The Council insists that “all the clergy must hold fast to the Sacred Scriptures through diligent sacred reading and careful study... so that none of them will become ‘an empty preacher of the word of God outwardly, who is not a listener to it inwardly’”. We recognize the Spirit of truth as we would a person; such has been the conviction of all the saints who have remarked on the subject. All we can glean is that, though the realities and words of revelation are only those handed down from the Apostles, nonetheless the Holy Spirit may increase our understanding of these realities and words. One must appeal to the Church’s living Tradition, which is itself the work of the Holy Spirit. It was only in the twentieth century that textual criticism possessed both a wealth of manuscript data and sound objective methods, making possible critical editions that might be accepted for public use among Catholics. Most notably, Pope Leo XIII issued the encyclical Providentissimus Deus (1893), which denounced the rash claims of higher criticism as unsubstantiated impiety, while at the same time commending the use of lower critical methods, including the study of Scripture in its original languages. This is not cause, however, to deny the divine character of Scriptural teaching, any more than the real humanity of Christ contradicts His divinity. A poem is not “false” because the events it describes did not occur historically, for no such assertion is intended. As Pope Leo XIII wrote: Still, the Vulgate remained the only doctrinally normative text acceptable for use in the Latin Church, per decree of the Council of Trent. Bultmann, Wellhausen, etc.) 1:24), and the Old Testament repeatedly portrays the word of God as God’s creative power. These dependencies are not utter dependencies, for each of the three has its own direct connection to the Holy Spirit of truth, albeit by different modes. [3] The term “fundamentalist” arises from a series of essays known as The Fundamentals (1910-15), which defended long-held Christian doctrines (taking a Reformed or Calvinist theological perspective) against modern liberal denials. The constitution Dei Verbum opens by expressing continuity with previous councils: “...following in the footsteps of the Council of Trent and of the First Vatican Council, this present council wishes to set forth authentic doctrine on divine revelation and how it is handed on…”, The purpose of divine revelation is to bring men into fellowship with God, now and in the life to come. ) | Aug 03, 2010 The Council “unhesitatingly” confirms the historical character of the Gospels. Commentary on Dei Verbum. Further, interpretation of Scripture in matters of faith and morals, since this pertains to establishing Christian doctrine, is the prerogative of the Church. Appealing to the unity of all Scripture makes sense only in light of its divine authorship, for the human authors generally had no knowledge of most of the other books. The use of literary analysis to determine the human author’s intent is not the final word on the intended meaning of Holy Scripture, for the Council takes seriously the authorship of the Holy Spirit. God does not merely reach people through didactic inspiration, but through direct engagement with man at specific points in history. This agrees with the perennial faith of the Church, for we say without contradiction that St. Paul was the author of the letter to the Romans, and so was the Holy Spirit. Inspiration of Holy Scripture Summary of Dei Verbum – Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation By: Deacon Ed Sheffer The difficult issue for the Vatican Two fathers, with laying out this document, rested in resolving the relationship of Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and reconciling that there was no error of God’s self-revelation to the world. By the time of the Second Vatican Council, near-universal literacy could be assumed in most nations, which was hardly the case at the time of the last Council in 1870. The Evangelists did not always present material in chronological order, and they used editorial discretion when compiling collections of Christ’s sayings, sometimes adding their own interpretive comments. (DV, 25) In earlier centuries, Scriptural studies had been limited to a minority, due to the difficulty and expense of copying texts. None of this contravenes the integrity of the Gospels, as in all these activities they related the truth about Christ. Central to the commentary’s approach are the theological principles taught by Vatican II for interpreting Scripture “in accord with the same Spirit by which it was written”—that is, interpreting Scripture in its canonical context and in the light of Catholic tradition and the analogy of faith (Dei Verbum, 12). They did not aim to reproduce words and phrases with verbatim accuracy—an object that was not valued in a predominantly oral culture—but only to convey faithfully the substantive meaning of Christ’s teaching. Nonetheless, since in his entire writing he is guided by the Spirit of Truth, there will be no falsehood in anything he asserts. Sacred Scripture in the Life of the Church Lower criticism involved the comparison of extant manuscripts in order to determine, as closely as possible, the original verbal form of the text, removing copyist errors and editorial glosses. It was the result of the Conciliar fathers who worked in the doctrine of revelation: explaining and developing the understanding of God's communication to the human being. It could be that Scripture and Tradition cover the same doctrines, while helping to clarify each other. "Rediscovering Vatican II" is a wonderfully insightful commentary on the theological output and resultant impact on the Roman Catholic Christian faith as it is declared in one the one of the principal documents issued by Vatican II, "Die Verbum" (Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation) or in short "Word of God". Summary of Dogmatic Constitution Dei Verbum. The various revelations of the Old Testament are all oriented toward preparing man for the Savior who is to come. Thus the decrees of the Magisterium do not constitute a new body of revelation. His New Testament text was reconstructed by Protestant scholars in what is known as the Stuttgart Vulgate (1969). Yet neither the Tridentine synod nor the modern Council have specified if the doctrinal content of Scripture and Tradition are coextensive. Reading the Bible in accord with Dei Verbum along the lines sketched above means “mystagogy,” the actualization of salvation history in the Church’s liturgical and sacramental present as … 17. Thus it applies only to propositions, not individual words or letters, which standing alone, do not admit of truth or falsity. It might allow, for example, that St. Matthew’s Gospel was actually written by a companion of the Apostle. Dei Verbum reaffirms the Council of Trent’s teaching that Scripture is not the only basis of revealed doctrine. Verbum Dei is an international family united … Only the divine author, the Holy Spirit, would have such knowledge, and be able to reveal it, with or without the full understanding of the inspired writer. J. Ratzinger, Commentary on Dei Verbum Articles 8-10 - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Its use of internal evidence is conditioned by well-defined heuristic principles and by external evidence. Thus we find that the world of post-Conciliar Catholic Biblical studies follows quite different norms from those envisioned by Dei Verbum. These divinely inspired books, therefore, “remain permanently valuable.” (DV, 14; cf. Other theses did not overtly contradict the faith, but at least seemed highly difficult to reconcile with it. In the early Tridentine era, Scriptural studies by Catholic laity were positively discouraged, as these often relied on faulty editions informed by heretical theologies. While these sources are themselves informed by Holy Scripture in many respects, this does not excuse preachers of the responsibility of learning Scripture directly insofar as they are able. Joseph Ratzinger, later Pope Benedict XVI, identified three overall themes in Dei verbum: (1) the new view of the phenomenon of tradition; (2) the theological problem of the application of critical historical methods to the interpretation of Scripture; and (3) the biblical movement that had been growing from the turn of the twentieth century. In other words, we should not read too much into every phrase as though it were a special revelation about some worldly truth, but instead regard expressions according to the common modes of speech used by the ancients. The purpose of these interventions was to prepare a people for the “plan of salvation foretold by the sacred authors” of the Old Testament. Liturgical, Scriptural, Digital: Catholic. In 1907, Pope St. Pius X forcefully denounced the ideological underpinnings of critical impieties, under the rubric of “Modernism.” “Modernism” is not a cohesive ideology held by a self-identified group of “Modernists,” but an umbrella term for the heterodox combination of theology with various modern ideological trends, such as relativism, liberalism, and secularism. The First Vatican Council, in its dogmatic constitution Dei Filius (1870), reaffirmed and clarified Tridentine teaching about the content and interpretation of Scripture. By the mid-twentieth century, textual criticism (formerly called “lower criticism”) had developed mostly objective norms in its methodology, and its value came to be more widely appreciated among Catholic exegetes. They relate what Christ really did and taught for eternal salvation. Its judgments are preliminary and subject to the review and final judgment of the Magisterium. 9. In its résumé of the Old Testament, the Council presupposes the historical reality of the covenants with Abraham and Moses, the miraculous manifestations to the Israelites, and the divine inspiration of the prophets. The absence of punishment is merely consequent to the fact that the Church has abandoned the temporal sword (where it has not already been seized from her). Per the modes of writing then current, the Evangelists freely selected and arranged the content of existing oral and written sources, according to the themes and concerns of their churches. The use of Latin in the liturgy prevented most people from understanding what Scripture was read, though this was remedied by permitting vernacular readings at Mass in the mid-twentieth century. Such increase is accessible even to ordinary believers through contemplation, though only the teaching of the Magisterium has the guarantee of truth. God realized His plan “by deeds and words having an inner unity” and also a clear historical pattern. The Council allows that not all of Scripture is to be understood in the plain literal sense, while at the same time leaving intact the traditional doctrines of divine inspiration and inerrancy. Divine revelation, which is the word of God expressed in Scripture and Tradition, is the basis of all Christian doctrine. This is in marked contrast with the Apostles, to whom the Scriptures were opened by the Holy Spirit imparted by the risen Christ. • The Council Fathers desired to lay out “authentic doctrine on divine revelation and how it is handed on” (DV 1) – The document’s intent is to define doctrine on revelation with the vision of a more coherent … Both Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture convey the word of God, so they are depicted as two streams of revelation. Historical Background Discover the facts and figures of Scripture and theology with the power of resources like the Catholic Encyclopedia and Sacramentum Mundi and the magisterial wisdom of the Church. This principle guarantees that the meaning of the Scriptures will be generally accessible to us, for this does not demand the impossible task of scrutinizing the mind of God. God does not momentarily or intermittently cease to be Truth and commit error when asserting things incidental to His primary purpose. This spoken and practiced Gospel actually precedes even the written Gospels. Another aspect of the Council’s teaching is the unity of the plan of salvation across time. 1. In the modern era, especially as contrasted with Protestants, it often seemed as though Catholics had relatively little regard for Sacred Scripture, due to the comparative neglect of Biblical study among Catholic laity. Our faith in Scripture is not based on its self-evident truth—in many places, we do not even know what it asserts, much less how to evaluate the assertion. Yet it is by no means necessary to compromise the Church’s perennial teaching on the divine inspiration of Scripture in order to avoid the pitfalls of geocentrism, young-earth creationism, and the like. Our Father made an in-depth commentary in issue 51 of the CRC. Vernacular translations of the Bible were already permitted by the Church for centuries, though these always used the Vulgate as a template. Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Those Apostles who preached and taught observances from their knowledge of Christ and His Spirit were no less inspired than “those Apostles and apostolic men who under the inspiration of the same Holy Spirit committed the message of salvation to writing.” (DV, 7). They actually wrote the words, which are therefore human words. without penalty. The transmission of the full revelation of Christ was commissioned in the first place to the Apostles (“sent ones”), who were ordered to preach the Gospel to all men. The responsa of the Pontifical Biblical Commission (the most important of these issued from 1905 to 1915) contradicted a number of widely held critical theses (notably the two-source hypothesis of the Synoptic Gospels), while allowing latitude in other areas (e.g., allowing non-Mosaic glosses in the Pentateuch, permitting denial of Davidic authorship of the Psalms). Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation (Dei Verbum), Vatican II on the Lay Apostolate: 1. Rom. la Verbi Dei postulationes haud renuntiandae. Post-conciliar liturgy has emphasized this unity of the Word revealed in Scripture and in the Eucharist by structuring the Mass as composed of the Liturgies of the Word and of the Eucharist. See full bio. The Holy Spirit can neither deceive nor be deceived, as even liberal Catholics will admit. It retains the original preface and the chapter and numbering according to the actual ordered sections of the document.) The New Testament Pope Pius XII noted that the Council of Trent upheld the Vulgate edition as “authentic” only among the Latin versions then in circulation, not to “diminish the authority and value of the original texts.” (Divino Afflante Spiritu, 21). Since Sacred Tradition includes liturgical and devotional practices, it most certainly is not coextensive in content with Sacred Scripture, though this still does not answer the question of whether all doctrine is at least implied in Scripture. There is nothing lacking in this revelation, which definitively shows and establishes what God wishes for the salvation of men. Whatever the inspired authors assert is also asserted by the Holy Spirit. All comments are moderated. 15:4), The Council holds a distinctively Christian understanding of the Old Covenant:[1]. 5. Still, the historical and doctrinal fidelity of the Gospels should not compel us to a rigid literalism of interpretation. At the time, a distinction was made between “lower” and “higher” criticism. At the time of the Council, it issued the document De historica evangeliorum veritate (1964), which upheld the historical character of the Gospels, yet allowed that the Evangelists may have changed the order, specific wording, and context of the same deeds, for the benefit of their readers. This sort of exegesis does a real service to the Church, since revealing more exactly what the sacred writer intended to assert also clarifies what the Holy Spirit intended to assert, per the Church’s definition of inspiration. In the early Tridentine period, vernacular Bibles were generally viewed with scorn by Catholics, since the act of translation could and did occasion much doctrinal mischief. While largely focused on Scripture, Dei Verbum is a teaching about divine revelation as a whole, not just the Bible. In the sixth and last chapter (“Sacred Scripture in the life of the Church”), the Council emphasizes that the preaching of the Church must be nourished by Sacred Scripture (21), easy access to Scripture should be provided for all the faithful (22), the Eastern and Western Fathers as well as the early liturgies should be studied along with Scripture (23), and “sacred theology rests on the written word of God, together with sacred tradition, as its primary and perpetual foundation” (24). God is its Author insofar as he inspired it, but human beings are its “true authors” (DV 11). Yet there is another way in which God reveals Himself: The purpose of this more direct divine revelation is to show the way to salvation. Aloys Grillmeier’s commentary on Chapter III of DV demonstrates that there was a lively debate that ensued over the phrase “for the sake of our salvation” at the council. The ancient Hebrews commonly used physical images or figures of speech to represent more abstract ideas, and the interpreter would do well to reveal the intended meaning behind the proper literal sense. … Even when following an authentic edition, an uneducated Catholic might be easily misled by the superficial or apparent meaning of text, if he does not have a comprehensive knowledge of Scripture and Tradition as interpreted by the Church. They may even authorize editions “for the use of non-Christians and adapted to their situation.” (DV, 25). Still, the purpose of Scripture—to expound the faith and morals necessary for salvation—does have an important exegetical role. To lighten our editing burden, only current donors are allowed to Sound Off. Rather, “truth is set forth and expressed differently” depending on genre. The outline is straightforward. Sacred Scripture in the Life of the Church, the most important of these issued from 1905 to 1915. The commentary includes a translation of the document Dei Verbum, also known as The Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, along with background information and insightful commentary. The higher critics claimed to have proven a number of theses that were at odds not only with particular Christian doctrines, but even with the basic authenticity and divine inspiration of Scripture. Other teachings, most notably its ritual prescriptions, are only temporary, as they have been replaced by the sacramental dispensation. The Gospel had been promised before Christ and, when Christ came, He brought it to fulfillment and entrusted it to the Apostles who “handed on what they had received from the lips of Christ, from living with Him, and from what He did or what they had learned through the prompting of the Holy Spirit”. The present Council prefers the term “living tradition,” indicating that Sacred Tradition did not end with the Fathers (though they are reliable witnesses to Tradition), but continues even today. In this sense, they are all of apostolic origin. We have only to determine what the human author intended to assert, and thus learn also what the Holy Spirit asserts. Christ Himself upbraided the Pharisees for failing to recognize the Messiah foretold in the Scriptures (John 5:45-46; cf. Higher criticism, also known as form criticism, attempted to determine how and why a text was first composed, mainly by looking at internal literary clues, but also by considering cultural context. The reality of revelation cannot be separated from historical reality. Here the Council identifies the “word of God,” in the sense of the revealed word for our salvation (manifest in Scripture and Tradition), with the Word who is the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, i.e., Christ. THE year 1964 was a seminal year for Gospel studies. Preface. - email 1. Many of those produced after the Council, however, took greater liberties in translation, sometimes deviating from the original text in favor of more theory-laden interpretation. It cannot be that the author was deceived into relating myth as fact, for though men can be deceived, the Holy Spirit cannot. The last sentence quoted may seem to imply a progressivist, evolutionary notion of ecclesiastical history, in accordance with modern futurism. Every age finds its own set of problems in Scripture, depending on its perspective. 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