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1. I am looking for a book called "Description Of A Title-Page Of A New Testament Dated Anno 1532" by Francis Fry. I prefer a digital facsimile but will gladly accept it in any form. If you know of a copy, printed or digital, please let me know. Contact information is at the bottom of this page.
2. If you do not see the early English Bible you are looking for available on this site let me know. I have many not listed here, if I have the one you are looking for I can email it to you.
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Gospel Music from 1898 to 1975.
BEFORE THERE WAS AN ENGLISH BIBLE
The story of the Cross in English, ca. 700.
A retelling of the Gospels in English, ca. 835.
A summary of Genesis, Exodus, Daniel and the account of Christ and Satan in English, ca. 945.
A retelling of the story of the Cross in English, ca. 975.
DIGITAL ENGLISH BIBLES AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
Digital facsimiles of English Bibles from ca. 975 to 1952.
First Edition Tyndale Bible texts and rare documents concerning Tyndale.
Links to English theological works from ca. 1050 onward.
READING THE ENGLISH BIBLES
HTML text files of English Bibles from ca. 995 to 1901.
Fifty-one editions including four Old English versions and twelve Middle English versions.
Compare your English Bible to the early English Bibles.
CONCERNING THE ENGLISH BIBLE
The story of the birth of the English Bible.
Differences Between Older Bibles And Modern Bibles.
Information About The Bibles.
Pages from early English Bibles, from the Anglo-Saxon Bible through the King James Bible.
This website operator's central core beliefs concerning Theology, Bibles and the Bible.
This website operator's viewpoints on various Bibles and Bible related texts.
Hard to find foreign language Bibles: Luther, Olivetan, Reina, Diodati, Eliot, et. al.
Links to places of interest.
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Please send one or more of the four Cs: Comments, Complaints, Criticisms, Corrections.
I would really appreciate corrections.
In the King James Bible the word "the" occurs 12,570 times more than the word "and". Was I the only one to ever wonder?