Our new book on Tyndale’s Jonah is available

We are very excited to announce that we have published a new book about William Tyndale’s translation of the Old Testament prophet, Jonah. The title of the book is: William Tyndale’s JONAH: A modern-spelling edition of the 1531 translation with facsimile of Tyndale’s 16th century original. The book is available in two formats: 1) Paperback and 2) Audiobook
The paperback is 44 pages. It costs $7.99. Click this link to learn more.
For a limited time, twenty five (25) people may get the ENTIRE audiobook for FREE. Click this link to learn more. No credit card is required. We hope you will take advantage of this limited time offer!

The audiobook is nearly 11 minutes long. It costs $3.99 (if you miss the limited time offer to get it FREE). You may listen to the Prologue and Jonah, Chapter 1 for FREE even when the limited time offer has ended. Click this link to learn more about purchasing the audiobook for $3.99.

The paperback book gives you three (3) unique views of Tyndale’s Jonah, which he published in 1531.
View 1: A modern-spelling edition of Tyndale’s Bible text of Jonah.
View 2: A facsimile of the 16th-century Bible text of Jonah as published by Tyndale in 1531.
View 3: A transcription of the facsimile in modern typeface but with the original 16th-century spelling.

Tyndale’s translation of Jonah (discovered in 1861) was nearly lost to posterity. In 1863, English Bible scholar, Francis Fry published a book containing a facsimile of this rare work from Tyndale. Fry’s 1863 publication is the source for View 2 of Tyndale’s Jonah found in the paperback book.

There is something sobering in seeing this facsimile. One gets to glimpse — via Francis Fry’s lithographs — the very text of Jonah which Tyndale received from his 16th-century print shop. Tyndale was putting his life in danger to bring the Bible in English to his countrymen.

If any of you decide to buy either version of the book (paperback or audiobook) and enjoy it, we would really appreciate if you let others know about it, so they can enjoy it, too. We would appreciate your feedback in our comments section, as well!


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