“William Tyndale”

William Tyndale (c. 1494–1536) was an English scholar famous for his work on translating the bible from Green and Hebrew into English. Tyndale’s translation was the (a) first English Bible to draw directly from Hebrew and Greek texts (b), the first English translation to use Jehovah (“Iehouah”) as God’s name as preferred by English Protestant Reformers (c) the first English translation to take advantage of the printing press and (d), the first of the new English Bibles of the Reformation.

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