Chapa, Juan
May 2005
Scripta Theologica;may-ago2005, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p569
Academic Journal
El artículo presenta un proyecto de una nueva edición de la Biblia comenzado en 1971 por el fundador del Opus Dei, San Josemaría Escrivá y continuado en la Universidad de Navarra por un equipo de escritores y teólogos encabezado y dirigido por el profesor José María Casciaro, quien fuera el primer decano y primer director del Departamento de Escritura de la Facultad de Teología. El profesor murió después de treinta años de impulsar el proyecto y cuando corregía la pruebas del quinto y último volumen de la obra. Esta obra se basa en una nueva traducción de los textos originales hebreos, arameos y griegos.


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