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The first English Bible translated from the original languages William Tyndale believed the Bible should be available in the vernacular?the common people?s speech. He famously declared, ?The boy that
Hardcover, 720 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Hendrickson Publishers (first published June 15th 2000)
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Warwick
Just as reading a familiar text in translation can be eye-opening – forcing you to think about the meaning, rather than skating along familiar phrases – so reading these gospels in Tyndale's 16th-century English gave me a completely fresh take on the story they tell.

And there can't be many books that benefit more from a fresh approach than the gospels. I'm not a religious person, but I think anyone of my generation and background knows most of what happens here inside-out, and not just the narra
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Russel
I loved reading this translation that predated the KJV by 75 years. The spelling definitely differs and so did the wording, but the size of the print and the books format definitely made it a pleasant experience.
Pjfinnigan
A powerful use of English. One soon internalizes the odd vocabulary, grammar and spelling so it is no distraction at all..
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