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Bishops Bible 1568



11:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moyses and Aaron, and sayde vnto them
11:2Speake vnto the chyldren of Israel, and say: These are the beastes whiche ye shall eate, among all the beastes that are on the earth
11:3Whatsoeuer parteth the hoofe, and is clouen footed, and chaweth cud among the beastes, that shall ye eate
11:4Neuerthelesse, these shall ye not eate, of them that chawe cud, and deuideth the hoofe: onlye as is the Camell, whiche chaweth cud, but he deuideth not the hoofe, therefore is he vncleane vnto you
11:5Euen so the Connie whiche chaweth the cud, but deuideth not the hoofe, he is vncleane to you
11:6And the Hare, though he chaweth the cud, yet because he deuideth not ye hoofe, he is therefore vncleane to you
11:7And agayne the Swyne, though he deuide the hoofe, and is clouen footed, yet he chaweth not the cud, he is vncleane to you
11:8Of their fleshe shall ye not eate, and their carkasses shall ye not touche: but let them be vncleane to you
11:9These shall ye eate, of all that are in the waters: whatsoeuer hath finnes and skales in the waters, seas, and riuers, that shall ye eate
11:10And all that haue not finnes nor skales in the sea and riuers, of all that moue and liue in the waters, let them be abhomination vnto you
11:11They I say, shalbe an abhomination vnto you: ye shall not eate of their flesh, but abhorre their carkasses
11:12Let all that haue no finnes nor skales in the waters, be abhominable vnto you
11:13These are they whiche ye shall abhorre among the foules, and that ought not to be eaten, for they are an abhomination: The Egle, the Goshauke, and the Ospray
11:14The Uultur, and the Kyte after his kinde
11:15And all Rauens after their kinde
11:16The Estrich, the nyght Crowe, the Coockowe, and the Hauke after his kynde
11:17The Falcon, the Cormorant, the great Owle
11:18The Backe, the Pellicane, the Pye
11:19The Storke, the Iay after his kinde, the Lapwyng, and the Swalowe
11:20Let all foules that creepe and go vpon all foure, be an abhomination vnto you
11:21Yet these may ye eate, of euery creepyng thyng that hath wynges, and go vpon foure feete: euen those that haue not bowynges aboue vpon their feete, to leape withall vpon the earth
11:22Euen these of them ye may eate: the Arbe after his kinde, the Selaam after his kinde, the Hargol after his kinde, and the Hagab after his kinde
11:23All other foules that creepe and haue foure feete, shalbe abhomination vnto you
11:24In such ye be vncleane: and whosoeuer toucheth the carkasse of them, shalbe vncleane vntyll the euen
11:25And whosoeuer beareth the carkasse of them, shall washe his clothes, and be vncleane vntyll the euen
11:26And euery beast that hath hoofe, and is not clouen footed, nor chaweth cud, such are vncleane vnto you: euery one that toucheth them, shalbe vncleane
11:27And whatsoeuer goeth vppon his pawes, among all maner beastes that go on all foure feete such are vncleane vnto you: and who so doth touche their carkasse shalbe vncleane vntyll the euen
11:28And he that beareth the carkasse of them, shall washe his clothes, and be vncleane vntyll the euen: for such are vncleane vnto you
11:29And let these also be vncleane to you, among the thynges that creepe vpon the earth: the Weasel, and the Mouse, and the Toade after ther kinde
11:30The Hedhogge, the Stellio, the Lacert, the Snayle, and the Moole
11:31These are vncleane to you among all that creepe: whosoeuer doth touche them when they be dead, shalbe vncleane vntyll the euen
11:32And whatsoeuer any of the dead carkasses of them doth fall vpon, shalbe vncleane, whether it be vessell of wood, or rayment, or skinne, or sacke, or whatsoeuer vessell it be that any worke is wrought in: and it must be plunged in the water, and it shalbe vncleane vntyll the euen, and so shall it be cleansed
11:33All maner of earthen vessell wherinto any of them falleth, shalbe vncleane, with all that therein is, and it shalbe broken
11:34All maner meate also that is vsed to be eaten, yf any such water come vpo it, shalbe vncleane: And all maner drynke that is vsed to be drunke in all maner such vessels, shalbe vncleane
11:35And euery thyng that their carkasse falleth vpon, shalbe vncleane, whether it be ouen or kettle, let it be broken: For they are vncleane, and shalbe vncleane vnto you
11:36Neuerthelater, yet the fountaynes, and welles, and collection of waters, shalbe cleane styll: but that which toucheth their carkasses, shalbe vncleane
11:37If the dead carkasse of any such fall vpon any seede vsed to sowe, it shall yet be cleane styll
11:38But and yf any water be powred vpon the seede, and a dead carkasse fall theron, it shalbe vncleane vnto you
11:39If any beast of which ye may eate, dye, and any man touche the dead carkasse thereof, he shalbe vncleane vntyll the euen
11:40He that eateth of the dead carkasse of it, shall washe his clothes, and be vncleane vntyll the euen: And he also that beareth the carkasse of it, shall washe his clothes, and be vncleane vntyll the euen
11:41Let euery creepyng thyng that creepeth vpon the earth be an abhomination, and not be eaten
11:42Whatsoeuer goeth vpon the brest, and whatsoeuer goeth vpon foure, or that hath mo feete among all creepyng thynges that creepe vpon the earth: of that see ye eate not, for they are abhominable
11:43Ye shall not make your soules abhominable with nothyng that creepeth, neither make your selues vncleane with them, that ye shoulde be defyled therby
11:44For I am the Lorde your God: Be sanctified therfore, and ye shalbe holy, for I am holy: and ye shall not defyle your soules with any maner of creeping thyng that creepeth vpon the earth
11:45For I am the Lorde that brought you out of the lande of Egypt, to be your God: ye shalbe holy therfore, for I am holy
11:46This is the lawe of beastes & foules, and of euery lyuyng creature that moueth in the waters, and of euery creature that creepeth vpon the earth
11:47That there may be a difference betweene the vncleane and cleane, and betweene the beast that may be eaten, and the beast that ought not to be eaten
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.