You're welcome. Anything I can do to get this wonderful resource into people's hands. I'd get a NABRE one for my daughter, but already have a Didache RSV and a Little Rock NABRE, and she's not exactly a regular reader yet.
You can also get the Didache Bible for the Kindle, although at present, it is only available in the RSV version. And, in case anyone is interested, the newest edition of the Harper Collins Study Bible on the NAB will be available for the Kindle on April 25.
Is this "NEW" NABRE from Harper Collins an actual study bible or just a re-release of their standard NABRE Bible??? Inquiring minds want to know...
The HarperCollins Study Bible uses the NRSV.
Looking it up, apparently my memory was in error, it isn't with the NABRE, it's the NRSV with apocrypha/deuterocanon. I think there is an NAB edition, I think that was the first I first became familiar with. It is the second edition, first published in 2006. I believe the first edition was published in 1993.You can look at it herehttps://www.amazon.com/HarperCollins-Study-Bible-Revised-Updated-ebook/dp/B01DSV8ZN6/ref=mt_kindle?_encoding=UTF8&me=
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