Saint Bede


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Noun1.Saint Bede - (Roman Catholic Church) English monk and scholar (672-735)Saint Bede - (Roman Catholic Church) English monk and scholar (672-735)
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Coun Kerr added: "The oldest complete Latin bible still in existence and the first ever history of England, compiled by Saint Bede in the 7th century, were both written in Jarrow.
He is worthy to take his place in a long line of saints and scholars from these islands, Saint Bede, Saint Hilda, Saint Aelred, Blessed Duns Scotus, to name but a few.
More than 11 centuries after his death, the Catholic Church declared the monk Saint Bede the Venerable (worthy of respect).
To explore the writings of the Anglo-Saxon saint Bede (673-735), scholars of literature, history, and religion draw on recent perspectives that include attention to his exegesis in addition to the history he is best known for today, the inter-textual dimension of his writing, and his self-conception as a writer and scholar.