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Biblia Tysiąclecia. Pismo Święte Starego i Nowego Testamentu

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"Biblia Tysiąclecia" to najpopularniejsze narodowe wydanie Pisma Świętego. Zawiera jedyny polski tekst Pisma Świętego, zatwierdzony do stosowania w liturgii przez Konferencję Episkopatu Polski, przystępne komentarze - przypisy, mapy oraz podręczny słownik biblijny.
Biblia - "Księga Życia" - Verba Sacra - jest bez wątpienia najwspanialszym z dzieł w historii świata, bestsel
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Hardcover, 1664 pages
Published 2008 by Pallotinum (first published January 1st 1966)
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Andrei Tamaş
Mar 15, 2016 Andrei Tamaş rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
"Lucrurile sfinte" au reprezentat întotdeauna un subiect sensibil pentru opinia publică, dar şi pentru individ, luat ca atare, deoarece, nu de puţine ori, acesta se complace într-o anumită stare atunci când religiozitatea i se pare ceva general-acceptat ori -dimpotrivă!- atunci când refuză -iniţial dintr-o pornire subiectivă şi superficială pe care ori o abandonează, ori o urmează- nevoia lui de divinitate.
Mie-mi vine cu atât mai greu să scriu despre Evanghelii, cu cât trăiesc într-o societate p
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Douglas Wilson
Sep 01, 2015 Douglas Wilson rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have read through this translation once or twice before. It is by Richmond Lattimore, the noted classicist, and is quite good. This time through I read it aloud with Nancy in our morning ingestion of both kinds of caffeine.
Krzyś Dz
Aug 03, 2015 Krzyś Dz rated it really liked it
Długo się zastanawiałem nad oceną. Bo jak ocenić Biblię? Na podstawie wyrazistości postaci? Wartkiej akcji? Opisów przyrody? To nie o to chodzi, tego w Biblii nie znajdziemy. Czym jest Biblia każdy wie - epokowe dzieło, które daje podwaliny pod kilka wiodących religii. Trudno ją ocenić, gdyż nie jest dziełem jednolitym. Poszczególne księgi dzieli przecież nawet ponad tysiąc lat! Ze swojej strony mogę tylko stwierdzić czy warto przeczytać - warto. Warto poznać podwaliny wiary. Warto zgłębić pięci ...more
Mark Stephenson
Oct 24, 2011 Mark Stephenson rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Jesus is peerless - but not friendless. Indeed a measure of what makes him without peer is the huge number of good and noble people who have aspired and still aspire to friendship with him. And whether friend, enemy or simply stranger to Jesus, what an infinite Friend and Advocate every human being has in the peerless only begotten Son of our Father which is in heaven! "Since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be ...more
Jelena
Well, everyone knows the story: Conceived by a substance surrounding and exceeding everything and everyone, a child is born into an impoverished family in a barren land. Yet three wise travellers know the child to be the one who is awaited and foretold by the prophecy. Many years his whereabouts are uncertain, but he does return: grown up and with a reputation that precedes him. He returns to the capital in a fashion that makes everyone take notion of him: with passion and fire and vigour, commi ...more
Ashley
Jan 28, 2017 Ashley rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the first time I've read the New Testament straight through. I started with the gospels and once I finished I was like, what the heck. Let's just keep going.

Reading through the NT, verse by verse, book by book, puts the tenets of Christianity in a whole new light. Too many Christians swallow whatever comes from a pulpit (and yes, Fox News counts). The only way to get the real story--the real truth--is to read it.

The NT is definitely a time consuming read, especially if you're just read
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Karl Nordenstorm
A zombie invasion, Jesus healing people with spit, prophet-slave-girls, wizards ... When you read the bible as literature and not scripture you will notice that the Bible isn't a very Christian book, and you will realize that Christianity in the generations after Jesus was even more diverse than it is to day.

The first third of the NT is the gospels, four quite different accounts of the life of Jesus. Mark is the story about a foul-tempered wizard. Luke is the oriental fairy tale of a mystic, int
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Laura
Sep 13, 2010 Laura rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I finished reading this over a week ago. I have been pondering what I wanted to say here about my experience. I bought a self contained, soft-cover copy of the New Testament. It seemed surprisingly small to me. It’s only 404 pages. The book is only about 3/8ths of an inch thick. Contained within those four hundred plus pages is the testimony of the men who walked and talked with the Savior of the World. They bear their witness of His mortal life and His divine mission.

Within these pages’ one fi
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John
Oct 20, 2008 John rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A very useful text. Basically you have *most* words that occur 30 times or less in the apparatus beneath the text. The author also defines some more common words that take an unusual form or unusual meaning. There is an appendix in the back for words that occur more than 30 times.

The editor does a pretty good job. Frequently he also defines idioms that occurs - though not always.

This is an ideal text for a late second year.

There are some irksome features of the text. First, many times the edit
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Heather
One of my favorite scriptures in the New Testament is in Romans 8, starting with verse 31: "What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?...Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?...Nay, in all these things are we more than conquerors through him that loved us. For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things ...more
Erik Graff
Mar 14, 2008 Erik Graff rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those seeking a fresh take on the Xian Scriptures
Recommended to Erik by: found it at a library give-away shelf in NYC
Shelves: religion
One may remember Lattimore from high school or a college humanities course as the translator of Homer. I did and was surprised to see he had tackled the Christian Scriptures as well.

A literary man, not a biblical scholar, Lattimore's edition is weak when compared to scholarly editions of the text such as the New Oxford (RSV), the New Jerusalem (Catholic) or the New English (Anglican). The virtue of his work, however, is that he could translate without a committee looking over his shoulder and, s
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Alex
Dec 30, 2011 Alex rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Bit of a mishmash really. Lots of familiar stories, an insight into the values of the times, much repetition. Some wonderful resonant language. Much of it is of no particular interest unless you're a student of religion or have some other reason to read it. As a general reader I found it more of a slog than, say, James Joyce's Ulysses (and some of it frankly more bewildering too). Not something I'd want to recommend or read again, but at least it's a 'great book' to tick off my list.
Sylvia Swann
Dec 28, 2016 Sylvia Swann rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm halfway through the whole Bible but decided to break it into Old and New Testaments. The New Testament is comprised of several books written by different authors. The opening chapters, Matthew, Mark and Luke, contain portions of the birth of Christ story which is nothing short of magnificent. Then we've got Paul. Paul has some great moments but overall he's a real smarty pants. Corinthians' segment about love is nice but the rest feels disjointed. In his defense he was traveling a lot throug ...more
Abby
Feb 27, 2017 Abby rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
You know, honestly, I thought there'd be more Jesus in this.
Kyle Barton
Aug 05, 2014 Kyle Barton rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Richmond Lattimore was a poet and eminent translator of ancient Greek classics. His translations of the Iliad and Odyssey are considered by many to be the best available. Late in life he decided to translate the New Testament.

The best part about Lattimore's New Testament is its visual beauty and readability that facilitate longer reading experiences.

Format:

Verse references have been extracted from the text and the text overall has been formatted into paragraphs. This makes it very easy to read l
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Frederick
Feb 02, 2008 Frederick rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anybody who will read it.
Shelves: christianity
There is no need to make excuses for reading the New Testament.
It is humorous that one gives stars to a work which is, by definition, above art, but, in the face of appearing to denigrate the bible by refraining from giving stars, I'll give it all the stars Goodreads permits.
I believe this book.
It does not bother me that people do not believe it. That every individual who reads it is free to decide whether he believes it or not is part of its beauty.
Christianity is not easy. No other religion
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loudermilk
Apr 06, 2016 loudermilk rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
cotton reels
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when i was a hissy pissy baby [screams and beatle faints]
thank you, thank you very much, my momma used to push me in my gravy
singin' "whoa, hissy pissy shut up!"

an win a was a hissy pissy toddler
mah momma gon'n threw me over her shoulder, (please join in, i landed on my head)
singin "whoa! hissy pissy shut up!"

ween a was a hissy piss'n teen
poor momma kickin evry thing she seen ('cept that)
sing it old, "hissy pissy shut up!"

and when i phoned my
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Natalie
Nov 12, 2011 Natalie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the first time in a while that I have read the New Testament cover to cover in Spanish. I read it with the seminary study manual (which helps explain why it has taken me over a year!), which really helped me understand new things while not overwhelming me with as much info as is found in the institute study manual. I learned new things with this reading, as one always does.

This time, the overwhelming message of the New Testament was, for me, that I need to love more and judge less. I ne
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Ganesh Sanal
Jul 16, 2016 Ganesh Sanal marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: No one
For those who don't know, this is the second part of the Bible where Jesus's story is discussed. I didn't finish this. In fact I didn't even finish the first gospel. It may not be proper for me to review this now but first impression is very bad. There are some beautiful quotes here and there but on the whole it's boring. This guy goes to places and heal people and scare the shit out of people who don't want to believe in him or 'his father'. Just the things to be expected from a mediaeval shepa ...more
Rick Edwards
Good read. Should be read again and again and again. Other versions should be read for comparison purposes: New Revised Standard Version, J.B. Phillips translation, New Jerusalem Bible, and the Revised English Bible are all highly regarded and serious undertakings. Also worthwhile are these: Reynolds Price's rendering of several books of the New Testament; the Cotton Patch Version, an original translation of several books of the NT by Clarence Jordan, the founder of the Koinonia Farm in Americus ...more
Tara
Nov 30, 2014 Tara rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: church, 2014
"Wherefore murmur ye, because that ye shall receive more of my word? Know ye not that the testimony of two nations is a witness unto you that I am God, that I remember one nation like unto another? Wherefore, I speak the same words unto one nation like unto another. And when the two nations shall run together the testimony of the two nations shall run together also." (2 Nephi 29:8 Book of Mormon)

I am so grateful for the word of God in both the Bible and the Book of Mormon. These books truly test
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Oscar
Mar 01, 2016 Oscar rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: religion
Esta es una edicion fantastica. Es solo el Nuevo Testamento: asi uno se evita el tener que cargar con un libro enorme, me miles de paginas como es la version completa de cualquier biblia (mas aun las versiones con correlaciones) Ademas, tiene al final selecciones de la Traduccion de la Biblia del Profeta Jose Smith. Por supuesto tiene completas referencias con los 4 libros canonicos y con la guia de estudios de las escrituras
Lori (Lara Britt) Sailiata
5-stars not only because it has such a profound influence on our global culture (not limited to those who profess a Christian faith), but because the King James Version is the most beautiful. It's the language of Shakespeare --who wrote during the late Elizabethan and early Jacobean, aka during the time of King James. Add to that the gorgeous voice of Gregory Peck. Not a bad way to revisit the material.
Joan Haughton
Jun 25, 2014 Joan Haughton rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The New Testament chronicles the life of Jesus Christ, the Messiah Son of God. His life, ministry, death and resurrection. There are also letters from His apostles and other men inspired by God to the believers. This letter not only instructs and admonish but it also proclaim the new covenant that have been purchased and established by the blood of Jesus. Revelation tells of things to come.

Bless the name of Jesus!
Penny
Aug 04, 2012 Penny rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am listening to the audio book of this read by James Earl Jones. It has lightly orchestrated classic hymns in the background as he reads it. I feel like I'm hearing some of these scriptures for the first time! His interpretation is so wonderful, I feel like it is opening my eyes up to Christ's teachings in such a profound and new way. I got it from the library, and plan on purchasing it. (What a great way to lay down at night?)
Rachel Terry
May 23, 2011 Rachel Terry rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: religious
I finished reading Revelations on Saturday morning, the day the world was supposed to end. Somehow, the chaos of Revelations didn't look anything like the beautiful spring day outside. Of course, if I'd been in Kansas or Missouri that day, I may have felt like it really was the end.

The New Testament is rich. I'm glad scripture is so poetic.
Jen Jenson
I've read the New Testament a few times, and felt a few months ago, that I wanted to read it again. Always good to do. I love how each time that I read through the scriptures I find new gems, have questions answered, and find new ones. I'm grateful for a guide in my life to help me become a better person.
Bobbi Koala
Jan 10, 2011 Bobbi Koala rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Along with The Book of Mormon, I read a little from the Bible each day. Finished the New Testament in December, and I would normally start back with the Old Testament, but I am going to read the New Testament again because I am currently teaching Sunday School and we are covering the New Testament this year.
Neil Mudde
Well not this specific Bible, but the Bible was part of my life as an early child, which included readings at our meal tables, attending Christian School System, Sunday school classes. memorizing the psalms was something we did on a weekely basis, today as a sort of very mature person I can still recall most, and that is in Dutch as this is how I memorized them
Ryan
Nov 13, 2012 Ryan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: spiritual
Definitely one of he greatest books ever. Its entire purpose exists in helping mankind achieve their best. I sure hope I'm not at my best but I know that abiding by these teachings I will get there.

This time through I listened to this amazing book and it is quite fascinating how you hear things different when you listen to it.
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