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FOR THE CHILDREN

Synopsis

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' Christian England '
4—' The English Bible '
By Alec MacDonald
Marcus Barron
(By permission of Sydney Carroll)
Henry Hepworth
Ian Dawson
Produced by Geoffrey Dearmer
While Michael is finding the places in the Bible for his father, the Rector, to read the Lessons at Evensong, he happens to notice the Translators' Preface to James I. And so he asks his father about the languages the Bible was originally written in, and how it came to be translated into English. When the Rector has told him the story of Wycliff's translation, they are visited by the shade of his predecessor of four centuries ago. This ghostly rector tells them he was an intimate friend of William Tyndale , who suffered martyrdom in 1537, and on whose translation the Authorised Version is based.

Contributors

Unknown: Alec MacDonald
Unknown: Marcus Barron
Unknown: Henry Hepworth
Unknown: Ian Dawson
Produced By: Geoffrey Dearmer
Unknown: James I. And
Unknown: William Tyndale






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