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 <h1>William Tyndale</h1>
  <h2><em>The Man Who Sacrificed His Life For The Words of God</em></h2>
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<h3>Here's a Timeline of William Tyndales' life:</h3>                                                                      <ul>
                              
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 <strong>1494</strong> - Tyndale was born around the year 1494 in Melksham Court, Stinchcombe, a village near Dursley, Gloucestershire.</li>                                                                     
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 <strong>1506</strong> - Tyndale began a Bachelor of Arts degree at Magdalen Hall (later Hertford College) of Oxford University in 1506 and received his B.A. in 1512, the same year becoming a subdeacon.</li>                                                                      <li>
 <strong>1517</strong> - He was a gifted linguist and became fluent over the years in French, Greek, Hebrew, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish, in addition to English. Between 1517 and 1521, he went to the University of Cambridge.</li>
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 <strong>1521</strong> - Tyndale became chaplain at the home of Sir John Walsh at Little Sodbury and tutor to his children around 1521</li>
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 <strong>1523</strong> - Tyndale left for London in 1523 to seek permission to translate the Bible into English. He requested help from Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall, a well-known classicist who had praised Erasmus after working together with him on a Greek New Testament</li>
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 <strong>1524</strong> - Tyndale left England and landed on continental Europe, perhaps at Hamburg, in the spring of 1524, possibly travelling on to Wittenberg.</li>
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 <strong>1525</strong> - He began translating the New Testament at this time, possibly in Wittenberg, completing it in 1525 with assistance from Observant friar William Roy.</li>                                                                <li>
 <strong>1526</strong> - In 1525, publication of the work by Peter Quentell in Cologne was interrupted by the impact of anti-Lutheranism. A full edition of the New Testament was produced in 1526 by printer Peter Schoeffer in Worms, a free imperial city then in the process of adopting Lutheranism.</li>                   <li>
 <strong>1530</strong> - In 1530, he wrote The Practyse of Prelates, opposing Henry VIII's planned annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon in favour of Anne Boleyn, on the grounds that it was unscriptural and that it was a plot by Cardinal Wolsey to get Henry entangled in the papal courts of Pope Clement VII.</li>
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 <strong>1535</strong> - Eventually, Tyndale was betrayed by Henry Phillips to the imperial authorities, seized in Antwerp in 1535, and held in the castle of Vilvoorde (Filford) near Brussels.</li>
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 <strong>1536</strong> - He was tried on a charge of heresy in 1536 and was condemned to be burned to death, despite Thomas Cromwell's intercession on his behalf. Tyndale "was strangled to death while tied at the stake, and then his dead body was burned". His final words, spoken "at the stake with a fervent zeal, and a loud voice", were reported as <strong>"Lord! Open the King of England's eyes."</strong></li>
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 <p>"I defy the pope, and all his laws; and if God spares my life, ere many years, I will cause the boy that driveth the plow to know more of the Scriptures than thou dost!"</p>
  <footer><cite>William Tyndale</cite></footer></blockquote>
 <h3>If you have time, you should read more about this incredible human being on his <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Tyndale"target="_blank">Wikipedia entry</a>.</h3>
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