Jerome Biblical Commentary
The Jerome Biblical Commentary is a 1968 two-volume book of Biblical scholarship and commentary edited by Raymond Edward Brown, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, and Roland E. Murphy. It has been called "the most-used volume of Catholic scriptural commentary in the United States."
In 1990, The New Jerome Biblical Commentary was published as a revised and updated edition. The foreword describes the volume as "in a form about two-thirds new" and "an instrument for rich ecumenical dialogue" that avoids "arid literalism 'that kills'" and a drift "into generalized spiritual applications."
- Brown, Raymond Edward; Fitzmyer, Joseph A.; Murphy, Roland E., ed. (1968). The Jerome Biblical Commentary (2 volumes). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. ASIN B000ZGL0PI. LCCN 68009140. OCLC 355447.
- Brown, Raymond Edward; Fitzmyer, Joseph A.; Murphy, Roland E,, eds. (1990). The New Jerome Biblical Commentary. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. ISBN 978-0136149347.
- Elrick, M.L. (May 18, 1999). John Castelot: He made God's word come alive. Detroit Free Press
- Advertisement (April 23, 1969) Outstanding accomplishment. Boston Globe
- Franklin, James L. (April 11, 1993). Scholars seeing New Testament in different light Deciphering 1st century called crucial. Boston Globe
- Crews, Clyde F. (February 14, 1993). New Critique of Jesus' Life Is Intelligent, Provocative. Chicago Sun-Times
- Carlo Maria Cardinal Martini, 1990. "Foreword to The New Jerome Biblical Commentary," p. xv.
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