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Tyndale's New Testament Paperback – September 10, 1996
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David Daniell is well qualified for this effort. He does a masterful job, and the book is a great value in the paperback edition, but the hardcover is priced much too high. It is poorly bound, using glue injection, the pages will not lay open! As the glue hardens in the future, you can expect pages to fall out.
I am very glad I bought the book, Tyndale's work is worthy of study, and shows great respect for God's Word. Tyndale himself suffered greatly to get the Word into the hands of all English speakers... Surely the work would be more popular if it could be freely quoted.
For your money, buy the paperback edition...
This historic New Testament is available at what amounts to a bargin price. The type is easy to read. Anyone woried about reading older English forms should not hesitate to purchase this volume. I believe what makes older English harder to read is the older spelling and type. With Mr. Daniell's updating of the spelling, I believe Tyndall's New Testament is more readable than the King James Version (KJV). Additionally, Tyndall's wording seems simplier than the KJV and is in more in keeping with modern translations. For example, the word "love" is used in 1 Corinthians 13 instead of the KJV's "charity".
I would like to own an original printing of Tyndall's New Testament, but I'm sure I can not afford it. With the publication of this volume, I got a more readable and much more affordable copy.
Tyndale's interpretation (where the two works differ) is stronger and more forceful.
Tyndale's last words (before he was strangled and burned at the stake for heresy) were "Lord God, open the King of England's eyes."
Look like his prayers (and life's work) had an enormous impact on all the world.
This book is a valuable treasure and a foundational item for every Christian's library.
And in my own life, the information and background and history offered in this book opened my eyes to the price our fellow Christians paid so that we could all have a Bible in our homes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
John Foxe called William Tyndale "God's Apostle to England". Tyndale was called by God to translate the New Testament into English. His work is faithful and true. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Magnusson Davis
I am so GRATEFUL to have this copy of Tyndale's New Testament with modern spelling and lettering, allowing me to be able to read it and refer to passages in it almost as easily as... Read morePublished 9 months ago by JesusGeek
Excellent wide margins & Ivory colored thick paper enable very easy reading.
THE BOOK SHOULD ALWAYS BE MADE AVAILABLE ; SAME AS THE W.T. Read more
This is an excellent New Testament. The text is laid out in a way that one would feel as though they are reading a novel which gives the reader the feeling that this will be easy... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Naomi Segura
This is a thoroughly readable version of the NT. Written in Olde/ Middle English with Modern English spelling. Clear bold type face. Tyndale at his best. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Antoninvs