"In times past, God spoke in partial and various ways to our ancestors through the prophets; in these last days, He spoke to us through a son, whom He made heir of all things and through whom He created the universe." (Heb 1:1-2, NAB)
Christus Ravenna Mosaic (PD-Art)
BS1901 - 2970 New Testament
BS1937 - 2020 Early texts and versions
BS2025 - 2213 Modern texts and versions
BS2260 - 2269 Selections. Quotations
BS2280 - 2545 Works about the New Testament
BS2350 - 2393 Criticism and interpretation
BS2415 - 2417 The teachings of Jesus
BS2430 - 2520 Men, women, and children of NT
BS2525 - 2544 Study and teaching
BS2547 - 2970 Special parts of the NT
BS2640 - 2765.6 Epistles of Paul
At the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), you will likely be encouraged to use the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) as your primary study Bible. Here (below) are a few of your NRSV options at TML. Please note that some of these Bibles may be on course reserve at any given time.
When analyzing a particular New Testament pericope (e.g., while doing exegesis), it can be very helpful to consult and compare multiple translations of your chosen text. Here are a few good choices from the Catholic perspective.
And, besides the NRSV, here are a few good choices from the Protestant and/or ecumenical perspective.
A scholarly introduction to the New Testament can provide a solid foundation for ongoing study. Here (below) are a few titles available at TML. Please note that, at any given time, one or more of these may be on course reserve.
Felix Just, S.J., Director of Biblical Education at the Loyola Institute for Spirituality in Orange, CA, has compiled a helpful list of Catholic Church Documents Related to Biblical Studies, which provides links to the full-text of the documents, including:
Divino Afflante Spiritu - An Encyclical of Pope Pius XII (September 30, 1943)
Dei Verbum - Vatican II's Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (November 18, 1965)
The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church - From the Pontifical Biblical Commission (April 23, 1993), as published in Origins (January 6, 1994)