The University of Navarra Bible Goes Digital
In October, the School of Theology at the University of Navarra launched the digital version of the Navarre Bible, published by EUNSA, the publishing arm of the University of Navarra. The digital version includes the 6,600 pages that comprise the printed edition, and offers an extensive body of notes that seek to highlight the spiritual meaning of the sacred text, and to help make the reading of the Word of God come alive.
The University of Navarra Bible was born under the encouragement of the founder of Opus Dei, St. Josemaría. Professors in the School of Theology sought to offer the sacred text in a careful translation, accompanied by notes and introductions that explain its spiritual and theological message. The project was carried out over a 30 year period, until its completion in 2004.
Romana, n. 63, July-December 2016, p. 352.