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Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church
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Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church

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Catholic Answers 1997

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Overview

Learn the origins of the Bible and trace the role of the Catholic Church in compiling, preserving, and revering the Bible throughout history in Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church. Bishop Henry Graham refutes charges that the Catholic Church is somehow opposed to Scripture. This edition also includes Bishop Graham’s conversion story—a compelling account of how this Calvinist minister was drawn to the Catholic faith and eventually became a bishop. If you love the written word of God, you owe it to yourself to read this book and learn about the Bible’s history—and the Church’s important role in preserving and promoting (not opposing) sacred Scripture.

In Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church, you’ll find the answer to these and other questions such as:

  • Are Catholics anti-Bible?
  • Who compiled biblical text?
  • Who organized the text?
  • How was the Bible preserved?
  • What role does the Bible play in the Catholic faith?

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Key Features

  • Refutes charges that the Catholic Church is somehow opposed to Scripture
  • Includes Bishop Graham’s conversion story
  • Discusses the Church’s role in preserving and promoting sacred Scripture

Contents

  • Some Errors Removed
  • The Making of the Old Testament
  • The Church Precedes the New Testament
  • The Church Compiles the New Testament
  • Deficiencies of the Protestant Bible
  • The Originals and Their Disappearance
  • Variations in the Text Fatal to Protestant Theory
  • Our Debt to the Monks
  • Bible Reading in the Dark Ages
  • Where Are All the Medieval Bibles?
  • Vernacular Scriptures before Wycliff
  • Why Wycliff Was Condemned
  • Tyndale’s Condemnation Vindicated
  • A Deluge of Erroneous Versions
  • The Catholic’s Bible
  • Envoi

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About Henry Graham

Henry Graham was brought up a Calvinist in Scotland, became a minister, but found himself irresistibly drawn to Catholicism, became a priest, and eventually became a bishop.