Monday, November 28, 2016

Cyber Monday Deals

Good morning!  So, today being Cyber Monday, I was wondering if any of you will be purchasing any new bibles or bible related material today?  There are some good deals out there, including the one I am listing below.  I must confess that I will be silent this year.  I made a purchase about a week ago on something which I think is quite spectacular and can't wait to share it with you.  It might take a couple weeks to get here, so until then, what are you all getting?

Little Rock Catholic Study Bible
The Little Rock Catholic Study Bible is perfect for individual use or as a companion for Scripture study groups. A welcome balance between research and prayer, study and reflection, it includes:
  • Engaging visuals
  • User-friendly layout
  • Digestible Catholic scholarship
  • Suggestions for prayer
All designed to help you encounter Christ and grow in faith.

Save 50% today on this bestselling resource!*
PROMOTION CODE: LRSB50
Offer valid on paperback edition through 11:59 PM CST November 28, 2016

Paperback Price: $39.95 Sale Price: $19.97



And then there is this too from Ignatius Press:

Ignatius Bible (RSV), 2nd Edition
Hardcover - 1096 pages

The Ignatius Bible, RSV 2nd Catholic Edition, has been up at the top of the list of our best-sellers since it was published in 2006. Recognized for both the accuracy and beauty of its translation, it is sure to be treasured in every Catholic home.


Save 40%* with coupon code CYBER16.

$31.95    $19.17

10 comments:

Biblical Catholic said...

That is not a bad price for the Little Rock, it's actually even cheaper than what I paid for the e-book edition.

Eric Barczak said...

No Bible shopping this year for me. I've been told that there are now too many:
2 Douay Rheims (1Tan, 1PJ Kennedy)
1 Confraternity Bible
1 Confraternity NT
2 Knox (Baronius and Sheed)
1 Jerusalem
2 RSV2 (Didache and Iggy study)
1 RSV2 Pocket NT
1 Little Rock Study bible

I mean, I can certainly see the need to add a few more, I can't figure out why she doesn't.

Jonny said...

Something SPECIAL coming your way Tim?! Hmmm... either a fancy rebind of a personal favorite, or a review copy of a new Bible... either way looking forward to the surprise!

TS said...

Here's what I want to buy: a Roman Missal with Knox substituted readings! Ha.

Timothy said...

Preach it!

Ed Rio said...

No new Bible related stuff for me. I finished an entire reading of the NABRE and recently started the same with The Jerusalem Bible Study Edition.

Timothy said...

Ed,
Very cool about reading through the NABRE. If you were interested, I'd love to post something from you concerning your experience reading the NABRE straight through.

Ed Rio said...

I'd like to, but my mother fell three weeks ago, with multiple fractures, and I don't think I could organize enough thoughts worthy of this blog.

I will say though:
It's a translation that has definite good points.

The Old Testament is an improvement over previous editions of the NAB, BUT, so far I think the book of Genesis is much better in The Jerusalem Bible. This could be a preference for a more dynamic equivalence translation. I've noticed a leaning in that direction, especially when reading the letters of St. Paul.

Well....maybe a few thoughts can be organized after all. LOL

Timothy said...

Ed,

Sorry to hear about your mom. Hope she has a speedy recovery.

No rush on the post, either. Even if they are random ideas.

Ed Rio said...

Thank you Tim.
I would like to contribute in some way. A full read through of the NABRE was a positive experience.