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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A Latin version of the Bible, composed in the 4th Century AD for use in the Roman Church, and which displaced a plethora of previous competing Latin translations. It thus became the “versio vulgate”, or the “version commonly used”/“standard version”. Latin was the dominant language throughout the Roman Church.

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