Book Poses a Question: 'Whose Bible Is It?' Biblical scholar Jaroslav Pelikan of Yale University tells Sheilah Kast about his latest book, Whose Bible Is It?. It's an effort to track scriptural history through the ages. Pelikan concludes that Christians and Jews need each other to understand the sacred text they share.
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Book Poses a Question: 'Whose Bible Is It?'

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Book Poses a Question: 'Whose Bible Is It?'

Book Poses a Question: 'Whose Bible Is It?'

Book Poses a Question: 'Whose Bible Is It?'

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Biblical scholar Jaroslav Pelikan of Yale University tells Sheilah Kast about his latest book, Whose Bible Is It?. It's an effort to track scriptural history through the ages. Pelikan concludes that Christians and Jews need each other to understand the sacred text they share.

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