Deuterocanon

Examples from the New Living Translation’s Deuterocanon

Below are three less than random examples from the NLT’s Deuterocanon.

Deuterocanon

Thoughts on the NLT Catholic Reference Bible and a Request to Tyndale

As many of readers may suspect, I greatly enjoy the New Living Translation and I make use of the Deuterocanonical

Deuterocanon

Canon vs. Scripture

Damian crafts and argument, then writes

Augustine

Sirach 5.1-8 God is the Lord (Reposted – Revised and Expanded)

Sirach 5:1-8 (1)  Do not set your heart on your wealth, nor say, “I am independent.” (2)  Do not follow

New Testament

Sirach 4.11-19 – The Pursuit of Wisdom

Sirach 4:11-19 – We are reminded that the Wisdom books of the Deuterocanon presents a developed notion of Wisdom as

John Chrysostom

Sirach 4.1-10 – Compassion leads to Christ

For those of you are might me new to this blog, or this series, I began posting on Sirach some

Clement of Rome

From the Bible that is Rarely Read: Sirach 39.1-11

*I am not trying to design these as a commentary, but as a point for discussion and perhaps as a

Augustine

From the Bible that is Rarely Read: Sirach 5.1-7

Sirach 5:1-7 from the Revised Standard Version (1)  Do not set your heart on your wealth, nor say, “I have