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Which Bible Should You Read? A Short Comparison and Commentary on Modern Bible Translations
This book is a brief analysis showing which is the most accurate, safest English translation of the Sacred Scriptures. Not surprisingly, the traditional Catholic English version of the Sacred Scriptures, the Douay-Rheims Version, the faithful translation of St. Jerome's Latin Vulgate Bible - the official Latin version of the Roman Catholic Church - emerges from this analys ...more
Published December 2000 by TAN Books & Publishers
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The best modern Scriptural Study available exposing the distortion of the Word of God in the hands of modern Biblical scholars - Protestants and "Novus Ordo" (Vatican II "New Order") 'Catholics' alike - face to face with the texts they themselves consider as authoritative for the revised version their respective sects require (that is, suiting the mentality of their leaders and members). Vindicates the authoritative accuracy of the Holy Catholic Douay-Rheims Version (based upon St. Jerome's Sacr ...more
I've always thought that modern translations of the Bible lacked literary style and beauty, but never fathomed that so many foundational verses were either translated poorly(which in turn undermines Catholic teachings) or even left out entirely. Now I want to dig a little deeper and see what Bishop Challoner's revisions actually altered in the original Douay-Rheims translation.