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Bishops Bible 1568



14:1Ye are the childre of the Lord your God: Ye shall not cut your selues, nor make you any baldnes betwene your eyes for ye dead man
14:2For thou art an holye people vnto the Lorde thy God, and the Lorde hath chosen thee to be a seuerall people vnto hym selfe, aboue all the nations that are vpon the earth
14:3Thou shalt eate no maner of abhomination
14:4These are the beastes which ye shall eate of, Oxen, Sheepe, and Goates
14:5Roe, Bucke, and Bugle, wilde Goate, Unicorne, wylde Oxen and Camoise
14:6And all beastes that cleaue the hoofe, and cleaueth the clift into two clawes, and chewe the cud, them ye shall eate
14:7Neuerthelesse, these ye shall not eate of them that chewe cud & of them that deuide and cleaue the hoofe only, the Camel, the Hare, and the Conie: for they chewe the cud, but deuide not the hoofe: therfore they are vncleane vnto you
14:8And also the Swine, though he deuide the hoofe, yet he cheweth not cud, therefore is he vncleane vnto you: ye shall not eate of the fleshe of suche, nor touche the dead carkasse of them
14:9These ye shall eate of all that are in the waters: All that haue finnes and scales shall ye eate
14:10And whatsoeuer hath not finnes and scales, of that ye may not eate, but it is vncleane vnto you
14:11Of all cleane byrdes ye shall eate
14:12But these are they of whiche ye shall not eate: the Egle, the Goshauke, and the Ospray
14:13The Glede, the Kite, and the Uulture after their kinde
14:14And all kinde of Rauens
14:15The Estritch, the Nightcrowe, the Cockowe, and the Sparowehauke after their kinde
14:16The litle Owle, the great Owle, nor the Redshanke
14:17The Pellicane, the Swanne, nor the Cormorant
14:18The Storke, the Heron in his kinde, the Lapwing, the Backe
14:19And let euery creeping thing that fleeth, be vncleane vnto you, and not be eaten of
14:20But of all cleane foules ye may eate
14:21Ye shall eate of nothyng that dyeth alone: But thou shalt geue it vnto the straunger that is in thy citie, that he eate it, or thou mayest sell it vnto a straunger: For thou art an holy people vnto the Lorde thy God. Thou shalt not seethe a kid in his mothers milke
14:22Thou shalt tythe all the increase of thy seede, that the fielde bringeth foorth yere by yere
14:23And thou shalt eate before the Lorde thy God, in the place whiche he hath chosen & where he hath put his name, the tithe of thy corne, and of thy wine, and of thyne oyle, and the first borne of thy kine, and of thy sheepe: that thou mayest learne to feare the Lorde thy God alwayes
14:24If the way be to long for thee, so that thou art not able to carie it, and if the place be farre from thee, whiche the Lorde thy God hath chosen to set his name there, and the Lorde thy God hath blessed thee
14:25Then shalt thou make it in money, and take the money in thine hande, and go vnto the place which the Lorde thy God shall chose
14:26And thou shalt bestowe that money for whatsoeuer thy soule lusteth after, for oxen and sheepe, wine and strong drinke, and for whatsoeuer thy soule desireth: and thou shalt eate there before the Lorde thy God, and be merie, both thou and thyne housholde
14:27And the Leuite that is within thy gates, shalt thou not forsake, for he hath neither part nor inheritaunce with thee
14:28At the ende of three yeres thou shalt bryng foorth all the tythes of thyne encrease the same yere, and lay it vp within thyne owne gates
14:29And the Leuite whiche hath no part nor inheritaunce with thee, shal come, and the straunger, the fatherlesse, & the widowe whiche are within thy gates shall eate and be filled, that the Lorde thy God may blesse thee in al ye workes of thyne hande whiche thou doest
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.