Tyndale

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  • 303 pages
  • Tyndale
  • David Teems
  • English
  • 19 March 2017

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Tyndale It Was An Outlawed Book, A Text So Dangerous It Could Only Be Countered By The Most Vicious Burnings, Of Books And Men And Women But What Book Could Incite Such Violence And Bloodshed The Year Is 1526 It Is The Age Of Henry VIII And His Tragic Anne Boleyn, Of Martin Luther And Thomas More The Times Are Treacherous The Catholic Church Controls Almost Every Aspect Of English Life, Including Access To The Very Word Of God And The Church Will Do Anything To Keep It That Way.Enter William Tyndale, The Gifted, Courageous Heretic Whodared Translate The Word Of God Into English He Worked In Secret, In Exile, Inperil, Always On The Move Neither England Nor The English Language Would Everbe The Same Again.With Thoughtful Clarity And A Reverence That Comes Throughon Every Page, David Teems Shares A Story Of Intrigue And Atrocity, Betrayal Andperseverance This Is How The Reformation Officially Reached English Shores Andwhat It Cost The Men Who Brought It There.

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10 thoughts on “Tyndale

  1. Alice says:

    I didn t know much about Tyndale except that he translated the Bible into England as was killed for being a heretic The book was written in First person As if the writer is talking to you and that is okay but it was also a little strange The details and facts are interesting but I wouldn t say it is a particularity well written book, but I learned some things and that is cool In my belief system I owe a lot to Tyndale To think that he wanted the plow boy to knowof the scripture I didn t know much about Tyndale except that he translated the Bible into England as was killed for being a heretic The book was written in First person As if the writer is talking to you and that is okay but it was also a little strange The de...

  2. Catalina Rembuyan says:

    Some context after reading fictional works like Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel and A Man for All Seasons Robert Bolt , I have developed a very strong interest in the English Reformation my favourite Tudor characters being Thomas More, Anne Boleyn, and Thomas Cromwell Tyndale fascinates many firstly for his role as an early translator of Scripture into English, and secondly for the obsessiveness that More pursued him to his death I purchased this biography in the hopes that I would be reading Some context after reading fictional works like Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel and A Man for All Seasons Robert Bolt , I have developed a very strong interest in the English Reformation my favourite Tudor characters being Thomas More, Anne Boleyn, and Thomas Cromwell Tyndale fascinates many firstly for his role as an early translator of Scripture into English, and secondly for the obsessiveness that More pursued him to his death I purchased this biography in the hopes that I would be reading something approachable and insightful In a sense, I got what I had expected hence the 4 stars , yet, all the same, I felt that it fe...

  3. Brenton says:

    Little is known about the life of the man whose voice has doneto shape English translations than any other This new biography adds no knew information, but admirably demonstrates how Tyndale shaped the English language through his magnificent translation, much of which was incorporated into the King James Version His was a life of banishment, betrayal, and martyrdom He was a man of extraordinary talents and courage This will probably become the standard work on Tyndale, though at times Little is known about the life of the man whose voice has doneto shape English translations than any other This new biography adds no knew information, but admirably demonstrates how Tyndale shaped the English language through his magnificent translation, much of which was incorporated into the King James Version His was a life of banishment, betrayal, and martyrdom He was a man of extraordinary tal...

  4. Hank Pharis says:

    What an amazing story Imagine a world with no English Bibles Imagine a man risking everything and staying on the run for years in order to translate the Bible into English Imagine being convicted of heresy for translating the Bible into English and then being strangled before being burned at the stake.It is variously estimated that 75 85% of the King James Version was taken directly from Tyndale s translation of the Bible His was the first English translation to be done from the Greek and He What an amazing story Imagine a world with no English Bibles Imagine a man risking everything and staying on the run for years in order to translate the Bible into English Imagine being convicted of heresy for translating the Bible into English and then being strangled before being burned at the stake.It is variously estimated that 75 85% of the King James Version was taken directly from Tyndale s translation of the Bible His was the first English translation to be done from the Greek and Hebrew...

  5. Dkovlak says:

    This is a very good book It does a great job of sharing what times were like in England and Europe in the 1600s Tyndale was truly gifted and a gift to mankind He devoted his life to making the Bible readable and understandable to the comment man and woman He is one of many who died for his faith.

  6. Blake Charlton says:

    a scholarly, sometimes dry, but ultimately fascinating examination of a translator who changed the world.

  7. Sarah says:

    Teems writes weird By weird , I don t mean bad, I just mean different I wouldn t call this book an account of Tyndale s life, rather, I would call it a conversation discussion of his life Perhaps my choice of words seems strange as one can t really have a conversation or a discussion without a participant but those are the words that come to mind In a sense, I did feel as though I was participating Mr Teems gives you his own thoughts about different events, stating what he finds humo Teems writes weird By weird , I don t mean bad, I just mean different I wouldn t call this book an account of Tyndale s life, rather, I would call it a conversation discussion of his life Perhaps my choice of words seems strange as one can t really have a conversation or a discussion without a participant but those are the words that come to mind In a sense, I did feel as though I was participating Mr Teems gives you his own thoughts about different events, stating what he finds humorous, and giving his opinion of the various characters in Tyndale s day You may agree or disagree with what he thinks He strikes m...

  8. Vera Godley says:

    Meet William Tyndale, a contemporary of Martin Luther, and Thomas Moore David Teems presents a thorough history of the life and work of William Tyndale and how he was persecuted because he wished to create a Bible in the language of the people of his time and place the English Previous to this time by two centuries Wycliff, translated the Bible into English Wycliff s English Bible did, indeed, impact the translation work done by Tyndale Tyndale s work was, however, translated from the or Meet William Tyndale, a contemporary of Martin Luther, and Thomas Moore David Teems presents a thorough history of the life and work of William Tyndale and how he was persecuted because he wished to create a Bible in the language of the people of his time and place the English Previous to this time by two centuries Wycliff, translated the Bible into English Wycliff s English Bible did, indeed, impact the translation work done by Tyndale Tyndale s work was, h...

  9. Phil Whittall says:

    Prior to reading this biography of William Tyndale I knew very little about him and now he enters the ranks as one of my heroes of the faith.It is an odd twist of history that Tyndale is so relatively unknown given his immense contribution to the English language and the reformation in England As the first translator of the Bible into English and yes I do know about Wycliffe every English Bible I own owes a huge debt to Tyndale, they are all his descendants Not only that but my very Protesta Prior to reading this biography of William Tyndale I knew very little about him and now he enters the ranks as one of my heroes of the faith.It is an odd twist of history that Tyndale is so relatively unknown given his immense contribution to the English language and the reformation in England As the first translator of the Bible into English and yes I do know about Wycliffe every English...

  10. Sherry Bult says:

    I love history and this book kept my attention to the end Tyndale, even though he lived 100 s of years ago did a wonderful thing Because of his work the common people where able to have the Holy Bible in their tongue Even at great risk to himself he enabled others to translate the so...