Why did William Tyndale translated the Bible into English?

The greatest challenge that Tyndale’s Bible caused the Catholic Church is best summed up by Tyndale, when he gave one of his primary reasons for translating the Bible: to “cause a boy that driveth the plough to know more scripture than the clergy of the day”, many of whom were poorly educated.

Did William Tyndale translated the Bible into English?

William Tyndale (1494?-1536), who first translated the Bible into English from the original Greek and Hebrew text, is one such forgotten pioneer. As David Daniell, the author of the latest biography of Tyndale, writes, “William Tyndale gave us our English Bible” and “he made a language for England.”

How did the Bible come to be translated in English?

The first printed English translation of the whole Bible was produced by Miles Coverdale in 1535, using Tyndale’s work together with his own translations from the Latin Vulgate or German text. … This first edition was adapted by Coverdale for his first “authorised version”, known as the Great Bible, of 1539.

What is the most accurate translation of the Bible in the world?

The New American Standard Bible (NASB) holds the reputation for being the “most accurate” Bible translation in English. This translation was first published in 1963, with the most recent edition being published in 1995.

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What was wrong with the Tyndale Bible?

Why was the Tyndale’s translation illegal? In England it was forbidden to translate the Bible into a vernacular language. Tyndale had to take his English translation of the New Testament to Cologne to have it printed, but his endeavour was uncovered and he was forced to halt the printing and flee.

Where is the original Bible kept?

They are the Codex Vaticanus, which is held at the Vatican, and the Codex Sinaiticus, most of which is held at the British Library in London.