William Tyndale Paperback
Man of mystery - master of the mysterious
by Andrew Edwards; Fleur Thornton;
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Where was he born? We dont know. When was he born? We cant be sure. Who were his parents? We have no idea. Where did he go to school? We are not certain about that either. Why was he master of the mysterious? Because he made the greatest book in the world make sense to everyone.
But we do know that he was:
· A man who had two names..
· Hunted by the kings soldiers..
· An outlaw in Europe running from city to city..
· A man who worked all day and into the night..
· Betrayed and thrown into a cold, dark dungeon cell.....
.... finally, he was strangled and burnt at the stake!
And he knew what lay ahead if he was ever caught. So, what was he doing and why did he risk it?
This is the story of one of Englands greatest men who gave us the greatest gift of all...
William Tyndale by Andrew Edwards; Fleur Thornton was published by Day One in September 2005 and is our 22880th best seller. The ISBN for William Tyndale is 9781846251801.
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Footsteps of the Past: William TyndaleMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Andrew Edwards and Fleur Thornton have produced an activity book to match others in this series. An imaginative mixture of things to do, from puzzles of various kinds, a skeleton to make – sure to be a winner! – a coded letter to decipher and much more. Hours of fun while learning about this great man. The text is a simplified version of that found in Travel With William Tyndale so if you need to know more that is where to look.
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Details for William Tyndale
|Page last updated||22nd March 2015|
|Author / Artist||Andrew Edwards; Fleur Thornton|
|Publisher||Day One (September 2005)|
|Number of Pages||32|