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William Tyndale

How many Bibles do you have in your house?

6 October is remembered as the day when William Tyndale was martyred. For most of us, Bibles are easily accessible, and many of us have several. 757 more words

"The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people"*...

If Marx is right, then Tim Holman is doing his bit to fight back: the site pictured above in just one of the myriad one can find at Tim’s… 194 more words

London – Tyndale

In the Church of England Calendar of Saints, today (6 October) commemorates William Tyndale who made the first translation of the New Testament from Latin and Greek into English. 94 more words


Tell me about Prayer- A book review

Stephen Elkins is the author of “Tell me about Prayer.”  In this wonder kids book children learn what prayer is and how to pray in a way that brings honor to God.  81 more words

Book Reviews

KJV Only Controversy Book, Problems

This past week I’ve been reading James White’s excellent book, The King James Only Controversy (1995; 2009). Greek appears to be his strongest point; antiquated English perhaps his weakest. 5,058 more words

My Collection

Promises for God's Princesses by Katrina Cassel

Promises for God’s Princesses by Katrina Cassel is a devotional for young girls. Cassel takes a vast array of scriptures (100 to be exact!) and makes them come alive for young readers. 170 more words


My Princesses Learn to Be Brave by Heather Heyworth

My Rating: *****

My Princesses Learn to Be Brave, by Heather Heyworth is a sweet book about how God’s everyday princesses deal with things that come up in life. 308 more words