Review: The Daring Mission of William Tyndale by Dr. Steven J. Lawson

Although I have yet to listen to Dr. Lawson, I have known of Tyndale from previous study. I have also yet to read his translation,. My latest read through the Bible challenge was The Geneva Bible.

The Domain for Truth

Tyndale

I believe we have much to be grateful concerning the English Bible that we have in our hands.  When it comes to church history, many times our thankfulness are centered upon preachers, theologians, and reformers, but often Bible translators are forgotten.  Men such as Calvin, Luther, Edwards, and Whitefield are men we recognize and men that many have read about and men whose portrait is hung on the wall in many homes.  But what about Bible translators?  One person that we must have ingrained in our mind is William Tyndale.  If you like to hang pictures of theologians in your home, I encourage you to get a frame for Tyndale. It is hard to know how Tyndale looks because he did not sit down to pose for a picture.  Since he was a fugitive, he was on the run for doing Bible translation.  This book seeks to expose Tyndale.  He…

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