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Old 5th March 2011, 07:36 PM
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Has anyone read this book by TAN? Apparently it was recommended by 14 bishops and I think even a Pope. It was made in 1920, but it is such a good book apparently a lot of people use it today and had 16 editions. And it probably isn't littered with too much historo-criticism like the New Jerome's commentary is. I found one on amazon for 2 bux! You gotta love the older catholic books. They have this kick that the newer ones just don't have. They don't have problems using words like "Sodomites" and "reprobates", lol. Especially comments like this:

"Detest and fear sin, especially sins of impurity. Set hell before your eyes, think of the horrible torments, carefully avoid all temptations to such sins. Say thus" "What will the whole world profit me, if I follow my own inclinations, and suffer eternity in hell!"

You just don't get stuff like that anymore in sermons or books , lol.



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Older books are good because they're the ones that were good enough to stick around. Stick around for another 200 years to find out what the good ones from this century were.
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Has anyone read this book by TAN? Apparently it was recommended by 14 bishops and I think even a Pope. It was made in 1920, but it is such a good book apparently a lot of people use it today and had 16 editions. And it probably isn't littered with too much historo-criticism like the New Jerome's commentary is. I found one on amazon for 2 bux! You gotta love the older catholic books. They have this kick that the newer ones just don't have. They don't have problems using words like "Sodomites" and "reprobates", lol. Especially comments like this:

"Detest and fear sin, especially sins of impurity. Set hell before your eyes, think of the horrible torments, carefully avoid all temptations to such sins. Say thus" "What will the whole world profit me, if I follow my own inclinations, and suffer eternity in hell!"

You just don't get stuff like that anymore in sermons or books , lol.



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Haven't heard of that but did see some books I would like to get here yesterday:
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Originally Posted by Jared R View Post
Older books are good because they're the ones that were good enough to stick around. Stick around for another 200 years to find out what the good ones from this century were.

yea there is some good stuff today. I think Peter Kreeft's stuff will last. John Hardon too.

They have it for 2$ on amazon though. Couldn't pass it up for a book that is almost 900 pages!

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Originally Posted by Virgil the Roman View Post
I've read it: it's excellent.

yea I have been looking it over on google too. It nice to read a commentary that doesn't have too much historical critical in it like a lot of more modern commentaries do. The Collegeville and New Jerome I have heard has become very modernized. The Navarre and Haydock are really good though. Do any of you have any favorite commentaries?
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You just don't get stuff like that anymore in sermons or books.
Hey check this out, I think it might be right up your alley:

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Originally Posted by StThomasMore View Post
thank you Joab!
YW.

I want that too!

But I just ordered the 1966 Jerusalem and the NABRE!

When I saw it I thought of you though.
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Originally Posted by JoabAnias View Post
YW.

I want that too!

But I just ordered the 1966 Jerusalem and the NABRE!

When I saw it I thought of you though.

just got the book. I really love the cover. It has a very interesting style because it is more of a thematic commentary rather than a systematic one verse by verse. It more uses the main verses and then has a commentary regarding the whole book and places where it has an application in life, its relation to the Church and some patristic comments added in. I notice the OT exegesis isn't as deep as the NT one. As there are around an equal amount of pages for each testament, even though the NT is so much smaller. I still cannot believe it was written in 1920 though before WWII. Its interesting to notice how different the style of theology was back then as today
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