The Origin and Growth of the Bible in English
This graph shows the many versions through which the English Bible has developed, and the varying degrees to which the successive versions were based upon earlier versions, all the way back to the original manuscripts. Of course the original manuscripts have long since disintegrated, but more hand-written copies of those original autographs exist than for any other ancient writing of note. The graph also makes obvious how discoveries of more ancient manuscripts than those available to Tyndale have further sharpened the reliability of the newest English versions.
By the Editors
[Christian History originally published this article in Christian History Issue #16 in 1987]
So Many Languages, So Few Translations
Sixty percent of world languages have no Bible translation at all.the Editors
From the Archives: A Letter From Prison, in Tyndale’s Own Hand
Tyndale’s poignant prison letter.William Tyndale
From the Archives: Dear King Henry, . . .
From Stephen Vaughan to the absolute monarch who was hunting Tyndale down.Stephen Vaughan
From the Archives: From The Obedience of a Christian Man
William Tyndale’s account of what it means to follow Christ.William Tyndale
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