God’s Word in English. From Tyndale to King James 1526 - 1611. God’s Word in English. When Christianity came to England c. 4 th century, God’s word was not printed in English, but Latin
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From Tyndale to King James
1526 - 1611
William Tyndale (1526)
Miles Coverdale (1535)
Matthew’s Bible (1537)
Richard Taverner Bible (1539)
The Great Bible (1539)
The Geneva Bible (1560)
The Bishop’s Bible (1568)
Douay-Rheims (1582 / 1609)
King James (1611)
Earle, Ralph. How We Got Our Bible. Revised. Beacon Hill Press, 1992.
Gleiser, Norman L and William E. Nix. A General Introduction to the Bible. Revised. Moody Press, 1986.
Kerr, John Stevens. Ancient Texts Alive Today: The Story of the English Bible. American Bible Society, 1999.
Lewis, Jack P. The English Bible From KJV to NIV: A History and Evaluation. Baker Book House, 1984.
Lightfoot, Neil R. How We Got the Bible. Second Ed. Baker Book House, 1988.