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Antonius | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Feb 12 2015 8:02 AM

The Didache Bible with Commentaries Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church

Publisher: Midwest Theological Forum; 1st edition (2014)
From Ignatius Press
(Translation: RSV2CE)

This looks really new, reviews are just starting to show up for it.

I will probably get this in hardcover, however I want the Logos edition also.  I love the RSV2CE translation.

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Average Joe | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 18 2015 10:56 AM

Thanks for pointing this out.  Yes, this looks like it would make for a very valuable Logos resource.

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David Ames | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Feb 20 2015 6:07 AM

http://www.ignatius.com/Products/DBIB-H/the-didache-bible-with-commentaries--based-on-the-catechism-of-the-catholic-church.aspx 

A link, with a space at the end, some times helps.

Also should we ask for this as a complete Bible or just the notes and commentaries?

I would go for notes and commentaries so that we could link it to any translation. 

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Feb 20 2015 10:07 AM

Faithlife as a matter of course only provides the material unique to the study Bible. They do not license the base translation a second time. Only when the base translation does not exist in Logos as in the Lutheran Apocrypha Study Bible does this become an issue - they have assured us that the base ESV apocrypha test will be provided. I would assume as a separate resource.

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Lee Marsh | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Mar 30 2015 10:21 AM

This would be a great title to add.

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Nate Tinner | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 28 2020 8:20 AM

I would soooo love to see this title available in the app!

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David Achorn | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 24 2020 7:59 PM

I just picked up a copy a few days ago and I'm finding it a very worthwhile purchase. The catechism notes are helpful because I'm thinking of converting to Catholicism. Any resources along those lines would be helpful so send them on over!

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Aug 25 2020 8:30 AM

David Achorn:

I just picked up a copy a few days ago and I'm finding it a very worthwhile purchase. The catechism notes are helpful because I'm thinking of converting to Catholicism. Any resources along those lines would be helpful so send them on over.

As you may well already know, the Catechism of the Catholic Church (https://verbum.com/product/17215/catechism-of-the-catholic-church) is the standard authoritative reference text for what Catholics believe (and a certain amount of what Catholics do). You can also read it online for free, although I personally have quite appreciated having it in my Verbum library.

Personally, I typically recommend the (official) youth version, the YOUCAT, which is shorter and, for most people, much easier to sit down and read through. I've recommended it to teenagers, teachers, seniors, and others, whether Catholic or looking at becoming Catholic, and never received any complaints. (Quite the opposite!) It also references the Catechism of the Catholic Church, so the two can work in tandem. It's available here: https://verbum.com/product/29612/youcat-youth-catechism-of-the-catholic-church

Beyond those suggestions for learning about the Catholic faith in general, I'd have to know more about your interests and/or background to try to give many more suggestions in terms of reading material.

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