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A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture

£39.99

Product description

Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, 1953, first edition, hardback, no dustwrapper, 4to, pp xvi + 1312 including 16 pages of maps at rear.

A comprehensive commentary on holy scripture for English speaking Catholics which was the result of nine years of work by a group of scholars who believed that biblical learning must be integrated with traditional Christianity if it is to bear any spiritual message or fruit for modern society. It drew on the expertise of commentators from throughout the English-speaking world at the time of publication.

Good+ condition. Tan boards with gilt lettering and decoration to spine and front. Boards partially sunned and head and tail of spine bumped but boards otherwise undamaged. Endpapers tanned and ownership inscription on front free-endpaper. Pages tanned but unmarked. Binding sound.

Item details

Author(s):
Orchard, Dom Bernard; Sutcliffe, Rev Edmund F; Fuller, Rev Reginald C; Russell, Dom Ralph (Editorial Committee)
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
268mm x 190mm
Edition:
First published in 1953
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1312
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson and Sons
Title:
A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture

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Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, 1953, first edition, hardback, no dustwrapper, 4to, pp xvi + 1312 including 16 pages of maps at rear.

A comprehensive commentary on holy scripture for English speaking Catholics which was the result of nine years of work by a group of scholars who believed that biblical learning must be integrated with traditional Christianity if it is to bear any spiritual message or fruit for modern society. It drew on the expertise of commentators from throughout the English-speaking world at the time of publication.

Good+ condition. Tan boards with gilt lettering and decoration to spine and front. Boards partially sunned and head and tail of spine bumped but boards otherwise undamaged. Endpapers tanned and ownership inscription on front free-endpaper. Pages tanned but unmarked. Binding sound.

Author(s):
Orchard, Dom Bernard; Sutcliffe, Rev Edmund F; Fuller, Rev Reginald C; Russell, Dom Ralph (Editorial Committee)
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
268mm x 190mm
Edition:
First published in 1953
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1312
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson and Sons
Title:
A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture

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