Tyndale’s Work Lives On…

The 1408 Constitutions of Oxford made it illegal to translate the Scriptures into English. Therefore, William Tyndale fled England to work in exile.

By 1526, he had translated and published the entire New Testament. His 1526 New Testament was an outlawed book which had to be smuggled into England.

He also translated and published the Pentateuch (Five Books of Moses) in 1530 and the prophet, Jonah in 1531.

Tyndale was executed in 1536 but his work lives on.

We are excited to announce…

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. Click this link to learn more.

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Book Cover (William Tyndale’s JONAH: A modern-spelling edition of the 1531 translation with facsimile of Tyndale’s 16th century original)

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!

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