The Knox Bible

Allie Terrell

Allie Terrell

Allie Terrell is a 2010 convert to Catholicism after dabbling in a few different trains of religious thought. She graduated from Rose-Hulman in 2009 with a degree in computer science, and is now pursuing her doctorate in the hopes of teaching some day. When she can spare a few hours, Allie likes to visit religious sites and work on her photography. She blogs about her journeys at Here Is The Church.

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  1. Thank you for the post. I’m a Spanish speaking person, and some times need an English version and had no clue which ones are around. This post gave me new lights. Blessings!

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  3. I use two copies of the Knox bible, a pocket edition when travelling and a full-size one; both date from the 1950s. The Knox version is excellent as a translation of the Vulgate Latin as well as an English text in its own right; it is written in an elevated, hieratic style which is fitting for Holy Scripture. As you remarked, the production values of Baronius’ books are invariably excellent. This re-publication is very good news indeed.

  4. I appreciated his book,’Enthusiasm’ as a guide for understanding the Charismatic Renewal. I found a Knox Bible in a second hand store by accident and now use it to clarify interesting passages of the bible.

  5. On May 31, 1964 or after, Fr. Honorio Munoz, O.P. LLD Oxford University told me to read Knox instead of Sheen. I read the New Testament THEN, PSALM 34 3-4, 18, 23, 27, 29 TODAY AT GATEWAY BEFORE I READ THIS ARTICLE, beside the Sermons, ENTHUSE AND ALL OTHERS AVAILABLE

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