William Tyndale (1494 - 1536) was an English scholar and leading figure in the Protestant Reformation who, defying the Catholic Church and English government, translated the Bible into English, for which he was strangled and burnt at the stake in 1536.

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William Tyndale (1494 - 1536) was an English scholar and leading figure in the Protestant Reformation who, defying the Catholic Church and English government, translated the Bible into English, for which he was strangled and burnt at the stake in 1536. Stock Photo
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William Tyndale (1494 - 1536) was an English scholar and leading figure in the Protestant Reformation who, defying the Catholic Church and English government, translated the Bible into English, for which he was strangled and burnt at the stake in 1536.
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