What is the Latin Vulgate?

Oh, like you care.

(Update: If you’re suffering from insomnia, or whatever, and actually do care to read about the LV, see my “Okay, Fine: The LATIN VULGATE.”)

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John Shore (who, fwiw, is straight) is the author of UNFAIR: Christians and the LGBT Question, and three other great books. He is founder of Unfundamentalist Christians (on Facebook here), and executive editor of the Unfundamentalist Christians group blog.  (In total John's two blogs receive some 250,000 views per month.) John is also co-founder of The NALT Christians Project, which was written about by TIME,  The Washington Post, and others. His website is JohnShore.com. John is a pastor ordained by The Progressive Christian Alliance. You're invited to like John's Facebook page. And don't forget to sign up for his mucho awesome monthly newsletter.

  • Julie

    Oh but I do! Please don't be sulky. Go ahead and write the post!

  • Kim

    John, don't make us pry it out of you…no pouting allowed! (:))

    I am a seminary student and already know the answer, but I love your educational offerings about where our Christian Bible came from. Every layperson would do well to pay attention and understand.

    Kim

  • http://whyfaith.com emmzee

    For anyone who DOES care but isn't interested in the seminary-level answer, a good book that gives you an overview of this kinda stuff is "How We Got the Bible" by Neil R Lightfoot. Quick & easy read.

  • http://allegro63.blogspot.com/ Sylvie Galloway

    History buff here who is currently taking World Religion in her quest to finally get a bachelors degree before she qualifies for retirement. I'd love to read your thoughts.

  • http://www.whitenoisemetal.com Brian Shields

    It reminds me of the difference between ignorance and apathy…

    I don't know and I don't care!

  • Matthew Tweedell

    We DO care, John. It’s just… not very controversial material. Plus mostly these days if someone had a question like that, they’d have already googled it and/or read about it in wikipedia.


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