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PreachParsly
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 Re: Is there somewhere online?

[url=http://wesley.nnu.edu/biblical_studies/tyndale/index.htm]Right Here[/url]

It says it was made available by Ron Bailey... I wonder if this is the Ron Bailey of this site...


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Josh Parsley

 2007/4/20 13:20Profile
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Tyndale sure could have used a spell checker. :-)

 2007/4/20 13:29Profile
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I recently bought [url=http://www.amazon.com/New-Testament-William-Tyndale/dp/1840221291/ref=sr_1_13/103-1271459-7508638?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1177090336&sr=8-13]this version[/url] of Tyndale's New Testament. It is great because it also contains his notes.

 2007/4/20 13:33Profile









 Re: Some differences from the KJV


Re: Is there somewhere online?


Hi openlife

This is the modern-spelling version I'm using.

Although I've given you the UK link (below), I know it is available new through bookstores currently in the US, for $21.

[url=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tyndales-New-Testament-William-Tyndale/dp/0300065809/ref=sr_1_2/026-8141730-5544443?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1177260387&sr=1-2]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tyndales-New-Testament-William-Tyndale/dp/0300065809/ref=sr_1_2/026-8141730-5544443?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1177260387&sr=1-2[/url]


This version is technically copyright from being put online.

 2007/4/22 12:52









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Tyndale sure could have used a spell checker



Yas, soo culd I. I em nut da bestest spelr in da werld.

Krispy

 2007/4/22 15:15









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KrispyKrittr wrote:
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Tyndale sure could have used a spell checker



Yas, soo culd I. I em nut da bestest spelr in da werld.

Krispy

:-P

Have you ever read the original KJV 1611? English had not yet been standardized so there are alot of crazy spellings. I have a copy and read it often. It has the apocrypha stuck right in the middle (which is good for historical value). I really like the way this bible flows. All those mispelled words add something to it. It's like you can't wait to turn the page to see whats next.

 2007/4/22 15:53
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It's "misspelled" :-P


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Denver McDaniel

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From Tyndale...

Ephesians 2:1-3

"And hath quickened you also that were dead in trespass and sin, in the which in the time past ye walked, according to the course of this world, and after the governor that ruleth in the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of unbelief, among which we also had our conversation in time past, in the lusts of our flesh, and fulfilled the will of the flesh and of the mind: and were naturally the children of wrath, even as well as the other."

I found first, that the 'governor that ruleth in the air" works in the children of "unbelief."

Do you see what this is saying?

Also, secondly, we all "had our conversation in time past," with this "governor."

What does it mean to converse with the "governor" of this world?

In Christ
Jeff

Edit...

PS...I found that the KJV is similar to the Tyndale translation...I usually quote from the NKJV.


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I wonder if this is the Ron Bailey of this site...


As it happens... yes, it is. I did it quite a few years ago.


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Ron Bailey

 2007/4/26 12:30Profile









 Re: Some differences from the KJV

philologos said

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...BTW my version of preference is still the KJV.

I agree that the general English of the KJV is more accessible now, but this is partly because of the way some older English has changed in meaning.... for instance, Tyndale's use of the word 'fortune' could be confusing.

Since you posted your comments, Ron, I've realised even more how my love of hymns and their quaint re-ordering of words in sentences, had prepared me for making sense of Tyndale.

Without doubt, his style could be a lot of work for some people. But for me, also [i]without doubt[/i], the Holy Spirit has used his classical English to bring some meanings to life for me. And I find his marginal notes helpful.

 2007/4/27 6:48





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