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Cambridge Companion to Biblical Interpretation
"...the first complete guide to the present state of biblical studies. Intended for students and non specialist readers, it covers all the methods and approaches currently practised in the academic study of the Bible, as well as examining the major categories of books in the Bible from the perspective of recent scholarship."
Cambridge Companion to the Gospels
"The first section considers what are appropriate ways of reading the gospels given the kinds of texts they are. The second, central section covers the contents of the gospels. The third section looks at the impact of the gospels in church and society across history and up to the present day. "
Cambridge Companions Online
Introductory critical essays to literature and classics (164 volumes) and philosophy, religion, and culture (99 volumes).
Library of Latin Texts
Latin texts from 240 B.C. through Vatican II, including the classical period, patristic works, Medieval Latin literature, and the Reformation.
Oxford Biblical Studies Online
Scripture, commentary, and study materials for the Bible and biblical history, including the Catholic Study Bible.
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