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English translator and Protestant martyr

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At an installation service held at Tyndale House Publishers on Oct.
The response from readers was immediate, most of them condemning Tyndale's remarks and demanding that he be fired.
The link between the church and Tyndale was with Rosie Segee, a former banker who had changed career paths to develop adult programs at the centre.
Todd Starowitz, public relations director of the publishing house, told (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2015/01/15/boy-who-came-back-from-heaven-going-back-to-publisher/) The Washington Post that Tyndale House has decided to stop publishing and distributing the book.
So many phrases we take for granted began life at the pen of Tyndale in his Bible translation.
The former is certainly true in the case of Tyndale, a private, Bible-based institution with only religious course offerings.
Wendy Tyndale's nuanced and readable account sets out the constraints within which the church operated, and how, especially during the second half of communist rule, the church leadership attempted to avoid the extremes of outright opposition and uncritical subservience.
TYNDALE WAS A LINGUISTIC GENIUS who devoted his life to the sacred text.
Durani is a third generation student of the Tyndale Biscoe School.
Luther and Tyndale, Simpson notes, both insisted that "scripture should be simple, unambiguous, and wholly beyond the need of interpretation," yet hemmed their translations of the Scriptures with rules and warnings for the unwary reader, demonstrating an essential anti-liberal attitude (p.
Theologically, Tyndale was a voice for the reformers.
And at Birmingham Crown Court, Judge Phillip Gregory sentenced Leslie Tyndale to 21 months in jail.
Tyndale, Ph.D., said at the annual meeting of the American Society of Preventive Oncology.
Tyndale, who is professor of pharmacology at the University of Toronto.
"The defective version of CYP2A6 actually slows down the metabolism of nicotine, so it stays in your body longer," says Rachel Tyndale, professor of pharmacology, who made the discovery with Edward Sellers, also of pharmacology.