Tyndale : the man who gave God an English voice / David Teems.
- ISBN: 9781595554147 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1595554149 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 303 pages)
- Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, 
- Copyright: ©2012
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Translating Tyndale -- Pandora's jar -- Table talk -- Language is the only homeland -- Author and finisher -- Farewell, unhappy, hopeless, blasphemous Rome -- It was England to him -- The mother of all good works -- A book for me and all kings to read -- Well done -- Mine heart's desire -- A troubled fascination : William Tyndale and Thomas More -- No timid friend to truth -- Talk softly and write one ridiculously long book -- The medicine of scripture -- Now we see in a glass even in a dark speaking -- Do thou the worst thou canst unto me -- And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding -- Epilogue: elegy -- Appendix A : timeline -- Appendix B: First usage of words by William Tyndale -- Appendix C : letters to John Frith.
William Tyndale brought the English scripture to the common citizen. His efforts ultimately cost him his life, but his contribution to English spirituality is measureless. Five centuries after his death at the stake, Tyndale's presence still looms wherever English is spoken. The author tells the story of the man known as the "architect of the English language," the English Paul who defied a kingdom and a tyrannical church to introduce God to the plowboy.
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