A General Introduction to the Study of Holy Scripture "teaches the art of studying Holy Scripture." A. E. Breen covers the nature and extent of inspiration, the history of the original texts and the various ancient versions of the Bible, the origin and authority of the Vulgate, the history of modern English versions, the various senses of Scripture, and more. Intended for seminary students, the strength of this book made it popular in and out of the classroom.
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Arthur Edward Breen was born in Amity, New York in 1863. Ordained in 1893, Breen was the rector of St. Patrick's Church in Mount Morris, New York, and Professor of Exegesis and Hebrew at St. Bernard's Theological Seminary.