TYNDALE BIBLE, Earliest English Translation of the New Testament

TYNDALE BIBLE, Earliest English Translation of the New Testament

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by William Tyndale
     
 
Give diligence, reader (I exhort thee) that thou come with a pure mind, and, as the Scripture saith, with a single eye, unto the words of health and of eternal life, by the which (if we repent and believe them) we are born anew, created afresh, and enjoy the fruits of the blood of Christ. Which blood crieth not for vengeance, as the blood of Abel, but hath purchased

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Give diligence, reader (I exhort thee) that thou come with a pure mind, and, as the Scripture saith, with a single eye, unto the words of health and of eternal life, by the which (if we repent and believe them) we are born anew, created afresh, and enjoy the fruits of the blood of Christ. Which blood crieth not for vengeance, as the blood of Abel, but hath purchased life, love, favour, grace, blessing, and whatsoever is promised in the Scriptures, to them that believe and obey God, and stondeth between us and wrath, vengeance, curse, and whatsoever the Scripture threateneth against the unbelievers and disobedient, which resist, and consent not in their hearts to the law of God, that it is right, wholy, just, and ought so to be.
Mark the plain and manifest places of the Scriptures, and in doubtful places see thou add no interpretation contrary to them; but (as Paul saith) let all be conformable and agreeing to the faith.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012393296
Publisher:
Ernest Marsh
Publication date:
03/19/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
708,111
File size:
492 KB

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William Tyndale (1494-1536) Biblical translator and martyr; born most probably at North Nibley (15 miles south-west of Gloucester), England, in 1494; died at Vilvoorden (6 miles north-east of Brussels), Belgium, Oct. 6, 1536. Tyndale was descended from an ancient Northumbrian family, went to school at Oxford, and afterward to Magdalen Hall and Cambridge.

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TYNDALE BIBLE, Earliest English Translation of the New Testament 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
AverageReader76 More than 1 year ago
Of course I haven't read it all the way through. My reason for getting it was to compare to what we have now. As far as it working on my Nook, it works fine
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't get this book if you do not have a good understanding of scripture. (It IS free, however) It is written in VERY "Olde" English, but one can figure it out phonetically. I think it's a hoot! And Tyndale is a very respected translator. I'm enjoying it very much!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the way it is spelled out,useful when wanting to know what a photo copy say's.