You mean the same Vulgate, written decades after the Bible as a whole was first known, comissioned by somebody who had already memorised and studied some versions of the book he wanted to write the original of, and which somehow inspired the writing of its various passages and gospels centuries before its own existence?
Wow. That book truly is a 'master' copy. Then again, time travel seems to be easily within God's powers, so it must be my unbelievingness that leads me to call "b***s***!".
Now, how about you make a reply that is coherent and relevant? Because quoting huge swaths of Bible that have no relevance to the topic, accompanied by a couple of lines that do nothing but explain your theology of the text, are not in any way useful to a debate.