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  1. A Pictorial History of Our English Bible
    A Pictorial History of Our English Bible
    David Beale
    Journeyforth / 1982 / Trade Paperback
    $6.99 Retail: $10.00 Save 30% ($3.01)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW0841497
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    Age: Over 65
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great Short History of English Bibles
    March 3, 2016
    WyoBibleReader
    Wyoming
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: Male
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    Even though I have read more "meaty" background info on the English Bible translations I still enjoyed this small, but informative book on early English Bible translations. It gives nice background info on the Geneva, Bishop's, Coverdale, Matthew's, Tyndale and King James 1611 (1613, 16-etc revisions) Bibles. It also gives a very small summary on manuscripts. For anyone wanting a general knowledge this is a nice start. For anyone wanting more knowledge you will want something with much more "meat" than this book. I highly recommend it for anyone wanting a basic understanding of early English Bible translations. It just builds your faith in God's unchangable word and the respect for those early translators.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 27, 2009
    Jean-marie Quisenberry
    I purchased this pictorial history booklet to go along with the Geneva Bible that I ordered. This litte booklet is a great resource to use along with this and any other Bible version you may have as you set out to learn more about our English translation of the Bible.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 29, 2003
    John
    I really enjoyed this small, but informative book on early english bible translations. It gives a nice "round" background on the Geneva, Bishop's, Coverdale, Matthew's, Tyndale and King James 1611 (1613, 16-etc revisions) Bibles. It also gives a very small summary on manuscripts. For anyone wanting a general knowledge this is a nice start. For anyone wanting more knowledge you will want something with much more "meat" than this book. I do highly recommend it though for anyone wanting a basic understanding of early english bible translations.
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