John Reynolds suggested that there should be 'one only translation of the Bible to be authentical
and read in church'.
Generally the conference resolved little, but in order to save it from complete disaster he responded to a late request of John Reynolds, leader of the Puritan delegation, for "one only translation of the Bible" which was to be "declared authentical
, and read in the church.
According to Authentical
Information and the Latest Regulations (London, 1912).
16) This is the line taken by Sidney, and also by Jonson's fellow-classicist George Chapman who proclaims the Aristotelian point of view in his letter to Sir Thomas Howard prefacing The Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois: 'And for the authentical
truth of either person or action, who (worth the respecting) will expect it in a poem, whose subject is not truth, but things like truth?