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St. Jerome



How many professions can boast their own saint? Though St. Jerome may not be a household name, he is nonetheless the patron saint of translators. As you can imagine, he was a translator himself, and though his ultimate aim as a translator was not money, he sought a currency that transcended mere earthly lucre: translating the Bible.


Imagine a time when there were no computers, no Internet, no instant information for those hard-to-translate terms. In addition, the texts he translated were ancient and widely open to interpretation. For these reasons alone, I was so intrigued by Jerome's life, that I decided to write a short ebook about him. You can download it below.



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