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Series: The Collegeville Bible Commentary: NAB

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Introduction to the Bible by Dianne Bergant1
Genesis by Pauline A. Viviano2
Exodus by John F. Craghan3
Leviticus by Wayne A. Turner4
Numbers by Helen Kenik Mainelli5
Deuteronomy by Leslie J. Hoppe6
Joshua, Judges by John A. Grindel7
First Samuel, Second Samuel by Paula J. Bowes8
First and Second Kings by Alice L. Laffey9
First Chronicles, Second Chronicles by Alice L. Laffey10
Ezra, Nehemiah by Rita J. Burns11
First Maccabees, Second Maccabees by Alphonse P. Spilly12
Isaiah by John Joseph Collins13
Jeremiah, Baruch by Peter F. Ellis14
Amos, Hosea, Micah, Nahum, Zephaniah, Habakkuk by Carroll Stuhlmueller15
Ezekiel, Daniel by Toni Craven16
Joel, Obadiah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi by Mary Margaret Pazdan17
Introduction to Wisdom Literature, Proverbs by Lawrence E. Boadt18
Job by Michael Guinan19
Wisdom by John E. Rybolt20
Sirach by John E. Rybolt21
Psalms 1-72 by Richard J. Clifford22
Psalms 73-150 by Richard J. Clifford23
Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther by James A. Fischer24
Jonah, Tobit, Judith by Irene Nowell25
Gospel According to Matthew by Daniel J. Harrington26
Gospel According to Mark by Philip A. Van Linden27
The Gospel According to Luke (Collegeville Bible Commentary) (Vol 3) by Jerome Kodell28
The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Epistles by Neal M. Flanagan29
The Acts of the Apostles by William S. Kurz30
Galatians and Romans by John J. Pilch31
First Corinthians, Second Corinthians by Mary Ann Getty-Sullivan32
First Thessalonians, Philippians, Philemon, Second Thessalonians, Colossians, Ephesians by Ivan Havener33
First Timothy, Second Timothy, Titus, James, First Peter, Second Peter, Jude by Jerome H. Neyrey34
Hebrews by George W. MacRae35
The Book of Revelation by Pheme Perkins36
The Collegeville Bible Commentary: New American Bible: Vol. 1, Old Testament by Dianne BergantOmnibus 1-25
The Collegeville Bible Commentary: New American Bible: Vol. 2, New Testament by Robert J. KarrisOmnibus 26-35
The Collegeville Bible Commentary : based on the New American Bible with the revised New Testament by Dianne BergantOmnibus 1-35

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