Archaeology and the Bible 103
  • Measures, Weights, Money and Time 110
  • Our Lady in the Scriptures 113
  • The Miraculous Element in the Bible 117
  • The Apocrypha of the Old Testament and New Testament 121
  • The Meaning of the Old Testament 127
  • The Religion of Israel 133
  • The Gentile Neighbours 147
  • The Chronology of the Old Testament 157
  • Introduction To. the Pentateuch 164
  • Genesis 177
  • Exodus 206
  • Leviticus 229
  • Numbers 245
  • Deuteronomy 261
  • The Historical Books 274
  • Josue 279
  • Judges 291
  • Ruth 303
  • 1: And 2 Kings 306
  • 3: And 4 Kings 327
  • 1: And 2 Paralipomenon 351
  • Esdras-Nehemias 375
  • The Book of Tobias 393
  • Judith 403
  • Esther 408
  • The Poetical and Wisdom Literature 412
  • Job 417
  • The Psalms 442
  • Proverbs 474
  • Ecclesiastes 489
  • The Canticle of Canticles 496
  • The Book of Wisdom 504
  • Ecclesiasticus 512
  • Prophetical Literature 527
  • Isaias 539
  • Jeremias 574
  • Lamentations 592
  • Baruch 596
  • Ezechiel 601
  • Daniel 621
  • Osee 644
  • Joel 654
  • Amos 658
  • Abdias 666
  • Jonas 669
  • Micheas 672
  • Nahum 677
  • Habacuc 680
  • Sophonias 683
  • Aggeus 686
  • Zacharias 689
  • Malachias 701
  • 1: And 2 Maccabees 706
  • The Textual Criticism of the New Testament 724
  • The Jewish World in New Testament Times 728
  • The Pagan World in New Testament Times 742
  • The Gospels and Non-Catholic Higher Criticism 752
  • The Synoptic Problem 760
  • The Person and Teaching of Our Lord Jesus Christ 765
  • Christianity in Apostolic Times: Doctrine and Practice 782
  • Pistles of the New Testament 825
  • The Life of Saint Paul 828
  • The New Testament Teaching on the Second Coming 835
  • The 'Brethren of the Lord' 844
  • The Chronology of New Testament Times 847
  • The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to St Matthew 851
  • The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to St Mark 905
  • The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to St Luke 935
  • The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to St John 971
  • The Acts of the Apostles 1018
  • The Epistle to the Romans 1045
  • 1: And 2 Corinthians 1081
  • Galatians 1112
  • The Epistle to the Ephesians 1119
  • Philippians 1127
  • The Epistle to the Colossians 1132
  • 1: And 2 Thessalonians 1137
  • The Pastoral Epistles 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus 1142
  • The Epistle of St Paul to Philemon 1152
  • The Epistle to the Hebrews 1153
  • The Catholic Epistle of St James the Apostle 1172
  • The First Epistle of St Peter 1177
  • The Second Epistle of St Peter 1181
  • The Epistles of St John 1185
  • The Epistle of St Jude 1191
  • The Apocalypse 1193
  • Index 1209
  • List of Maps 1291
  • Index 1291
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