“Translating the Bible from William Tyndale to King James” by Gerald Bray
Yesterday we highlighted two lectures by Paul L. Maier on Luther and the Bible, given at the Dunham Bible Museum. Today we turn your attention to yet another DBM lecture, this time by Gerald Bray, titled, “Translating the Bible from William Tyndale to King James.”
Gerald Bray is research professor of Divinity History and Doctrine at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. An ordained minister in the Church of England, Dr. Bray is the author of many scholarly articles and books, including three volumes in the Ancient Christian Commentary Series and the first volume in the Reformation Commentary Series, on Galatians and Ephesians. His Biblical Interpretation: Past and Present is an excellent treatment of the history of Biblical interpretation. His Translating the Bible from William Tyndale to King James, published by The Latimer Trust, provides the theological and historical ancestry of the King James Bible.
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