William Tyndale (sometimes spelled Tynsdale, Tindall, Tindill, Tyndall; c. 1492–1536) was an English scholar who became a leading figure in Protestant reform in the years leading up to his execution.
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I will cause a boy who drives a plow to know more of the scriptures than the pope. - William Tyndale
William Tyndale had a brick for a pillow and an open toilet at the foot of his bed. This is not what he went to monk school for.
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To have a therefore, or a trust in any thing, where hath not promised, is plain idolatry -William Tyndale. -
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By I understand the favor of and also the gifts and working of his in us; -William Tyndale. -
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"For where right faith is, there bringeth she forth good works." William Tyndale
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A brief biography of the life of William Tyndale: May the Word be as precious to us as it was to him!
The of is the multitude of all those who believe in Christ for the remission of sins -William Tyndale. -
As William Tyndale put it, when God “buildeth he casteth all downe first. He is no patcher.”–
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The is the one institution that exists for those outside it. -William Tyndale. -
"Thou must therefore go along by the Scripture as by a line until thou come at Christ which is the way's end and re…
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is with us until the world's end. Let his little flock be bold therefore. -William Tyndale. -
William Tyndale found an interesting prophecy in 2 Peter for the last age of the earth. Perhaps it…
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William Tyndale from "The Obedience of the Christian Man." @ The Chapel in Marlboro
"Moreover I will put hatred between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed. And that seed shall tre…
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It was impossible to establish the lay people in any truth except the were plainly laid before their eyes. -William Tyndale. -
No doubt about it, the father of the English Bible is the peerless William Tyndale.
The William Tyndale Bible code of Isiah: . If God exist, then it was God who cursed my people with a...
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Love is not the cause of forgiveness. Forgiveness causes The more we are forgiven, the more we love. -William Tyndale. -
If you heard a sermon preached today from an English bible; you can thank John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Thomas Cranm…
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- A Brief Introduction to the Life and Ministry of William Tyndale
Tyndale had a singular desire, and that was to see the Word of God available in the native language of his people.
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"The Bible is its own interpreter in the sense that it does its own interpreting: it interprets its readers." William Tyndale
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Martin Luther and William Tyndale on the State of the Dead.
Fun fact: my ancestor, William Tyndale, was burned at the stake as a heretic 6 Oct 1536.
England had Christians like John Wesley, John Wycliffe, & William Tyndale is today a country desperately in need of spiritual renewal.
William Tyndale was burned at the stake for making a term his English Bible. Would you be willing to give your life for anything?
Sept 9. is the feast day of St. William Tyndale, who died a martyr for the cause of the Word of God
On this date in 1536, William Tyndale, Bible translator, was martyred.
If you've read a Bible, it's because William Tyndale said yes to God! See today's story:…
When you hold a bible in your hands, remember someone paid with their life for that privilege. THANKYOU William Tyndale!
William Tyndale's final prayer before execution? Salvation for his murderer, the King.
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Picture of Loretta Lynch at Red Mass where they pray to the co-murderer of William Tyndale (Thomas More).
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William Tyndale, translator of the Bible and religious reformer, was born in 1494 and died in 1536:
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William Tyndale’s last words as he was being burned at the stake: “Lord, open the King of England’s eyes.”
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.. William Tyndale was murdered (1536) as heretic because his bible translation exposed the con 4 all to see
No more doth it hurt to say that the body and blood are not in the sacrament.
"Where the Spirit is, there it is always summer, for there there are always good fruits, that is to say, good works." - William Tyndale
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In the old covenants the people were sprinkled with blood of calves without, in their bo...
I read mostly from William Tyndale's translation of the bible.I only go to the KJV for the scripture William Tyndale never got to publish
Martin Luther and William Tyndale spoke against the false teaching of the immortal soul.
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"Christ is with us until the end. Therefore, let his little flock be bold." - William Tyndale
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Moore opposed the Protestant Reformation, particularly the theology of Martin Luther & William Tyndale.
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For the last time, people, my costume is Sexy William Tyndale, not Slutty William Shakespeare! Shakespeare was like half a century later!
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William Tyndale being burned at the stake.
In his third book he proceedeth forth as before, to prove that the opinions which the popish teach without...
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William Tyndale phrases we still use today 77. gave up the ghost
...for theirs is the Kingdom of God.From the book of Matthew & from an Exposition upon the v,vi,vii chapters of Matthew by William Tyndale.
William Tyndale in his love of the Bible, believed people should be able to read the Bible in their own language.
A genius of the English language,long before the King James Bible & Shakespeare existed,there was William Tyndale!
Heros' of the Faith Day is TOMORROW, Oct 28th at 6:30 pm. We'll have Games, Candy, Worship, and the story of the hero William Tyndale!
A statue of the Protestant reformer William Tyndale, which stands in Victoria Park, London
Sex, cursing, and William Tyndale. talks media with the Always a great perspective.
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"479 years ago [10/6/15] William Tyndale was killed for translating the Bible into English."
On this date in 1536 William Tyndale strangled to death because he translated the N T into our language. His sacrifice still…
I rejoice daily and give thanks to God Almighty for men like John Wycliffe, William Tyndale for Gods word in common tongue. Amen.
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William Tyndale, burnt alive 4 translating the Bible to English. Last words: Lord, open the King of England's eyes!
EH Lewis called William Tyndale the first “tolerable paragrapher” in English:
...book of Acts, The Protestant Reformation of Martin Luther, and the Enlightenment of John Wycliffe and William Tyndale! See Sinners in the
oil painting by Alexander Johnston depicts William Tyndale translating the Bible into English.
"I cannot unbelieve what I believe" William Tyndale to Thomas Cromwell
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Punished just for sharing information. Then: William Tyndale Today: Edward Snowden
and I have a pretty good inclination that this is mainly based on William Tyndale's work.
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Get rid of all the junk of false teaching,don't look to YouTube or any other media.If u can get a William Tyndale old & New Testament.seek.
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William Tyndale phrases we still use today: 43. Ask and it shall be given you
to know more of the scriptures than you!" - William Tyndale (Bible Translator and Hero of the Faith)
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Quote from William Tyndale who gave his life to translating the Bible into English.
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"The Clintons long have violated the law by refusing to register as agents of foreign governments." — William Tyndale
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"The fruit on a tree doth not make the tree good or bad, but telleth us wether the tree is a good tree or a bad tree." . (William Tyndale)
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I give you a portrait of William Tyndale painted c.1534. .
… that make a man's heart glad, and make him sing, dance and leap for joy." - William Tyndale
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No more for now but William Tyndale's work of 1526 lives on in St Paul's Cathedral Library
The people which sat in darkness,saw great light.& 2 them which sat in the region & shadow of death,light is sprong.Math 4(William Tyndale)
"If William Tyndale can be burned at the stake in hellish torture I think you can do your bible homework in climate controlled environment."
William Tyndale phrases we still use today: 42. Knock and it shall be opened
William Tyndale didn’t go looking for martyrdom, it was martyrdom that came looking for him. We must live passionately and trust God!
The green horse is mentioned in William Tyndale's translation.Get to know wisdom and He will guide you.
William Tyndale phrases we still use today: 41. Judge not that you not be judged
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Translating bibles and throwing bonfires smh.
William Tyndale phrases we still use today: the powers that be
The life and death of William Tyndale
William Tyndale. Published the entire NT into English from Greek. 1526. For this he was martyred. Do u know what's worth dying for?
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The nature of God’s word is to fight against hypocrites - William Tyndale
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Chuck Swindoll on Predestination Romans 9 "Predestination. Just the word appears intimidating. It is perhaps one of the most difficult concepts in all of Christian doctrine because it appears on the surface to rob humans of their most precious treasure: their autonomy. While the doctrine challenges our notions of self-determination, it is ultimately what separates Christians from humanists, who proclaim that the fate of the world is ours to decide. The past, they say, has been fired in the kiln of history and cannot be altered, but tomorrow is still soft and pliable clay, ready to be shaped by the hands of humanity. Individually and collectively, we— not an almighty figment of wishful thinking— will determine our own future. Put in today’s terms, “It’s all about us.” Today, I stand in the company of great theologians, preachers, teachers, missionaries, and evangelists to proclaim exactly the opposite. I join the ranks of reformers like William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, John Calvin , Huldrych Zwi ...
This Pic Posted On FB; Claiming 21st Century Christians Insane The only insanity here is fabricating lies like that. Here's a brief history of the Bible and King James Version mostly taken from Wikipedia: 1) Bible consists of 66+ books written by 40+ authors over a span of approx 1500 years 2) the oldest book written in 7th Century BC (some believe 1500 BC) and youngest book in 45 AD William Tyndale, an English contemporary of Martin Luther, translated the first English New Testament in the 15th century. He revised his New Testament over the next ten years in light of rapidly advancing biblical scholarship, and embarked on a translation of the Old Testament. Despite some controversial translation choices, the merits of Tyndale's work and prose style made his translation widely accepted and the ultimate basis for all subsequent renditions into Early Modern English. With these translations lightly edited and adapted by Myles Coverdale, in 1539, Tyndale's New Testament and his incomplete work on the Old Test ...
William Tyndale And The Plow-boy I have a copy of William Tyndale's New Testament (1525). It's one of my greatest treasures. Every time I look at it I'm reminded what it cost others to get me God's word in English. Tyndale gave his life for the Word of God. Church leaders for centuries made sure the common people couldn't get their hands on God's word. They set up a priest class. This class was built on the belief that the common people were too dumb to understand the Scriptures. A special gifted priest class was needed to teach the common folk. In reality, the priest class wasn't about teaching the masses, it was about controlling the masses. A thinking people are a threat to the prestige and power of the elite "doctors of divinity." One day Tyndale was dealing with a Roman clergyman. The clergyman said it was a heresy to spread the Scriptures to the common man. They said that God's Word was too hard to understand without the help of the approved Church "Doctors." The "Priest" went so far as to say that ...
If you enjoy reading the Bible in English, take a moment today to honor the legacy of William Tyndale. On this date in 1536, Tyndale was tied to a stake outside of Brussels, strangled and burned. His crime? Translating the Scriptures into the English language.
William Tyndale, translator of the New & Old Testament, was burned at the stake on Oct 6, 1536, as a by the Holy Roman Empire
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The 1st print was 1475, and individuals such as; Johann Fust, William Tyndale, Johannes Gutenberg,
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The Dark Bible A Short History of the Bible The stories of the Bible evolved slowly over centuries before the existence of orthodox religions. Many belief cults spread stories and myths probably handed down by oral tradition from generation to generation before people wrote them down. Many of the stories originally came from Egyptian and Sumerian cults. All of these early religions practiced polytheism, including the early Hebrews. Some of the oldest records of the stories that later entered the Old Testament came from thousands of small cylinder seals depicting creation stories, excavated from the Mesopotamia period. These early artifacts and artworks (dated as early as 2500 B.C.E.) established the basis for the Garden of Eden stories a least a thousand years before it impacted Hebrew mythology. Mesopotamian Eden predates Genesis An example of a cylinder seal depicting a Garden of Eden story. A man and woman sitting under the seven branched Tree of Life. Note the snake on the right. Akkadian Cylinder Sea ...
You know, it really got me thinking, about how the writings of Joyce Meyer, Kenneth Copeland, Joel Osteen, Mike Murdock and others; how they all can be found under "Christian Living" and "nonfiction" in our "Christian" book retailers. But what do these hybrid, Biblical-plagiarizers know about Non-fictitious, Christian living? Some of these culprits preach a message that if you’re not FILTHY rich, there is something wrong with you spiritually; that you're a "spiritual reject" (look who's talking). That if you don't rob from your children's mouths, your pensions or refinance your home, to give to their "ministries", you're in rebellion to God and won't get into heaven. Truth be known, these folks don't like what the Bible says. Prosperity, name-it-claim-it health and wealthers, don't like the fact, the Bible said to "keep yourselves from the love of money and be content in ALL things" (Hebrews 13:5). Nor do they like the fact that greed is called "idolatry" in Colossians 3:5 and is lumped right alongside ...
William Tyndale was executed (in 1536) for believing the true BIBLE, and disproving the perverted Catholic text. This led to the KJV. 😊
10 years ago this month, William Tyndale Class of 2003! Blast from the past
The Well They Dug(The Reformers) is Filled Up again, Where Are the Men With A PickAxe And Shovel to Dig Again? Amongst the ranks of the Saints of every generation we find pioneers, prophets, preachers and persecuted saints. They carried a pickaxe and shovel to dig out trenches that God filled with Holy Ghost outpourings. These men dug wells both new and restored old ones that had been filled up, God used them to dig fresh well of Revival and Reformation, God used them also to evacuate those wells that the previous generations has filled up with heresies. We are told that Abraham dug many wells amidst much opposition. In the same vain all these men dug these wells in the midst of greatest oppositions in their days, Martin Luther was faced with contempt on his 99 Thesis against the papacy, William Tyndale was executed for transcribing the Bible to English, Oh What of Adoniram Judson, the first missionary to India, time will not permit to mention the Oxford Matrys etc.Now that these men have all died has t . ...
William Tyndale phrases we still use 1: Under the sun
as the husband marryeth his wife before he can have any lawful children by her." - William Tyndale
William Tyndale (sometimes spelled Tynsdale, Tindall, Tindill, Tyndall; c. 1494–1536) was an English scholar who became a leading figure in Protestant reform in the years leading up to his execution. He is well known for his translation of the Bible into English. He was influenced by the work of Des…
Mark 3 1AGAIN JESUS went into a synagogue, and a man was there who had one withered hand [[a]as the result of accident or disease]. 2And [the Pharisees] kept watching Jesus [closely] to see whether He would cure him on the Sabbath, so that they might get a charge to bring against Him [[b]formally]. 3And He said to the man who had the withered hand, Get up [and stand here] in the midst. 4And He said to them, Is it lawful and right on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil, to save life or to take it? But they kept silence. 5And He glanced around at them with vexation and anger, grieved at the hardening of their hearts, and said to the man, Hold out your hand. He held it out, and his hand was [completely] restored. 6Then the Pharisees went out and immediately held a consultation with the Herodians against Him, how they might [devise some means to] put Him to death. 7And Jesus retired with His disciples to the lake, and a great throng from Galilee followed Him. Also from Judea 8And from Jerusalem and Idumea an ...
NIV is an apostate Bible. The KJV of 1611 made by William Tyndale was 1st book printed on a printing press.
"Since it is clear from experience that if the Sacred Books are permitted everywhere and without discrimination in the vernacular (in the common language of the people, D.R.) there will by reasons of the boldness of men arise therefrom more harm than good..." (Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent, p. 274). Roman Catholicism fought the translation of the Bible into English. Look up William Tyndale.
Why do many Bible translations not use the personal name of God or use it only a few times? The preface of the Revised Standard Version explains: “For two reasons the Committee has returned to the more familiar usage of the King James Version: (1) the word ‘Jehovah’ does not accurately represent any form of the Name ever used in Hebrew; and (2) the use of any proper name for the one and only God, as though there were other gods from whom he had to be distinguished, was discontinued in Judaism before the Christian era and is entirely inappropriate for the universal faith of the Christian Church.” (Thus their own view of what is appropriate has been relied on as the basis for removing from the Holy Bible the personal name of its Divine Author, whose name appears in the original Hebrew more often than any other name or any title. They admittedly follow the example of the adherents of Judaism, of whom Jesus said: “You have made the word of God invalid because of your tradition.”—Matt. 15:6.) Tra ...
When Risinghill Comp, William Tyndale and Highbury Grove were deemed to be in the grip of dangerous political radicals, the solution was to first abolish the ILEA and then, under this government to attempt to abolish local authority control. In other words it was the 'system' that was wrong, it was said. So, presumably, the government will do likewise with the 'politics' of the Birmingham case? And declare that the Academy system is wrong? No, they won't.
' ... her bible, translated from the Latin into English by William Tynsdale ...'. This is incorrect. William Tyndale translated the Bible into English from the original Greek and Hebrew - not from the Latin translation. He went to Oxford University, where he learned Greek, but had to go to Germany to learn Hebrew. He was also familiar with the main European languages - German, French, Italian and Spanish. His use of language in his egalitarian translation was compared with that of Shakespeare in regard to the way it moved the English language forward and it formed the basis of the James 1 Bible.
Deeds are the fruits of and love is the fruit of ~ William Tyndale
William Tyndale Translated the Bible into English and Was Executed for it.
King James wasn't a rebel King...Eventho he did some rebellious things...At the end of the day he was no William Tyndale.
What if I told you compared to William Tyndale... The great King James was kinda lame.
Whether you agree or disagree... These practices are not biblical... And great men like William Tyndale were willing to die fighting them
William Tyndale 1536. Burned at the stake for translating the Bible into the English language
Thanks to Loved Lord Bragg's spiel about the amazing reformer William Tyndale.
Just spent an enjoyable hour discussing journalism and free speech at (appropriately) William Tyndale primary school
My head is all over the place, just had a dream where William Tyndale was controversially named the new Manchester United manager. I need to finish this essay!
Watched a movie about King Henry VIII and William Tyndale, and I talked in proper British English the rest of the evening.
Many Famous People knew Who is the Beast All these brilliant people knew that the Roman Catholic Papal Church is the little horn of Daniel 7, which is synonymous with the first beast of Revelation 13 that enforces 666 and the mark of the beast, and some of them died by the hand of the Roman Catholic Church. See also the identity of the antichrist. “John Wycliffe, William Tyndale (translated the Bible - Tyndale Bible), Martin Luther, John Calvin, Thomas Cranmer; in the seventeenth century, Bunyan, the translators of the King James Bible and the men who published the Westminster and Baptist confessions of Faith; Sir Isaac Newton, John Wesley, Whitfield, Jonathan Edwards; and more recently Spurgeon, Bishop J.C. Ryle and Dr. Martin Lloyd-Jones; these men among countless others, all saw the office of the Papacy as the antichrist.” — All Roads Lead to Rome, by Michael de Semlyen. Dorchestor House Publications, p. 205. 1991.
Brian Edwards is amazing. As a history teacher, I found his lectures on the early canon & William Tyndale especially delightful.
How did the King James Version come about? The English translation of the New Testament by William Tyndale published in 1525 was the first to be circulated in print, but as a result of its suppression only three copies are known to survive. Tyndale was eventually executed. But by Shakespeare's time, England had split with Rome, and the political scenery had changed markedly. Bibles in English were now available, such as Henry VIII's authorised 'Great Bible'; the 'Geneva Bible', copiously furnished with Protestant footnotes; and even the Church's 'Bishop's Bible', published as a failed response to the popularity of the Geneva. King James I (r. 1603-25; he was also James VI of Scotland) abolished the death penalty attached to English Bible translation, and commissioned a new version that would use the best available translations and sources, and importantly, be free of biased footnotes and commentaries. The translation committee of 50 scholars drew on many sources, especially Tyndale's New Testament (as muc ...
My earlier post about Erasmus was long and could have been longer given his renown. He also gets a mention in this week's post, which is about Sir John Walsh with whom William Tyndale briefly found employment after leaving Cambridge around 1521. According to J. F. Mozley, Tyndale's chief biographer, Sir John was in his early-to-mid-thirties when he hired Tyndale to tutor his young children. Sir John had been at the court of Henry VIII, had acted as king's champion at his coronation in 1509 and, from his manor of Little Sodbury, was taking a leading place in Gloucestershire county, of which he was to be twice high sheriff. Sir John further strengthened his position by marrying Anne Poyntz, daughter of a notable Gloucestershire family. Given Sir John's position, it wasn't unusual for him to entertain leading dignitaries, including abbots, deans and arch deacons. Although Tyndale was a mere children's tutor, Sir John held him in such high regard that he commonly ate at the family table along with the gue ...
Church Heritage Revision Quiz Quiz on Section 1 1.What does Revelation 14:7 say? 2.In which country did David Livingstone serve? 3.Who nailed 95 theses to which door & in what year? 4.Who was burnt at the stake? 5.What was the name of the colony where the first settlement that had full religious freedom was founded? 6.What did the preaching of John Knox do in Scotland? 7.What did William Tyndale give to the common people of England? 8.Who first preached the first angel’s message in Sweden? 9.What did the Waldenses keep burning in the Dark Ages? 10.Where did John G. Paton serve? 11.Where did William Carey serve? 12.Who is known as the herald of reform? 13.Into what language did Adoniram Judson translate the Bible? 14.Which friend of Martin Luther help to draft the Augsburg Confession?
WILLIAM TYNDALE, BURNED FOR TRANSLATING THE BIBLE IN ENGLISH William Tyndale was a scholar and theologian whose translation of the New Testament was the first ever to be printed in English. Tyndale’s work was denounced by authorities of the Roman Catholic Church and Tyndale himself was accused of heresy. On 6 October 1536, Tyndale was tried and convicted of heresy and treason and put to death by being strangled and burned at the stake. SOURCE:
King Henry VIII ( 1509 - 1547 ) 1509 - Henry accedes to the throne on the death of his father, Henry VII. 1509 - Henry marries Catherine of Aragon, daughter of the Spanish King and Queen, and widow of his elder brother, Arthur 1511 - Henry joins the Holy League against the French. All men under the age of 40 are required to practise archery. 1513 - The English defeat the Scots at the Battle of Flodden Field. James IV of Scotland is killed. 1515 - Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York, becomes Chancellor and Cardinal. 1516 - Catherine gives birth to Princess Mary (later Mary I). 1517 - Martin Luther publishes his 95 theses against the abuses of the Roman Catholic Church. 1518 - The Pope and the Kings of England, France, and Spain pledge peace in Europe 1520 - Henry holds peace talks with Francis I of France at the Field of the Cloth of Gold, but fails to get support against Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire. 1525 - Hampton Court Palace is completed. William Tyndale publishes The New Testament in English. 1526 ...
Mein Kampf is not a book that was written by an atheist. People always say "Hitler was an atheist" when attacking atheism, I ask them for evidence but the best they can come up with is that he read Nietzsche... In a time where godlessness was seen as bad, it made sense for the allied forces propaganda machines to brand their adversaries as heathens. Reading the bible was what converted me to atheism, the church have known this to be a factor for a long time, that's why they strangled William Tyndale for translating it into English.
Here's a Resolution for All-Saints Day, a.k.a. "Halloween. According to Catholic Church history, the day of All-Saints was dedicated as a Godly-alternative to the pagan druid celebrations of the Autumn seasons; these celebrations focused on resisting evil spirits with spells, hideous images and scary-symbols. In honor of All-Saints Day, I propose that We Remember the Martyrs who Died in JESUS's name, from the 1st martyr Stephen in the Book of ACTS to Polycarp to William Tyndale to Jane Grey to Jim Elliot/ Pete Fleming/ Roger Youderian/Ed McCully/Nate Saint in Ecuador to Cassie Bernall/ Rachel Joy Scott in Columbine H.S. And to Honor the Greatest One of All, gonna put-up a 8-foot wooden-cross on my front lawn for October 31st...to remember The One Who has Conquered Demons, Devils, Darkness and Death.
October 6, 2013, the 279th day of the year. Day 6 of the Shut Down. On This Date in History: 1536: William Tyndale, English theologian and scholar who translated the Bible into English, was executed as a heretic. 1683: The first Mennonites arrive in America in Philadelphia. 1735: John Adams, firebrand of the Revolution, one of the Founding Fathers, and second President of the United States, is born. 1781: American and French forces lay the siege at Yorktown, Va., against Lord Cornwallis's forces in what will be the final battle of the Revolutionary War. 1831: Nat Turner, who lead the largest slave rebellion in American History, is caught. 1847: "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte is published in London. 1857: The American Chess Congress held its first national tournament in New York City. 1863: The Battle of Baxter Springs in Kansas occurs during the Civil War. 1866: The first train robbery occurs in Indiana as the Reno Brothers make off with $13,000 in gold. 1889: The Moulin Rouge opens in Paris. ...
4 October is the 277th day of the year (278th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. On this day in the year: 23 – Rebels capture and sack the Chinese capital Chang'an during a peasant rebellion. They kill and decapitate the emperor, Wang Mang, two days later. 610 – Heraclius arrives by ship from Africa at Constantinople, overthrows Byzantine Emperor Phocas and becomes Emperor. 1511 – Formation of the Holy League of Ferdinand II of Aragon, the Papal States and the Republic of Venice against France. 1535 – The first complete English-language Bible (the Coverdale Bible) is printed, with translations by William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale. 1582 – Pope Gregory XIII implements the Gregorian Calendar. In Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Spain, October 4 of this year is followed directly by October 15. 1597 – The first Guale uprising begins against the Spanish missions in Georgia. 1725 – Foundation of Rosario in Argentina. 1777 – Battle of Germantown: Troops under George Washington are repelled by ...
Thanks to I understood the passages in books for Uni. William Tyndale, John Skelton, etc. Endless sources do come in handy!
William Tyndale strangled & burned at the stake 10/6/1536 for translating Bible into English so that…
William Tyndale was a gifted linguist and scholar, and known as a man of virtue and good character.
i was ReSearching & learned tht William Tyndale & Martin Luther got Hung in Pub,for Translating the bible into Eng ';'
Senior Living Ministries . William Tyndale was the first person to translate the Bible from Hebrew and Greek into...
“All that I do and suffer is but the way to the reward, and not the deserving thereof.”. ― William Tyndale
Tyndale's New Testament: William Tyndale's 1534 translation of the New Testament into English from the origina...
They burned William Tyndale at the stake for printing the bible in a language ppl could read...& find out the truth
Watching a documentary on William Tyndale - really interesting, can't believe I hadn't heard of him before! In the mood for History
See why the last words of the murdered Bible translator William Tyndale were “Lordopen the King of England’s eyes”
Here is the Tyndale quote but it's also on Wiki:
Article on William Tyndale and Zurich theology submitted to Archive for Reformation History. phew
The fact I have a Bible in English that I can read and understand is the bedrock of my faith. Thank u WilliamTyndale!
What if William Tyndale said, "What difference does it make?" and the King had his way & the Bible wasn't translated into English?
Please pray for baby William Tyndale tomorrow as he undergoes open heart surgery.
Last chance: William Tyndale Story, animated half-hour film, on again at 2:00, Nancy Guinn Library (Conyers, GA):
Grace alone by faith alone. It’s hard to believe William Tyndale was burnt at the stake for believing it. Or is it…
"So now the scripture is a light, and shows us the true way, what to do and what to hope for." ~ William Tyndale 
Wow wonder if William Tyndale, Wycliffe et al were dreaming of this.
...and I think I've mentioned the 1611 KJV is about 70% copied from the William Tyndale Bible of 1537-39...he gave the modern name Jehovah
William Tyndale was burned alive because he translated the Bible into English. The Church didn't want ordinary people to read it themselves.
... could interpret. William Tyndale was killed for bringing the Bible in English to Britain...
Hat tip to anyone who can work William Tyndale, 4chan, LOLcats and slime mould into an internet keynote :-)
72 hours to go to support a new facsimile edition of the 1850 ed of Wycliffe's Middle English Bible .
Watching a documentary about William Tyndale after cooking a curry. Don't tell me I don't know how to rock a Sunday night.
Sadly sharing the fate of William Tyndale in whose arrest and judicial murder he was shamefully complicit.
oh no it's at William Tyndale loool
How have I only just found this documentary on William Tyndale?
Marriage was ordained for a remedy and to increase the world and for the man to help the woman and the woman the man.--William Tyndale
Just read about William Tyndale; there's persecution for Christians the world over, lately from Liberal Christianity. God help us.
William Tyndale, what a brave, spirit filled, brilliant man. He gave of himself so we the common man can read Gods word and find God
congrats on a great documentary about William Tyndale ( the most dangerous man in Tudor England 6 jun) What a visionary, brave man
It is indeed wearisome sitting alone in the dark. William Tyndale
Worthy News Brief - July 4, 2013 Don't forget the Price that was Paid! Amos 8:11-12 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD: And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the LORD, and shall not find it. As the United States celebrates the 4th of July today – Independence day – we're often reminded of the price that was paid for our freedom. But today, in that spirit, I want to recall a time when a heavy price was paid for a translation of our Bible. William Tyndale, a 16th century Englishman, translated the Bible into English while living in Germany. Finally in 1525, he was able to publish a New Testament in English. But the church authorities at the time were not pleased and they angrily sought to destroy Tyndale and his translation. Finally, he was caught and brought back to England where he was burn ...
Just finished watching a very fine documentary from Melvyn Bragg about William Tyndale without whose self sacrifice and passion to bring the Bible to the people of England in their own language our Protestant Christian heritage may never have happened. Through his work God's word was made accessible to the common people so that even the plough boy could hear it for himself and know that his salvation was between himself and God. Next time we sit in church, or pick up our Bible, let's remember Tyndale, burned at the stake in Antwerp in 1536.
Twelve Books That Changed the World is a book by Melvyn Bragg, published in 2006. The twelve books listed were: Principia Mathematica (1687) — Isaac Newton Married Love (1918) — Marie Stopes Magna Carta (1215) Book of Rules of Association Football (1863) On the Origin of Species (1859) — Charles Darwin On the Abolition of the Slave Trade (1789) — William Wilberforce in Parliament, immediately printed in several versions A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) — Mary Wollstonecraft Experimental Researches in Electricity (three volumes, 1839, 1844, 1855) by Michael Faraday Patent Specification for Arkwright’s Spinning Machine (1769) — Richard Arkwright The King James Bible (1611) — William Tyndale and 54 scholars appointed by the king An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776) — Adam Smith The First Folio (1623) — William Shakespeare
Melvyn Bragg explores the dramatic story of William Tyndale and his mission to translate the Bible into English. Melvyn reveals the story of a man whose life...
Melvyn Bragg on William Tyndale: his genius matched that of Shakespeare via
Ever heard of William Tyndale? I hadn’t but he changed the world and was a giant upon whose shoulders even Shakespeare stood. That’s why you need to read his story. He lived in the 1500s, (born 1494) the son of a farmer who got the best education available to a developing mind. At the time England was firmly in the grip of the Catholic Church under the protection of our old friend Henry VIII. William decided that it was wrong that the bible should be in Latin which put it beyond the reach of the common man. The Church and King Henry didn’t want the mucky paws of Joe public anywhere near God’s teachings. It was their job to interpret them as they saw fit. William didn’t agree - loudly – and in the process made some heavy enemies. Recognising that his twenty-something year-old *** wasn’t safe in England he took off to Cologne in Germany where he finished his work and began smuggling it back into England. There it was seized and burned. As luck would have it, King Henry was battling Rome ...
Melvyn Bragg tells the story of William Tyndale and his English translation of the Bible.
Today's promise: God's timing is perfect Never disappointed Every day I call to you, my God, but, you do not answer. Every night you hear my voice, but I find no relief. Yet you are holy. The praises of Israel surround your throne. Our ancestors trusted in you, and you rescued them. You heard their cries for help and saved them. They put their trust in you and were never disappointed. Psalm 22:2-5 NLT The fugitive translator William Tyndale was born about 1494 and educated first at Oxford, where he was ordained into the priesthood, then at Cambridge, where he joined the Reformation. He became convinced that England would never be evangelized using Latin Bibles. Tyndale's efforts to get permission to translate the Bible into English were unsuccessful, so he left England. His first English New Testament was printed in Germany in 1525. As Tyndale's English Bibles were smuggled into England, the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of London began attacking him fiercely. On June 18, 1528 Thomas Wolsey, the ...
Friends, I'm trying to research some historical scapegoats who totally innocent. They must be individual people and non-fictional. So far I only have William Tyndale and Alfred Dreyfus. Halp?
Ed Kassar The Protestant Reformation was a movement that took place between 1517 and 1648. Many Christians of that time were troubled by false doctrines and attempted to reform a severely corrupted Church. Various men such as Martin Luther, John Wycliffe, John Hus, William Tyndale, John Calvin, and many others, protested against the contaminated teachings of the leading churches of that time. Unfortunately, the same poor teachings (with others added) are still being taught and practiced in much of Christendom today. Although not as evident, and possibly not as drastically visible as in the Dark Ages, lies are being taught as truths. Malpractice is widely accepted because Christians do not study the truth of God’s Word for themselves, and on the other hand, embrace the lies and the false teachings of men and of demons (1 Tim. 4:1). The fact is, dear reader, we all have been influenced, some of us more than others. Even so, our God is a holy God and needs to deal with our misguided thoughts and ways. The ...
DAY 35 Sunday, May 26, 2013 Matthew 5:14 "You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden." When St. Augustine passed away in 426 A.D., his works lived on for 1,600 years, Augustine’s works have been spread throughout the world. He is known to be one of the most influential Christian thinkers and philosophers ever. In the words of one preacher, ‘the Swan is not silent.’ Today, the Swan still hasn’t been silenced, not just because of Augustine, but because of all of the other men of God that have had immense faith in God. Most of the men, for example, Martin Luther and William Tyndale to name a few, have left huge impacts on the lives of many Christians today because of the legacies they have left. They should compel us to a greater passion for God. We are told as Christians to be a light in the world in Matthew 5:14. We should be helping other non-believers see the light of Christ and turn from their evil ways. We need not be silent; we need to be active ...
Quick Bible facts every student should know: 1513 B.C.E. to 98 C.E. The Bible is penned in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. 100 Becomes more portable in codex form 405 Translated into Latin by Jerome 1380 Translated from Latin into English by John Wycliffe 1455 Gutenberg produces the first printed Bible 1525 Translated from its original languages into English by William Tyndale 1569 Translated into Spanish from its original languages by Casiodoro de Reina 1938 Printed in over 1000 languages 2013 The Bible becomes available in over 2500 languages.
"The Law and the Gospel are two keys. The Law is the key that shutteth up all men under condemnation, and the Gospel is the key which opens the door and lets them out." William Tyndale
Protestants really need to study the history of "The Reformation" otherwise men like: John Wycliffe, Jan Huss, Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin, William Tyndale, John Knox, & Thomas More fought for, risked their lives for, & in some cases were martyred for nothing. So I ask is the "The Reformation" over for you? I love my Catholic friends but we do have some big disagreements concerning many Roman dogmas.
THE GREATEST PREACHERS WHO EVER LIVED REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH 1000 AD - 1500 AD WILLIAM TYNDALE 1494 AD - 1536 AD On the surface there would have been little reason to think that the birth of a child in Slimbridge, Gloustershire, England in 1494 would change English history. However, that child, William Tyndale, would later translate and print the Word of God in the English vernacular and the impact of that translation is still felt today. A brief review of the religious situation at the close of the fifteenth century will enable us to place the birth of Tyndale in perspective. The followers of John Wyclif (1330 – 1384), known as the Lollards, continued his work through the distribution of the Scriptures. Although the Constitutions of Oxford, which banned vernacular copies of the Scriptures, had been passed in 1408, the intrepid Lollards were adamant in their determination to make the Word of God available to the English people. On the international horizon, the Papacy had sunk to its lowest level whe ...
Pastor Cai Zouhua, 34 years old, was arrested on September 11, 2004 for printing Bibles and Christian books. In November 2005, Pastor Cai, his wife Xiao Yun Fei and two more relatives were sentenced to prison terms. Pastor Cai’s mother, Cai Laiyi, sitting with her son’s picture by her side says gently, “I pray for him, and for all of us. We are simple people, but we do know this: in the Bible, it says follow your leaders, but first follow your God.” Today in many nations, Christians can write their own book, take it to a printer and give copies to their friends with no fear of any government reprisal. Many older translations of the Bible have no restrictions or copyrights and can be printed and distributed by anyone. Pastor Cai and his family were not selling these books for earthly gain, but giving them away to others for their eternal gain. Pastor Cai follows the footsteps of William Tyndale, an Englishman, who was captured in October 1536, and imprisoned by authorities of the English Church and ...
Melvyn Bragg explores William Tyndale's mission to translate the Bible into English.
John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Miles Coverdale have all worked to the preservation of the Holy Book.
William Tyndale, a biography: a contribution to the early history of the English Bible
cc I'm a William Tyndale kind of guy when it comes to text - see
Easter - Bibleish - sort of. The word "Easter" appears in William Tyndale's 1525 New Testament, though he...
How is worse than killing 'witches', William Tyndale, or imprisoning Galileo etc
The New Testament: William Tyndale is the finest English translator of the Bible, and his New Testament one of...
Influenced by Luther, William Tyndale used the word Ester to refer to the Pascha in his 1525 New Testament.
William Temple (C20 Archbish ofCant) not Tyndale. And we can't really claim it's true - Red Cross? Amnesty International?
Not looking for new Bible translation to read I already have one well-proven for the English speaking world, and I am not looking for translation for its ease of reading --I am looking for one for its accuracy. Thanking the Lord for William Tyndale and those faithful translators who came along later in a long line of faithful servants to provide a faithful English translation. Thankful for the King James Bible I am blessed to enjoy each time I open it and study it and read it.
This is the list which the "Young Biographers" will be tackling in our Summer series at Faith Bible Church. I've indicated who will be covering which saint. We have one more person to pick 2 of these giants and then our Summer 2013 series will be complete. Much thanks to John Piper for his amazing materials and preparation which will prove very helpful! Thankfully, we have enough for another 13 week series . . maybe summer 2014? 296 – 373 - Athanasius - Contending for Our All …The Life and Ministry of Athanasius - _ 354 – 430 - Augustine - The Swan Is Not Silent …Sovereign Joy in the Life and Thought of St. Augustine - _ ___ - 1536 (Died) - William Tyndale - Always Singing One Note—A Vernacular Bible …Why William Tyndale Lived and Died - _ 1483 – 1546 - Martin Luther – _ 1509 – 1564 - John Calvin - The Divine Majesty of the Word …John Calvin: The Man and His Preaching – John Willsey 1593 – 1633 - George Herbert - Saying Beautifully As a Way of Seeing Beauty: The Life of George Herb ...
Who are your hero’s? This morning I was reading about a cookbook that was handed down to Martha Washington and how cherished it was. This began my thoughts this morning about what is precious to me and what I would like to hand down to my children and grandchildren. After reflecting, I decided that my greatest treasures are names and stories of my hero’s. Some of these hero’s I met through the old reel to reel tape recorders, others I met through books. Names like, Samuel Morris, George Mueller, Dietrich Bonheoffer, John Bunyan, George Fox, William Tyndale, David Brainerd, David Livingston, Florence Nightingale, General William Booth, Adoniram Judson, Jonathon and Rosalind Goforth, Corrie ten Boom, and Richard Wurmbrand, to name a few. Other great memories are early morning Easter Sun Rise breakfasts, prayer meetings that lasted far into the night, revival meetings where I met great evangelist, and who could forget those great missionary services where I was taken around the world. These are the ...
"The Lamb was called the passover, that the very name itself should put them in remembrance what it signified; for the signs that God ordained either signified the benefits done, or promises to come, and were not dumb, as the signs of our dumb god the pope" William Tyndale (A table. Expounding certain words of the second book of Moses)
Tqaken from another page. Well worth the read and well done to the author. ROME'S CRIMES - HAS SHE REPENTED OF THEM? Many of the most horrendous crimes against humanity have been committed by the Church of Rome throughout the history of her existence. Her persecution of Protestants and other "heretics" is the inevitable result of her belief in the absolute power and infallibility of the Pope. Persecution is the natural outgrowth of these Papal dogmas. Through the centu...ries history furnishes abundant proof of the Roman Church's crimes against those who would not bow the knee to her. The crusade of Pope Innocent III against the Albigenses in 1208 was a war of extermination, lasting for several years, and was one of the bloodiest in history. We recall the persecution of John Wycliffe, the "Morning Star of the Reformation", and the martyrdom of William Tyndale, who gave the English people the Word of God in their native tongue. So bitterly was Wycliffe pursued by his Papal foes, that his very bones were ex ...
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