The Vulgate (/ ˈ v ʌ l ɡ eɪ t, – ɡ ɪ t /) is a late 4th-century Latin translation of the Bible that became, during the 16th century, the Catholic Church’s
Parallel Latin Vulgate Bible and Douay-Rheims Bible and King James Bible; The Complete Sayings of Jesus Christ
Detailed information on the history of the Latin versions of the Bible
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Latin Vulgate Bible with Douay-Rheims English Translation. Translated by St. Jerome Hieronymus. Biblia Sacra Vulgata.
The Latin Vulgate is an early 5th century version of the Bible in Latin which is largely the result of the labors of Jerome, who was commissioned by Pope Damasus I in
The Latin Vulgate of Jerome was copied from the Old Latin or Italia Version made in 150 AD. That Latin masterpiece was butchered by Jerome, and the last
Latin Vulgate Bible, Biblia Sacra Vulgata. One of the seven Deutero-Canonical books, missing from most non-Catholic Bibles.
Earlier translations were made mainly obsolete by St. Jerome’s Vulgate version of the Bible. Jerome knew Hebrew, and revised and unified the Latin Bibles of the time
The Bible is considered a sacred text by three major world religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Many devout believers consider it to be the literal truth.