Where did the New American Bible come from?

Is the New American Bible Catholic or Protestant?

Translation History

The New American Bible of 1970 was the first American lexicon-oriented Catholic Bible. It is also the second Catholic-originated English translation to use the original biblical languages—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek—as a base text instead of the Latin Vulgate.

Is the New American Bible a Catholic Bible?

The New American Bible, Revised Edition is the first new Catholic Bible in 40 years. The new version updates many Old Testament passages based on newly translated manuscripts discovered in the past 50 years.

Is the New American Bible a good Bible?

Top positive review

Joseph’s have the same book introductions and footnotes. Even if you are not Roman Catholic, this is a great bible to get and to learn from. It has excellent introductions, notes, and cross-references. It is a very well-done, practical edition, designed to help you efficiently learn from the Bible.

Do Catholics use the King James Bible?

Catholic Bible is the general term for a Christian Bible. King James Bible is one of the versions of the Bible available in Christianity. Catholic Bible has 46 books of Old and 27 books of the New Testament.

What Bibles do Catholic use?

Roman catholic bible? Catholics use the New American Bible.

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What is MC in the Bible?

Amos – Am. Jonah – Jon./Jnh. Micah – Mic./Mc. Nahum – Nah./Na.

What is the difference between NASB and NIV?

Seems to me that the NASB is a “word for word” translation and the NIV is a “thought for thought” translation. Actually, I’d recommend the NRSV. It’s readable, and very accurate. It’s a build-on of the ASV, which is the most literal English translation.