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Protestant Reformers T continues the Online Christian Library with the works of the English Reformer, William Tyndale.

1  A Study of Tyndale's Genesis compared With the Genesis of Coverdale (1488-1568) and the Authorized Version by Elizabeth Whittlesey Cleaveland. (1911)

2  Doctrinal Treatises and Introductions to Different Portions of the Holy Scriptures. (1848)

3  The English Hexapla - Exhibiting the Six Important English Translations of the New Testament Scriptures. (1841)

4  The First Printed English New Testament Translated by William Tyndale. (1871)

5  The Gothic and Anglo Saxon Gospels in Parallel Columns with the Versions of Wycliffe and Tyndale. (1874)

6  The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ - Published in 1526. (1837)

7  The Works of the English Reformers William Tyndale and John Frith. Volume 1 (1831)

8  The Works of the English Reformers William Tyndale and John Frith. Volume 2 (1831)

9  The Works of the English Reformers William Tyndale and John Frith. Volume 3 (1831)

10 William Tyndale's Five Books of Moses. (1884)

William Tyndale, one of the early English reformers is known for his translation of the Bible into English; his was the first English Bible to draw directly from Hebrew and Greek texts. Though executed in 1535 for heresy, his Bible became the prominent influence over the next 100 years . His version also was a prominent influence on the Geneva Bible which was the Bible brought to the New World on the Mayflower.

Here is an excerpt from the Preface of The First Printed English New Testament, translated by William Tyndale.

With reverence, almost with awe, we here offer to the reader the photographic likeness of a priceless gem in English literature. It is the unique Fragment of that first and fontal edition of the English New Testament, to which Mr. Anderson refers as "the veritable origin of all those millions of English Scriptures now being read in so many different and distant parts of the globe--parts, utterly unknown to our immortal Translator, when he sent the sheets to the press--parts, then untrodden by any Englishman--parts, then undiscovered."

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