The Dangerous Business of Bible Publishing in the Sixteenth Century

by Carl Nellis, Associate Editor 'It was impossible to establish the lay people in any truth, except the Scripture were laid before their eyes in their mother tongue.’ —William Tyndale [1] The story of printing from the invention of Gutenberg’s press in 1450 to the work of the Reformers has been told and retold in … Continue reading The Dangerous Business of Bible Publishing in the Sixteenth Century