Catholic English versions
|TLB–CE||The Living Bible Catholic Edition||1971|
|NJB||New Jerusalem Bible||1985|
|CCB||Christian Community Bible||1988|
|NRSV–CE||New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition||1993|
- 1 What Bible version is used by the Catholic Church?
- 2 What is the original Catholic Bible called?
- 3 How is Catholic Bible different?
- 4 Is the NIV a Catholic Bible?
- 5 Is King James a Catholic Bible?
- 6 Is there a difference between a Catholic Bible and a Protestant Bible?
- 7 Is there a Catholic Study Bible?
- 8 Is the NLT a Catholic Bible?
What Bible version is used by the Catholic Church?
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.
What is the original Catholic Bible called?
The Definitive Roman Catholic Bible in English is the Douay-Rheims Bible. Also known as the Rheims–Douai Bible or Douai Bible, and abbreviated as D–R, the Douay-Rheims Version of the Holy Bible, is a direct English translation of what is still the authoritative Bible of the Catholic Church – the Latin Vulgate of St.
How is Catholic Bible different?
The difference between Catholic Bible and Christian Bible is that the Catholic Bible comprises all 73 books of the old testament and new testament recognized by the Catholic Church, whereas the Christian Bible, also known as the holy bible, is a sacred book for Christian. A Catholic Bible follows catholic canon law.
Is the NIV a Catholic Bible?
NIV is the English translated version of the Catholic Bible done by Scholars under the leadership of Howard Long. A Catholic Bible consists of the whole 73-book canon recognized and accepted by the Catholic Church, inclusive of the deuterocanonical books.
Is King James a Catholic 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.
Is there a difference between a Catholic Bible and a Protestant Bible?
Main Differences Between Catholic Bible and Protestant Bible The Roman Catholic Bible consists of 73 books in the old testaments whereas the Protestant Bible contains only 66 books. The protestants don’t believe in human beings being infallible and their only head of the church is Jesus.
Is there a Catholic Study Bible?
The landmark Oxford Catholic Study Bible is available now an upgraded and revised Second Edition. Completely re-written study notes, expanded essays and sidebars make this bible the perfect choice for study and worship.
Is the NLT a Catholic Bible?
Tyndale is pleased to announce the NLT Catholic Holy Bible Readers Edition, approved by the Catholic Church for reading and study and including the official Imprimatur. The Holy Bible, New Living Translation communicates God’s Word powerfully to all who read it.