Two exciting things to share with you today, friends.
First: A new video—and it’s a doozy.
The Whiteboard Bible Study video of the book of Genesis is here! This video will give you not only an overview of the first book of the Bible, but you’ll also get some ideas for how this book fits into the Torah and lays the groundwork for the rest of Scripture. I think you’ll really enjoy it.
Watch the video here.
And don’t forget to subscribe to the OverviewBible YouTube channel to find out about these videos as soon as they go live!
Second: Who was William Tyndale?
William Tyndale was a sixteenth-century Bible translator and theologian. He produced the first English translation of the Bible from the original Greek and Hebrew.
His work played a prominent role in the Protestant Reformation by challenging the papacy’s authority and advocating that everyone should be able to read the Bible, not just the clergy and academic elite.
Tyndale’s translation efforts revolutionized the religious landscape of the world. And his subversive theology and open criticism of authority made him an enemy of both the King of England and the pope.
It cost him his life.
Have a fine weekend, and have a fine time in the Bible this week. I’m already looking forward to sharing some new resources with you soon. =)