The Most Dangerous Man In Tudor England – Part Two

This is part two of the series.. inspiring influencer on the Christian landscape, amazing that not many know how influential his works truly are!

William Tyndale was a scholar, a theologian and a genius often referred to as the ‘Architect of the English Language’ second only to William Shakespeare. Fluent in eight languages, his translation of the New Testament was the first ever to be printed in English. Yet his work was denounced as heresy by authorities of the Roman Catholic Church and he was burned at the stake. Presenter and writer Melvyn Bragg charts the extraordinary life of a great reformer whose ambition and determination changed history forever.

PartTwo

http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4103012.htm

 

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