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William Tyndale, priest, 1536

WILLIAM TYNDALE was born about 1495 at Slymbridge near the Welsh border. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees at Magdalen College, Oxford, and also spent some time in study at Cambridge. 460 more words


Tyndale Executed for Heresy on This Date

On this date in 1536, British scholar William Tyndale is executed for heresy. Tyndale transformed the English language by incorporating Greek and Hebrew idioms and syntaxes; this revised form is called Early Modem English, a form that Shakespeare built upon. 136 more words


Naval Blockade

This week is Banned Books Week which is an annual celebration of the freedom to read, first celebrated in 1982. I don’t like everything that everyone celebrates during banned books week, but I would like to celebrate a particular case. 727 more words

Bible Translation

Secrets She Kept

by Cathy Gohlke

Secrets She Kept is an amazing gem that I’m honored to have in my bookcase. It is one of those books that you are so sad to see the storyline end but one you know you will get off your bookcase and re-read at times. 198 more words


Review: The Message 100

Just a few years ago, I was not a fan of The Message, Eugene Peterson’s translation of the Bible. I could never put my finger on it. 813 more words


Word of God or Word of Man

Today I intend to leave the world of Ghosties and Conspiracy for the story of the most famous book in history and the source of many mysteries of it’s own. 1,065 more words

Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke

Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke

Release Date: September 2015

Publisher: Tyndale

ISBN: 978-1-4964-0080-2

Genre: Fiction/Christian/Historical

Hannah Sterling has always wished for a relationship with her mother. 450 more words