Thursday, January 05, 2006

Navarre Pentateuch back in stock

Coming to you live from the powerhouse Opus Dei-run University of Navarre in Pamplona, Spain, the Navarre Bible is among the most coveted Bible study tools in the world. Hey, I remember first running into Protestant Evangelical students enthusiastically promoting their copies of the Navarre New Testament books at L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland back in the 1970s! And now the Opus Dei-affiliated Scepter Publishers has this portion of the Navarre Bible, the Pentateuch, back in stock.

This volume of the Navarre Bible can help make the first five books of the Old Testament a vital part of your spiritual reading and practical growth in the Christian life. It contains the full English and Latin texts of these books, along with extensive and faithfully Catholic commentaries. Like other volumes in the world-renowned Navarre Bible series, these commentaries draw on Church documents, the exegesis of Fathers and Doctors of the Church, and the works of contemporary spiritual writers, particularly St. Josemaria Escriva, who initiated the Navarre Bible project.

You can order your copy direct from Scepter Publishers online for $39.95 plus S&H, ... or you can try to be the first person to beat the rush to Amazon.Com to get the single remaining spanking brand new Amazon Marketplace copy being sold for $32.33 plus S&H (as of 1/5/06 11:21am).

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