Writers write in essay style, not giving as much detail as does the New Jerome Biblical Commentary.
What does JBC stand for?
JBC stands for Jerome Biblical Commentary
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We have 84 other meanings of JBC in our Acronym Attic
- Jackson Baptist Church
- Jaime Bateman Cayon Group (Colombia)
- Jantzen Beach Center (Portland, OR)
- Japan Barista Championship
- Japan Billiard Council
- Japan Bio Community
- Japan Bowling Congress (sanctioning body)
- Japan Boxing Commission (est. 1952)
- Jazz Butcher Conspiracy (band)
- Jena Band of Choctaw Indians (Jena, LA)
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The intent of the editors of this volume was to provide the social doctrine equivalent of the Jerome Biblical Commentary, a "standard reference work for the major documents of Catholic Social Teaching" (1).
Then he looks up interesting stuff in esoteric tomes like The New Jerome Biblical Commentary (Prentice Hall).
he compiled The New Jerome Biblical Commentary (Prentice-Hall, 1990).
His fingerprints were on practically every major publishing project undertaken by biblical scholarship in this country, including the Jerome Biblical Commentary, the Anchor Bible and a host of other standard reference works But Ray Brown embodied Catholic scholarship in another way.
Likewise, the second edition of the New Jerome Biblical Commentary (1990) represents the apex of a certain period in North American Catholic biblical scholarship, but newer trends may soon make it a period piece.
Most of his scholarly data can be found in the Jerome Biblical Commentary and individual scholarly works.
The Jerome Biblical Commentary (Prentice-Hall, 1986).