Discipleship Study Bible-NRSV

By Bruce C. Birch (Editor); Brian K. Blount (Editor); Thomas G. Long (Editor)
(Westminster John Knox Press, Hardcover, 9780664223717, 2198pp.)

Publication Date: June 2008

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Description

Other NRSV study Bibles provide factual information about the biblical text, but don't include extensive guidance for Christian living. "The Discipleship Study Bible" is unique in offering both. Its annotations emphasize the personal and communal implications of the Bible for today without sacrificing the tools needed for understanding the ancient texts on their own terms. In combining these approaches to Bible study, a group of gifted writers, editors, and scholars have produced a truly comprehensive resource that includes introductory essays to each book of the Bible by top-notch contemporary Bible scholars; the complete text of the New Revised Standard Version, including Apocrypha; a chronology of the events and literature of ancient Israel and early Christianity; a concise concordance; and eight pages of color maps.




About the Author
Bruce C. Birch is Dean and Professor of Old Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC. He is a contributing author to volume II of the New Interpreter's Bible and The Old Testament: A Theological Introduction.

Brian K. Blount teaches at Union Theological Seminary-P.S.C.E., Richmond, VA. Within the field of New Testament studies, he specializes in the Kingdom of God language in the Gospel of Mark, New Testament ethics, the relationship of the New Testament to the Black church, and Revelation. His publications include: Cultural Interpretation: Reorienting New Testament Criticism, Go Preach! Mark s Kingdom Message and the Black Church Today (Orbis Press), Preaching Mark in Two Voices (Westminster Press), Making Room at the Table: An Invitation to Multicultural Worship (Westminster Press), and Then the Whisper Put On Flesh: New Testament Ethics in an African American Context (Abingdon Press).

Thomas G. Long is the Bandy Professor of Preaching at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is one of the most popular preachers in the United States today. He is the author of several books, including "The Senses of Preaching" (WJK), "Preaching and the Literary Forms of the Bible", and "Whispering the Lyrics: Sermons for Lent and Easter".
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