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The Works of William Tyndale* – A Review by John Brentnall

Category Book Reviews
Date November 5, 2010

How we welcome this complete Works of one whose name should be held in grateful remembrance for his selfless, God-honouring life, martyrdom and translation of Holy Scripture. Here are doctrinal treatises (against popery, prelacy and the persecutor Thomas More) and on behalf of true biblical godliness, introductions to and expositions of the Word of God that have stood the test of centuries, and a biography of this intrepid but tender-hearted man of God that rekindles our love for his memory and heroic work. When we reach a point where we have to narrow down our reading to essentials, Tyndale lays claim to our time in a way that few others do. May God use this fine reprint to revive his work and reform our poor nation to his glory. Read these precious volumes prayerfully alongside Brian Moynahan’s biography and Sir Marcus Loane’s summary of Tyndale’s life in Masters of the English Reformation1 and you are sure to be blessed.

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      The Works of William Tyndale

      2 Volume Set: Doctrinal Treatises and Introductions to Different Portions of the Holy Scriptures

      by  William Tyndale


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      How we welcome this complete Works of one whose name should be held in grateful remembrance for his selfless, God-honouring life, martyrdom and translation of Holy Scripture. Here are doctrinal treatises (against popery, prelacy and the persecutor Thomas More) and on behalf of true biblical godliness, introductions to and expositions of the Word of God […]

Taken with permission from Peace and Truth 2010:4, of which magazine the author of this article is the editor.

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