William Tyndale: The Giant of Translators

William Tyndale: The Giant of Translators The Bible Literacy Project provides information about the translator William Tyndale, who, the site says, "more than any other man," shaped English translations of the Bible. It includes examples of some of Tyndale's transcendent expressions, such as "let there
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William Tyndale: The Giant of Translators


The Bible Literacy Project provides information about the translator William Tyndale, who, the site says, "more than any other man," shaped English translations of the Bible. It includes examples of some of Tyndale's transcendent expressions, such as "let there be light."

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