Biography of William Tyndale by Robert Demaus

William Tyndale

Download a free copy of Robert Demaus’s biography of the renowned Engloish Bible translator and reformer William Tyndale. This public domain title was digitised using one of the copies held in Spurgeon’s College Library.

Robert Demaus [1829?-1874], William Tyndale. A Biography. A Contribution to the Early History of the English Bible. London: The Religious Tract Society, n.d. Hbk. pp.504. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Early Life. A.D. 1484-1521
  2. Tyndale’s Life at Little Sodbury. A.D. 1521-1523
  3. Tyndale’s Life in London. A.D. 1523-1524
  4. FromTyndale’s Arrival in Hamburg to the Printing of the First English New Testament. A.D. 1524-1526
  5. Tyndale’s First New Testament: Descriptions of the Book in its Two Forms: Tyndale’s Qualifications as a Translator: Specimens of his Work
  6. Tyndale’s Life at Worms: Reception of the New Testament in England: Literary Labours: Hostility of Wolsey. A.D. 1523-1527
  7. Tynsale at MArburg: Publishes “The Wicked Mammon” and “The Obedience of a Christian Man” A.D. 1528
  8. Marburg: Antwerp: Hamburg: Publication of the “Pentateuch” and “The Practice of Preolates” A.D. 1529-1530
  9. Controversy with Sir Thomas More
  10. Tyndale at Antwerp: Negociations to induce him to Return to England: Interview with VaughanL His Continued Literary Labours. A.D. 1531
  11. Attempts to Seize Tyndale: His Renewed Wanderings: Continued Literary Labours: Fryth Arrested and Martyred in England: Tyndale’s Letter to Fryth: His FInal Remova; to Antwerp. A.D. 1532-1533
  12. Tyndale’s Life in Antwerp: Revision of the New Testament: Controversy with George Joye: Tyndale Seized. A.D. 1535-1536.
  13. Arrest of Tyndale: His Imprisonment, Trial, and Martydom. A.D. 1535-1536
  • Appendix. Mr Anderson’s Account of the First Introduction of Tyndale’s New Testament into England
  • Flemish Document
  • The New Testament of 1535

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