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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  • 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.


  • 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.