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Jerome, Scholarship and the Deuterocanonical Books – CHS 028

Jerome, Scholarship and the Deuterocanonical Books

In an earlier episode, Dr. Erik Estrada claimed that it is almost virtually impossible to root out the idea from scholarship that Jerome rejected the Deuterocanonical books.

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Augustine, Jerome and Their Use of Each Other’s Writings – CHS 027

Augustine, Jerome and Their Use of Each Other’s Writing

What was the connection between Jerome and Augustine? Were they contemporaries? Did they influence on each other?

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The Bible and the Canon – Similarities and Differences in Terminology – CHS 0026

The Bible and the Canon – Similarities and Differences in Terminology

What is the difference between the canon of Scripture and the Bible. In this episode we discuss the key differences and similarities in the terms “canon” and “Bible.”

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Jerome and the Old Testament Canon pt 2 – Three Perspectives on Deuterocanonical Books – CHS 0025

Jerome and the Old Testament Canon pt 2 – Three Perspectives on Deuterocanonical Books

Over the course of his life (ca. 331/347-419/420), Jerome adopted three perspectives toward the canon of the Old Testament. Although he is very often seen as one who completely rejected the authority of the Deuterocanonical books (e.g., Judith, Tobit and Sirach),

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Jerome and the Old Testament Canon pt 1 – Life, Context and Work – CHS 0024

Jerome and the Old Testament Canon pt 1 – Life, Context and Work

Since the sixteenth-century and even much earlier, Jerome’s (ca. 331/347-419/420) has had an enormous impact on the way Christians have thought about the canon of the Old Testament.

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Origen’s Life, Writings, Reception and Orthodoxy – CHS 0023

Origen’s Life, Writings, Reception and Orthodoxy

Was Origen of Alexandria an orthodox-Catholic Christian? In other words, did Origen possess an orthodox faith? In this episode we briefly discuss the complexities involved in answering this question.

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