Do Catholic Bibles have a concordance?

Do Catholic Bibles have a concordance?

The first and only concordance for the Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (RSV-CE) of the Bible. This exhaustive reference tool contains over 15,000 words and 300,000 entries, and has listings for both the first and second editions of the RSV-CE.

What version of the Bible does the Catholic Church use in America?

the New American Bible
Catholics use the New American Bible.

What is a concordance in a Catholic Bible?

A concordance is an alphabetical arrangement of the principal words contained in a book, with citations of the passages in which they occur. Use them to look up a word or topic and find references to occurrences of that word or topic in different verses of the Bible.

When was the NASB written?

Published by the Lockman Foundation, the first NASB text—a translation of the Gospel of John—was released in 1960. The NASB New Testament was released in 1963. The complete NASB Bible was released in 1971….

New American Standard Bible
NT published 1963
Complete Bible published 1971
Derived from American Standard Version

What version is the Didache Bible?

the Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition
It uses the Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition translation of the complete text of Sacred Scriptures, Old and New Testaments. This Bible version is considered by many Catholic leaders and authors, including Peter Kreeft and Scott Hahn, as the most beautiful English translation of the Bible today.

Who decided which books to include in the Bible?

In his best-selling novel, “The Da Vinci Code,” Dan Brown wrote that the Bible was assembled during the famous Council of Nicea in 325 C.E., when Emperor Constantine and church authorities purportedly banned problematic books that didn’t conform to their secret agenda.