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JBCJournal of Biological Chemistry
JBCJerusalem Baptist Church (various locations)
JBCJoint Budget Committee
JBCJapan Boxing Commission (est. 1952)
JBCJohn Buck Company (Chicago, IL)
JBCJohnson Bible College (Knoxville, TN)
JBCJapan Bowling Congress (sanctioning body)
JBCJournal of Biblical Counseling
JBCJapan Barista Championship
JBCJoint Business Council
JBCJournal of Business Communication
JBCJapan Bio Community
JBCJoint Battle Command
JBCJoint Bilateral Commission (various locations)
JBCJerome Biblical Commentary
JBCJudaism by Choice (religion)
JBCJoint C4ISR Battle Center
JBCJackson Baptist Church
JBCJournal of Biocommunication
JBCJazz Butcher Conspiracy (band)
JBCJoint Battle Center
JBCBoston City Heliport (airport code, MA)
JBCJunior Bacon Cheeseburger (Wendys)
JBCJena Band of Choctaw Indians (Jena, LA)
JBCJust Be Cool
JBCJapan Billiard Council
JBCJantzen Beach Center (Portland, OR)
JBCJaime Bateman Cayon Group (Colombia)
JBCJoensuu Bridge Club (Finland)
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The Jerome Biblical Commentary (New Jersey: Prentis Hall, 1966) p.
Brown, Joseph Fitzmyer, Roland Murphy, eds., The Jerome Biblical Commentary (New Jersey: Prentis Hall, 1968) p.
Then he looks up interesting stuff in esoteric tomes like The New Jerome Biblical Commentary (Prentice Hall).
The Jews, too, until near the end of Old Testament times, had a similar belief: "The lot of all beyond the grave was to be the same, a weak and pale existence in Sheol separated from God; reward and retribution were to be in this world, with long life, a large family, riches, and prestige for the just man, and misfortune for the wicked" (Jerome Biblical Commentary, 1968, p.
Richard Dillon mentions in his commentary on Acts in The New Jerome Biblical Commentary that in this passage the evangelist demonstrates his belief that "new communities are bonded to the mother church by the visitation of her delegates.
he compiled The New Jerome Biblical Commentary (Prentice-Hall, 1990).
He is best known, however, as a co-author of the monumental Jerome Biblical Commentary, published in 1968, and an extensively revised version, the New Jerome Biblical Commentary, published in 1990.
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.
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
Most of his scholarly data can be found in the Jerome Biblical Commentary and individual scholarly works.