A short grammatical study that shows why we should keep “unto” in the Bible: it conveys spiritual meaning that is unique to Christian doctrine and is instructive for the faith.
William Tyndale warned his readers that Antichrist is not a future mystery man, but a spiritual thing. We must be alert to him now, or we will fail to identify him. See what he wrote, in his own words.
Myles Coverdale published “Fruitful Lessons” c 1540. Here is his lesson about the giving of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost: why it happened when it did (the 50th day), where it did, and more.
Among 16th century Protestants, Calvin’s insistence on preaching about predestination was controversial. See why Luther, Tyndale, and even some Reformed Swiss churches disagreed with Geneva practice, and how the case of Jerome Bolsec brought matters to a head.
In Genesis18 the Lord warned Abraham about the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Tyndale’s translation makes the meaning come alive, but first we must understand his obsolete English!
In the Matthew Bible and other early Bibles, Abraham left Haran with servants who were born in his household. This was changed in later versionss.
Early Bibles say God created “HEAVEN” and earth. Modern Bibles say “THE HEAVENS…” What is the difference? Which is correct? Luther’s answer was clear.
When John Rogers compiled the 1537 Matthew Bible, he included a wide variety of biblical information, guides, and study helps. One interesting feature in the front pages was two charts that compared two different calculations of the age of the earth.
What is the “mark of the beast” in the book of Revelation? Tyndale’s understanding makes good sense in light of prophecy and history.
For centuries, Daniel 9:27 was believed to be a prophecy about the New Covenant, the covenant that the Lord Jesus wrote in his body and blood. But that has changed in recent years through Dispensational teaching, which says Daniel 9:27 is a prophecy of the covenant of Antichrist.