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NRSV Reference Edition with Apocrypha Black bonded leather NRA22: New Revised Standard Version Reference Edition with Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books (Bible Nrsv) Bonded Leather – 22 May 1997

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'Such quality will last for a lifetime of daily use and what pleasure it will give to its reader, reinforcing the message every verse... a quality item to stock for Christmas and promote through your displays and mailouts - and even to give one yourself!' ECBJ 'This presentation edition of the original NRSV does justice to the title deeds of Christianity. With glossary, maps and gazeteer it is an elegant piece of craftsmanship.' Home Words

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The NRSV is a truly ecumenical translation of the Bible and one of the most accurate and authoritative. This Bible includes the Apocryphal/Deutero- canonical books, comprehensive cross-references, as well as a concordance, tables of weights and measures and 16 colour maps. Available in a choice of flexible, high-quality bindings.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely Edition of the NRSV 28 Mar. 2000
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Cambridge Press puts out some of the loveliest Bibles around...they have been doing it for centuries! On the outside you have Black bonded leather, gold gilted edges and two ribbon markers, plus a double slip case, which makes it unique in itself. This durable edition is very readable, both print and language, with Cross-references, Footnotes, Glossary, Bible Maps and Presentation page. This edition includes all the Apocryphal/Deuterocannical Books and is becoming very popular in all denominations from Protestants to the Roman Catholic Church. (Yes, this is used offically in Canada and was also quoted from in the Cathechism of the RCC.) This version does have inclusive language and has a nice introduction which supports this approach. It is also the Bible version now most used in colleges for study. Worth every cent, I am pleased to own a copy which I know I will use frequently for myself as well as passing down to future generations! Enjoy!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This Cambridge Bible with Apocrypha is absolutely beautiful. The black Cabra bonded leather is soft and ... 23 Nov. 2014
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This Cambridge Bible with Apocrypha is absolutely beautiful. The black Cabra bonded leather is soft and supple, but not flimsy. The print is easy to read and the pages are sewn ... quality throughout. My copy was printed and bound in the U. K. which was an added, but pleasant surprise!
5.0 out of 5 stars NRSV with Cross References 4 Aug. 2015
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This Cambridge NRSV Reference Bible is of great value for its center column cross references alone. I purchased this specific Bible from a private seller specifically for these references. Why more NRSV Bibles are not published with cross references is absolutely bizarre, especially considering that the NRSV is considered a scholarly translation. From what I've seen, the extensive cross references it contains are identical to those found in a mid-80s, Cambridge RSV Brevier Reference Edition.

This NRSV does not have a concordance, but does have a glossary. The glossary does contain scripture references, and much helpful information. From habit, I would prefer an extensive concordance, but I can't deny the glossary is an interesting novelty. This Bible also contains two ribbon markers and, although they are not of the highest quality, are very useful regardless. This is a black letter - as opposed to a red letter - edition.

My biggest criticism of this Bible is with the paper quality. The paper has a rough feel, sort of like what might be found in some paperback novels, and is nothing like the nice, smooth, texture of the "India Paper" that other Cambridge Bibles I've experienced have contained.
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