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Tyndale Bible of 1534 By William Tyndale
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This is a hardcover (with dust jacket) text reprint of William Tyndale's Bible as published in 1534. This consists of the Penteteuch (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy), Jonah,... More > and the New Testament. Includes an index.< Less
tyndale new testament By William tyndale
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The first translation of the New Testament direct from the original Greek into English - for which Tyndale as martyred - and the foundation of the wondrous King James version
Tyndale New Testament By William Tyndale
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The first English translation of the New Testament from the original Greek -for which Tyndale was martyred Fromm
WILLIAM TYNDALE By Robert Demaus
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This is a reprint of Robert Demaus' book entitled William Tindale: A Biography
1526 William Tyndale New Testament By William Tyndale & Rev Terry kulakowski
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In the years Tyndale spent evading Henry VIII’s spies, he’d begun translating the Old Testament with the financial backing of a few English traders. Now Wolsey was gone, he judged it safe... More > to move to Antwerp in 1534 and live there openly. He was befriended by an Englishman called Henry Philips, who professed an interest in the reformed faith. In fact, he was an agent – either of Henry VIII or the new English Church< Less
The New Testament By William Tyndale
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The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by William Tyndale. Reproduction of the original edition, 1526.
The New Testament By William Tyndale
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The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by William Tyndale. Reproduction of the original edition, 1526.
The New Testament By William Tyndale
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The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by William Tyndale. Reproduction of the original edition, 1526.
The Parable of the Wicked Mammon: The Truth of Scripture and Jesus Christ by a Martyr of the Reformation (Hardcover) By William Tyndale
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In this book William Tyndale, one of the most renowned religious scholars of the Reformation, writes his explanations of justification by faith. The Parable of the Wicked Mammon is the very first... More > work which carries William Tyndale's name. Selecting chapter sixteen from the Book of Luke as a basis, Tyndale explains crucial differences between emerging Protestant beliefs and the established Catholic system. By choosing this passage, Tyndale is able to explain justification and the fruits of it, thereby highlighting a central motivation behind the ensuing Reformation. Notably, this work sees the author acknowledge for the first time his new translation of the Biblical New Testament. Writing in part to blunt the blame levied upon the Protestant cause as being behind outbreaks of violence in Europe, Tyndale sought to frame his arguments in religious terms. By admitting his translation of the Bible, Tyndale reveals that he is opposed to keeping the scripture out of the hands of the common people.< Less
The Parable of the Wicked Mammon: The Truth of Scripture and Jesus Christ by a Martyr of the Reformation By William Tyndale
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In this book William Tyndale, one of the most renowned religious scholars of the Reformation, writes his explanations of justification by faith. The Parable of the Wicked Mammon is the very first... More > work which carries William Tyndale's name. Selecting chapter sixteen from the Book of Luke as a basis, Tyndale explains crucial differences between emerging Protestant beliefs and the established Catholic system. By choosing this passage, Tyndale is able to explain justification and the fruits of it, thereby highlighting a central motivation behind the ensuing Reformation. Notably, this work sees the author acknowledge for the first time his new translation of the Biblical New Testament. Writing in part to blunt the blame levied upon the Protestant cause as being behind outbreaks of violence in Europe, Tyndale sought to frame his arguments in religious terms. By admitting his translation of the Bible, Tyndale reveals that he is opposed to keeping the scripture out of the hands of the common people.< Less

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