William Tyndale (1494-1536) was an amazing man of God. He is known, variously, as “The Father of the English Bible” and the true hero of the English Reformation. He is one of the most important and influential men in Britain’s history.
Tyndale is a contemporary of Martin Luther and was the first man to translate the New Testament into modern English, a work he finished around 1526. Tyndale’s passion for knowledge of the truth was the catalyst leading to the demise of the Scriptural ignorance for all English-speaking people. Read more about this vitally important figure in the history of the Christian faith: A Labor of Love: The Hero of the English Reformation.