The History of the English Bible

John BROWN (1830 - 1922)

The celebration of the Tercentenary of the Authorized Version of the English Bible of 1611 has called into existence the little book here presented to the reader's notice. It is the brief repetition of a story beginning in 670 A.D. and reaching on for twelve hundred years to 1879. It takes us back to the Monastery of Whitby where Caedmon the monk paraphrased Scripture story in Saxon song, and brings us through the centuries to the Abbey of Westminster where a distinguished body of English scholars met in 1870 and commenced that Revision of the Scriptures which first saw the light in 1881. (From the Preface)

Genre(s): Middle Ages/Middle History, Christianity - Other

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface MaryAnn
00:02:01
Play 01 Anglo-Saxon Versions MaryAnn
00:20:51
Play 02 Wycliffe's Manuscript Bible MaryAnn
00:28:20
Play 03 Tyndale's Printed Translation MaryAnn
00:25:55
Play 04 Coverdale's and the Great Bible MaryAnn
00:24:09
Play 05 Three Rival Versions MaryAnn
00:41:58
Play 06 The Autorized Version of 1611 MaryAnn
00:24:22
Play 07 The Revised Version of 1881 MaryAnn
00:23:48