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Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church
by The Rt. Rev. Henry G. Graham

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This little book about the Bible grew out of lectures which the author delivered on the subject to mixed audiences. There is no pretense of scholarship or of eloquent language; all that is attempted is an accurate exposition along the familiar lines of the Catholic claim historically in regard to the Bible. Bishop Grey Graham was parish priest of Holy Cross, Glasgow. Marked by a deep personal piety, he was a model pastor, who had dedicated his life to the preaching of the Gospel in season and out of season.

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But when the time came for their removal from this world, it was highly expedient that some correct, authoritative, reliable account be left of Our Lord's life by those who had known Him personally, or at least were in a position to have first-hand, uncorrupted information concerning itGraham, you learn the origins of the Bible and trace the role of the Catholic Church in compiling, preserving, and revering the Bible throughout historyJul 12, 2008 Kellee rated it liked it Good thus farOn glancing over a bookseller's catalogue the other day my eye happened to light on some of those that have attained notoriety for their absurd mistakesWilliam Tyndale! And further stillsome years later (the King's veto not having secured the desired effect), after several other editions of the English Bible had been issued and the condition of the Scripture-reading masses was becoming worse and worse in consequence, the same Royal Defender of the Faith caused another Act to be passed (1543) entitled 'for the advancement of true religion and for the abolishment of the contrary'trying to DRIVE HOME the most important pointsIt is true that the approving or condemning of Bible reading in particular centuries or countries is a matter of policy and of discipline on the part of the local Catholic authorities, and depends largely upon the prudence and wisdom and zeal of the Bishops set over them, and does not necessarily involve any action on the part of the Pope as Supreme Head of the Church; and hence one cannot declare infallibly off-hand that there has never been a case of unwise or indiscreet legislation in regard to the matter at the hands of individual BishopsUnder the guidance of the Holy Ghost the Council declared 'This is genuine, that is false'; 'this is Apostolic, that is not Apostolic'

Torture by rack was applied to those who circulated it, and a scholar, DrThis book covers all of the misconceptions that many people hold in regards to the Bible and the Catholic ChurchCHAPTER VWestcott's The Bible in The ChurchAt once, as was to be expected, it was denounced by the Bishop of London, and I do not deny (nor can I see any reason to deplore) the fact that copies of it were burned ceremonially at St Paul's CrossThe truth turns out to be a very commonsensical storyCATHOLIC Again, 'The clergy keep no Bibles from the laity but such translations as be either not yet approved for good, or such as be already reproved for naught (i.e., bad, naughty) as Wycliff's wasGary Michuta's "Why Catholic Bibles are Bigger" handles all of the details of how the books of the Bible were selected and translated into Greek and Latin

40; or Acts iv(6) But time would fail to tell of all the corruptions and perversions of the original texts which are to be found in practically all the Protestant Bibles, down to the present time, and whose existence is proved by the fact that one after the other has been withdrawn, and its place taken by a fresh version, which in its turn was found to be no better than the restOur Blessed Lord Himself never, so far as we know, wrote a line of Scripturecertainly none that has been preservedIt was only when the principle of 'Private judgment' was proclaimed that the Book became 'dangerous' and 'unintelligible', as it is still to the multitudes who will not receive the true interpretation of it at the hands of the Catholic Church, and who are about as competent to understand and explain it by themselves as they are to explain or prophesy the movements of the heavenly bodiesThe simple truth is that the Catholic Church adopted every means at her disposal in these old days to bring a knowledge of God's Word to those who could not read, as well as to those who couldIt is through the Roman Catholic Church that Protestants have got their Bible; there is not (to paraphrase some words of Newman) a Protestant that vilifies and condemns the Catholic Church for her treatment of Holy Scripture, but owes it to that Church that he has the Scripture at allDedicated to all lovers of the written wordas divisions into chapters and verses, and no points or full stops or commas, to let you know where one sentence began and the next finished: hence the reading of one of these ancient records is a matter of some difficulty to the unscholarlyFinally it occurred to one of them to test whether it really was, as the King had said; and of course he discovered that the thing was a joke; the fish weighed exactly the same dead as living, and all the time the Merry Monarch had been 'having them on'They did give the people an "open Bible", but what a Bible!' And Canon Dixon, the cultured Anglican historian, referring to the fact that copies of Tyndale's Bible were burnt, makes these striking remarks: 'If the clergy had acted thus simply because they would have the people kept ignorant of the word of God, they would have been without excuse

In 1834 some chemical mixture was discovered which was applied with much success, and had the effect of restoring the faded lines and letters of those venerable recordsWill any one blame the Church for taking these measures to suppress the poisonous heresy and prevent its spreading, and to save the Sacred Scriptures from being made the mere tool and war-cry of a certain sect? In like manner we may not blame the Church at Oxford under Archbishop Arundel for her famous constitution against Wycliffite and other false versions of the Bible, but rather admire and applaud her wisdom and vigilance and zeal for the purity of the Gospel of Jesus ChristCartloads of books were carried off to the fire or sold to merchants to wrap their wares inBegun about 280 or 250 years before Christ, we may safely say that it was finished in the next century; it was the acknowledged Bible of all the 'Jews of the Dispersion' in Asia, as well as in Egypt, and was the Version used by Our Lord, His Apostles and Evangelists, and by Jews and Gentiles and Christians in the early days of ChristianityHowever ignorant, however stupid, however unlettered, you may, indeed you are bound to cut and carve out a Bible and a Religion for yourself

He studied at Oxford and became a priest, and was seized with the ambition of getting the Bible printed in England(4) The page was divided into two or three or four columns (though the latter is very rare)Catholic Dictionary, Catholic Cyclopedia(d) But over and above these simple and natural causes, there was another which we must not forget, and which was perhaps more far-reaching and powerful than the restI mean the deliberate destruction of the books and manuscripts so as to get the gold and silver and precious stones in which they were set and boundAdd to cart Related Products New Catholic Answer Bible $64.95 Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Truth: The Catholic Church and Gods Plan for You $1.00 The Apostasy That Wasnt: The Extraordinary Story of the Unbreakable Early Church $21.95 The Protestants Dilemma $14.95 We are not discussing that at present, and do not mean to discuss it, because it is beside the question(2 Chron To his lively history of the Bible is added his conversion story, From the Kirk to the Catholic ChurchAbundance of Vernacular Scriptures before Wycliff Chapter XII 79c7fb41ad

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