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
The history of the English Bible begins early in the history of the English people, though not quite at the beginning of it, and only
The richest fruit of Luther’s leisure in the Wartburg and the most important and useful work of his whole life is the translation of the
THERE are three great Book-religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Other religions have their sacred writings, but they do not hold them in the same regard as
Why did most people have virtually no access to the Bible in John Wycliffe’s time? What was the impact of the Wycliffe Bible? How did the clergy react to Wycliffe and his movement? Of what are we convinced, and how does this strengthen our faith? How does God’s Word deepen our love for him?
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