CBA Publications

The Catholic Biblical Association of America was founded in 1936 as a membership organization for the service of faith and science though the promotion of scholarly study of Sacred Scripture. 

The Catholic Biblical Association of America publishes two journals,
 The Catholic Biblical Quarterly (beginning 1939)
and Old Testament Abstracts (beginning 1978), as well as 
CBQ Monograph Series and CBQ Imprints.
The CBA also collaborates with Paulist Press
in the publication of the Biblical Studies from the CBA series.

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Featured Titles

CBQI 1
The Figure of Jesus in History and Theology:
 
Essays in Honor of John Meier

Edited by Vincent T. Skemp and
Kelley Coblentz Bautch

CBQMS 56
Hearing Revelation 1-3
Listening with Greek Rhetoric and Culture

By Jerome Neyrey

Published 2020
264 Pages, Soft Cover
$39.95 USD

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Published 2019
216 Pages, Soft Cover
$39.95 USD

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CBQ Monograph Series

Since 1974, the CBA has been facilitating the publication of books of a specialized scholarly nature in the biblical field. It is envisaged that such a series encourages work on technical, detailed subjects, even of a restricted scope.

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CBQ Imprints

In 2020, the CBA initiated a new series that features studies that range beyond the scope of a monograph on topics related to Old Testament, New Testament, and cognate fields.

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Become a CBA Member!

Members have an opportunity to attend (and present) at the association's Annual General Meeting. Full membership is open to those who have an advanced research degree in Sacred Scripture or biblical theology, including the Ph.D., Th.D., S.T.D., S.S.D., or S.S.L.  Associate membership is open to those who have completed post-baccalaureate studies in biblical or allied fields or have taught Sacred Scripture for at least one year at the major-seminary or college level. Graduate student membership is available to those actively engaged in a graduate program in Scripture or related fields.

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