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Overview This book is a great introductory Bible study all by itself - for it brings out the Catholic teachings that are hidden in Sacred Scripture! A famous book - one which received recommendations from 14 bishops when first published and which went through at least 16 editions - this commentary is not a work for scholars, but rather a very practical book for the ordinary Catholic.
Publishers Description This book is a great introductory Bible study all by itself - for it brings out the Catholic teachings that are hidden in Sacred Scripture A famous book - one which received recommendations from 14 bishops when first published and which went through at least 16 editions - this commentary is not a work for scholars; but rather a very practical book for the ordinary Catholic.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.12" Width: 6.48" Height: 1.73" Weight: 2.51 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 0895557576 ISBN13 9780895557575
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More About Frederick Justus Knecht
The Most Reverend Bishop Frederick Justus Knecht, D.D., was the late auxiliary bishop of Freiburg, Germany in the early 1900s. His massive work, A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture, was published in 1923 by the Publisher to the Holy Apostolic See. A considerable number of bishops and archbishops thoroughly enjoyed and recommended the book, calling it "admirable" and "excellent." It was originally titled A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture for the Use of Those Who Teach Bible History, and was given the Imprimatur by Doctor Mutz, Vicar General, in 1923.
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Excellent! Apr 15, 2008
Fantastic and easy to read.More of an overview of the Bible than a commentary,but very thorough.I highly recommend this as well as the Haydock Douay Rheims Bible.
A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture Sep 19, 2007
Everything went just as I had hoped for in this order.....product arrived on time and was in perfect condition!! Thanks this site for this service, and for the fine choices you offer! This book is excellent, and I give it very often for gifts. CH
Surprisingly concise and easy to read Feb 7, 2007
Considering that this book was published in 1923, it is an incredibly easy book to understand and read. I highly suggest this book as a supplement to your bible reading.
A Good----Practical Commentary on the Bible Mar 9, 2006
"A Practical Commentary on Holy Scripture" is great because it explains a lot of the important biblical events in the Bible. It explains it according to Catholic teaching. There is no Modernist or liberal commentary here. It was recommended by over ten Catholic bishops during the pontificate of His Holiness, Pope Pius XI.
It does not explain every book in the Bible and summarizes much of the important events of the Bible.
For example, the explanation of the Fall of Man in the Garden of Eden is quite excellent, especially the importance of why Adam and Eve were not supposed to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.
A must have for every Catholic Home Oct 7, 2005
An absolutely beautifully written book. Easy to understand, totally accurate in its description of events. I recommended the book to family and friends and they all purchased the book.
Once you start reading it, you cannot put it down. My family and friends all share the same opinion, once you start reading the book -- it is hard to stop reading. A wealth of knowledge for all Catholic Lay people -- adults as well as children.