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  1. The Obedience of a Christian Man (Penguin Classics) by William Tyndale, 2000-10-01
  2. William Tyndale: A Biography (Yale Nota Bene) by Professor David Daniell, 2001-03-01
  3. Tyndale's New Testament
  4. The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in Parallel Columns, with the Versions of Wycliffe and Tyndale (Multilingual Edition) by William Tyndale, John Wycliffe, et all 2010-03-09
  5. Travel with William Tyndale: England's Greatest Bible Translator (Day One Travel Guides) by Brian H. Edwards, 2009-04
  6. Tyndale's Old Testament
  7. William Tyndale (Heroes of the Faith) by Bruce Fish, Becky Durost Fish, 2000-06-01
  8. New Testament 1526: 1526 Tyndale Bible, Original Spelling Edition
  9. The New Testament: A Facsimile of the 1526 Edition
  10. A Brief Declaration of the Sacraments by William Tyndale, 2010-04-26
  11. The New Testament by William Tyndale, Wordsworth Editions, 2002-05-20
  12. William Tyndale: Bible Translator And Martyr by Fran Rees, 2006-02-07
  13. God's Bestseller: William Tyndale, Thomas More, and the Writing of the English Bible---A Story of Martyrdom and Betrayal by Brian Moynahan, 2003-08-23

1. COB-NET Historical Notes: William Tyndale
William Tyndale. Born 1494? ~ Gloucestershire, Great Britain. Died 1536 ~ Vilvorde (Vilvoorde), near Brussels. Note Bible translator, church reformer Coverdale was not an expert in foreign languages and his New Testament source is principally that of William Tyndale
William Tyndale
Born: 1494? ~ Gloucestershire, Great Britain
Died: 1536 ~ Vilvorde (Vilvoorde), near Brussels
Note: Bible translator, church reformer
Tyndale's translation of the New Testament in 1526 was the first English Bible to appear from a printing press, and to be translated directly from Greek rather than Latin. He was also the first to use a Greek Text compiled from newly arrived Byzantine Greek manuscripts from the east. Many of his phrase selections are so powerful and descriptive that they are frequently retained in modern translations.
Upon learning that Martin Luther had just issued a Bible in German, he was further inspired to replicate this enterprise for the good of England. Since the Constitutions of Oxford were still in effect, and an attempt to work under the supervision of Cuthbert Tonstall, Bishop of London, proved unsuccessful, Tyndale sailed to Germany and began the work of translating. In 1526, the first complete New Testament in English was printed in the city of Worms, and the first shipment of Bibles arrived in England within a few months. It had references to parallel verses in the inner margin, and commentary in the outer margin. It also followed the same New Testament book order as Luther.
Bishop Tonstall, confiscated and burned many of the early copies, and tried to purchase others in Europe before they could arrive in England. Tyndale used the Bishop's money to print even more Bibles, and circulation soon increased. Unknown to Tyndale was the fact that political winds were changing back in his native England. Henry VIII had begun quarreling with Rome over his unfruitful marriage to Catherine, Thomas Cromwell who liked the idea of vernacular Bibles was rising to a position of influence with the king, and Tyndale's chief detractor, Sir Thomas More, had resigned as Lord Chancellor.

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Born: c. 1494
Died: October 6, 1536 (strangled)
Fled England: 1524
New Testament Published: 1526
Arrested: 1535 Biography:
William Tyndale was a religious reformer whose efforts were key in getting the Bible translated into English. When he sought support in London from Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall, he failed to find it and was forced to leave England under a false name in 1524. His first translation of the New Testament was finally published in 1526 and copies were smuggled into England. The reception by religious authorities was hostile; however, while they did not object to an English translation as such, they did object very strenuously to the commentary which Tyndale included with his work. As a result, copies of his work were ceremonially burnt and agents were sent out by Henry VIII to hunt him down and arrest him. Tyndale was right to be afraid of English spies because one, Henry Phillips, betrayed him in the Netherlands and he was arrested while visiting Antwerp in 1535. He was charged with heresy, put on trial, found guilty and condemned to be burned at the stake - although he was strangled first rather than burned alive.

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William Tyndale. Tyndale, William c.14941536. William Tyndale was probably born in Gloucestershire. He became chaplain in the house
William Tyndale
Tyndale, William c.1494-1536. William Tyndale was probably born in Gloucestershire. He became chaplain in the house of Sir John Walsh in about 1521. He had studied at both Oxford and Cambridge and was a strong supporter of the movement for reform in the Church. His opinions involved him in controversy with his fellow clergymen and about 1522 he was actually summoned before the Chancellor of the Diocese of Worcester on a charge of heresy. He left for London. He had by this time determined to translate the Bible into English. He had admired the teaching of Erasmus at Cambridge (he made an English translation of the master's Enchiridion ) and was certain in his heart that the way to God was through His word - scripture should be available even to 'a boy that driveth the plough'. But in London Tyndale was firmly rebuffed when he sought the support of Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall, who was uneasy, like many highly placed churchmen, with the idea of the Bible in the vernacular. Tyndale, with the help of Humphrey Monmouth, a merchant of means, left England under a false name and landed at Hamburg in 1524. He had already begun work on the translation of the New Testament. He visited Luther at Wittenberg and in the following year completed his translation. The printing was begun with William Roye, another reformist Cambridge man, at Cologne. But Roye was indiscreet and the work was soon being talked about. The city magistrates, at the behest of the anti-Lutheran theologian Johannes Cochlaeus, ordered the printing to stop. Only a few sheets were saved before Tyndale fled to Worms; among them was that containing his Prologue, which was later enlarged and called

5. About William Tyndale
William Tyndale (1494?1536). Translator and Reformer. William Tyndale? Webpages Developed as a Project of the Tyndale Society. WILLIAM
William Tyndale (1494?-1536)
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WILLIAM TYNDALE was the first person to translate and print the Bible in English. Under the influence of Erasmus of Rotterdam and Martin Luther, Tyndale translated the Bible while espousing reforming religious ideas. Roman Catholic authorities captured him in Antwerp (Belgium) in 1535, and he died a martyr in 1536.
This portrait hangs in Hertford College, Oxford. It may be William Tyndale, as the writing on it and as tradition says, but the costume is badly out of period.
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6. William Tyndale - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
William Tyndale. William Tyndale (ca.14841536) was a 16th century priest and scholar who translated the Bible into an early form of Modern English.

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William Tyndale Father Of the English Bible - 1490 - 1536. William Tyndale was born at a time when the truths of God s Word were obscured by traditions
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Tyndale became embroiled in conflict with the local clergy, and the Roman Catholic church, because of his Reformation belief that the Bible should be made available to all people, not just the priesthood. He declared to one cleric (by quoting Erasmus's famous quote) "If God spare my life, ere many years pass, I will cause a boy who driveth the plough to know more of the Scriptures than though dost." It was during this time in his life that he determined that he was going to translate the Bible into English so that the common people could read the Word of God for themselves. They would then be free from the ignorance, heresies, and superstitions of the Roman Catholic Church. Until now, the only English translation available was the banned Wycliffe Bible but they had never been printed on a press and there were few copies. Also, the accuracy had to be improved because it was translated from the Latin Vulgate not the original Greek or Hebrew. Translator in Exile
Tyndale's Legacy By 1539 supporters of the Reformation cause had persuaded King Henry VIII to order that every parish church make an English copy of the Bible available to all its parishioners. What a man of courage! William Tyndale gave his life in the service of Jesus Christ to ensure that the Scriptures would be available for all to read! It was through the availability of the Scriptures that the truth of God's Word could be rediscovered, and the people could be freed from the heresies and superstitions of Rome.

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William Tyndale. This article is part of the History of the English Bible series. Old English Bible translations. John Wyclif. William Tyndale. Great Bible.
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William Tyndale
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series. Old English Bible translations John Wyclif William Tyndale Great Bible Bishops' Bible Geneva Bible Douai Bible ... Revised Standard Version New American Standard Version New English Bible New International Version New Revised Standard Version William Tyndale (ca. ) was a 16th century priest and scholar who translated the Bible into an early form of Modern English . Although numerous partial and complete English translations had been made from the 7th century onward, Tyndale's was the first to take advantage of the new medium of print, which allowed for its wide distribution. His date of birth is unclear, with sources giving dates varying between and . About 1494, 1495 or 1496 seem most common. Besides translating the Bible, Tyndale also held and published views which were considered heretical , first by the Catholic Church , and later by the Church of England which was established by Henry VIII . Because his Bible translation also included notes and commentary promoting these views, Tyndale's translation was banned by the authorities, and Tyndale himself was burned at the stake in , at the instigation of agents of Henry VIII and the Anglican Church Old text from Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religion Biblical translator and martyr; born most probably at North Nibley (15 miles s.s.w. of Gloucester), England, in 1484; died at Vilvoorden (6 miles n.e. of Brussels), Belgium, Oct. 6, 1536.

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WILLIAM TYNDALE. BORN c. 1494 DIED 1536. Translated the Bible into English. Copyright, image use and linking information.

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William Tyndale, William Tyndale was born in Slymbridge in about 1496. After being educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, he became a chaplain.
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William Tyndale was born in Slymbridge in about 1496. After being educated at Magdalen Hall Oxford , he became a chaplain. While studying at Oxford he became very interested in the ideas of John Wycliffe and the Lollards. Tyndale became convinced that the church had become corrupt and selfish. Like Wycliffe, Tyndale thought it was important that people had the opportunity to read and interpret the Bible for themselves. Tyndale wanted to translate the Bible into English but at that time Henry VIII and the English church were very much against the idea.

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Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Noun William Tyndale - English translator and Protestant martyr; his translation of the Bible into English (which later formed the basis for the King James Version) aroused ecclesiastical opposition; he left England in 1524 and was burned at the stake in Antwerp as a heretic (1494-1536) Tindal Tindale Tyndale William Tindal ... translator - someone who mediates between speakers of different languages martyr sufferer - one who suffers for the sake of principle Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Examples from classic literature: More First William Tyndale , amid difficulties and trials, translated afresh the New and part of the Old Testament, and died the death of a martyr in 1536.
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WILLIAM TYNDALE A Biography David Daniell 1994 458 pp. Daniell is the world s most prominent authority on the life and labors of William Tyndale. . . .
A Biography
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Published in the 500th year of his birth, this major biography traces the dramatic life of William Tyndale, the first person to translate the Bible into English from the original Greek and Hebrew, and discusses the profound religious, literary, intellectual, and social implications of his immense achievement. Tyndale's masterful translation, which gave the laity access to God, formed the basis of all English bibles, including the "King James Bible," and made significant and lasting contributions to the English language. David Daniell, editor of Tyndale's New Testament and Tyndale's Old Testament, eloquently describes the dramatic turns in Tyndale's life. Born in England and educated at Oxford, Tyndale was ordained as a priest. When he decided to translate the Bible into English, he realized that it was impossible to do that work in England and moved to Germany, living in exile there and in the Low Countries while he translated and printed first the New Testament and then half of the Old Testament. These were widely circulatedand denouncedin England. Yet Tyndale continued to write from abroad, publishing polemics in defense of the principles of the English reformation. He was seized in Antwerp, imprisoned in Vilvoorde Castle near Brussels, and burnt at the stake for heresy in 1536. Daniell discusses Tyndale's achievement as biblical translator and expositor, analyzes his writing, examines his stylistic influence on writers from Shakespeare to those of the twentieth century, and explores the reasons why he has not been more highly regarded. His book brings to life one of the great geniuses of the age.

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William Tyndale. 1494 1536. I He was not someone who made trouble for the sake of making trouble. Neither did he have a personality
William Tyndale I: He was not someone who made trouble for the sake of making trouble. Neither did he have a personality as prickly as a porcupine. He didn't relish controversy, confrontation and strife. Nonetheless, he was unable to avoid it. At some point he became embroiled with many of England's "Who's Who" of the sixteenth century. Anne Boleyn, one of Henry VIII's many wives, flaunted her notorious promiscuity and Tyndale called her on it. Thomas Wolsey, cardinal of the church and sworn to celibacy, fathered at least two illegitimate children and drew Tyndale's fire. Thomas More, known to us through the play about him, A Man For All Seasons , advanced theological arguments which Tyndale believed to contradict the kingdom of God and imperil the salvation of men and women and Tyndale rebutted him bravely. William Tyndale graduated from Oxford University in 1515, and then moved over to Cambridge to pursue graduate studies, Cambridge being at that time a hotbed of Lutheran theology and Reformation ferment. As he was seized by that gospel which scripture uniquely attests, Tyndale became aware that his vocation was that of translator; he was to put into common English a translation of the bible which the public could read readily and profit from profoundly. There was enormous need for him and his vocation, as England was sunk in the most abysmal ignorance of scripture. Worse, the clergy didn't care. Tyndale vowed that if his life were spared he would see that a farmhand knew more of scripture than a contemptuous clergyman.

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William Tyndale. William Tyndale (14841536) was a 16th century priest and scholar who translated the Bible into an early form of Modern English.

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20. WILLIAM TYNDALE Covenant Theologian, Christian Martyr Part 2: Later Biography
william tyndale. Covenant Theologian, Christian Martyr. Part 2 Later Biography. by Jules Grisham. THE 1526 NEW TESTAMENT. tyndale sailed for Hamburg in 1524, never to return to England. Volume
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Tyndale sailed for Hamburg in 1524, never to return to England. While there, he remained under the patronage of the Christian Brethren, who, with a powerful mixture of religious radicalism and risk-taking entrepreneurship, were profiting handsomely from their book-smuggling trade. Concealed in bales of cloth, sacks of grain, and barrels of wine, the books they smuggled through the English ports were soon being transmitted all along the cloth-trade networks where they were eagerly purchased. Interestingly, this term “Christian Brethren,” the self-designation of these London merchants engaged in importing books by English Protestants on the continent, was also applied to the Lollards and their book-exchanging networks. “So,” notes Dickens, “in men like Monmouth we see the linkage between the international world of Lutheranism and the older English networks of Lollards.” Tyndale and his amanuensis William Roye, an Augustinian friar of Jewish background from Calais, worked together on translating the New Testament using Erasmus’ Greek New Testament, the Vulgate, and Luther’s German Bible as sources. In the spring of 1525, they moved on to Cologne, a center of printing, and by autumn of that year they handed a finished copy to a Cologne printer who managed to print out 3,000 copies of the first eighty

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