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PREPARING THE WAY: The English Bible before King James

THERE are three great Book-religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Mohammedanism. Other religions have their sacred writings, but they do not hold them in the same regard as do these three. 30,671 more words

King James Version / Textus Receptus

Christians and Christ's Intention

“The true Christian was intended by Christ to prove all things by the Word of God: all churches, all ministers, all teaching, all preaching, all doctrines, all sermons, all writings, all opinions, all practices. 172 more words

Godliness/Christ Likeness

Today in Church History

John Wycliffe on His Death Bed

Wycliffe’s Final Days

The word that John Wycliffe was dying whipped like storm winds across England. Now on this day, December 30, 1384… 504 more words

Christian Living

Superficiality or Sobriety

Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.

1 Peter 5:8

Over the last year I have been in the process of discernment for Priesthood within the Church of England.

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John Wycliffe: "Morning Star of the Reformation"

The Renaissance took place in medieval Europe from roughly 1300 – 1600. This period saw a rediscovery of the classical cultures. Europe underwent a “rebirth” in every aspect of society. 618 more words


Middle English Bible Versions and John Wycliffe

The Norman Conquest checked for a time all the vernacular literature of England, including the translations of the Bible. One of the first signs of its revival was the production of the  21,486 more words

Bible Translators And Bible Translations

THE WYCLIFFE BIBLE: Translating the Latin Vulgate Bible into English In 1382

What was the impact of the Wycliffe Bible? In 1382, the English Bible translation that would later be known as the Wycliffe Bible was produced. It was still 60-years before the invention of the printing press, so it was written by hand. 21,263 more words

Bible Translators And Bible Translations