Lecture 1: From Wycliffe to King James

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I. Introduction

A. Authority

B. The Priesthood of Believers

C. Implication: Access to the Word of God

II. From Wycliffe to King James: The Period of Challenge

A. John Wycliffe (c. 1328-1384) and his Bible (c. 1382)

1. Background

2. Text

3. Translation

4. Significance

B. William Tyndale (c. 1494-1536) and his New Testament (1525-1536)

1. Background

2. Text

3. Translation

4. Significance

C. The Coverdale Bible (1535)

D. Matthew’s Bible (1537)

E. The Great Bible (1539)

F. The Geneva Bible (1557 [NT], 1560 [whole Bible])

G. The Bishops’ Bible (1568)

H. The Rheims-Douai Bible (1582, 1609-10)

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