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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



2:1Therfore arte thou inexcusable o man whosoever thou be yt iudgest. For in ye same wherin thou iudgest another thou condemnest thy selfe. For thou that iudgest doest eve the same selfe thinges
2:2But we are sure that the iudgement of God is accordinge to trueth agaynst them which commit soche thinges.
2:3Thikest thou this O thou ma that iudgest them which do soche thinges and yet doest eve the very same yt thou shalt escape ye iudgemet of God?
2:4Ether despisest thou the riches of his goodnes paciece and longe sufferaunce? and remembrest not how that the kyndnes of God ledith the to repentaunce?
2:5But thou after thyne harde herte yt canot repet heapest ye togedder the treasure of wrath agaynste the daye of vengeauce when shalbe opened ye rightewes iudgemet of god
2:6which will rewarde every ma accordinge to his dedes:
2:7that is to saye prayse honoure and immortalite to them which cotinue in good doynge and seke eternall lyfe.
2:8But vnto them that are rebellious and disobey the trueth yet folowe iniquytie shall come indignacion and wrath
2:9tribulacion and anguysshe vpon the soule of every man that doth evyll: of the Iewe fyrst and also of the gentyll.
2:10To every man that doth good shall come prayse honoure and peace to ye Iewe fyrst and also to the gentyll.
2:11For ther is no parcialyte with god. But whosoever hath synned with out lawe shall perisshe wt out lawe.
2:12And as many as haue synned vnder the lawe shalbe iudged by the lawe.
2:13For before god they are not ryghteous which heare ye lawe: but the doers of the lawe shalbe iustified.
2:14For if the gentyls which have no lawe do of nature the thynges contayned in the lawe: then they havynge no lawe are a lawe vnto them selves
2:15which shewe the dede of the lawe wrytten in their hertes: whyll their conscience beareth witnes vnto them and also their thoughtes accusynge one another or excusynge
2:16at the daye when god shall iudge the secretes of men by Iesus Christ accordinge to my Gospell.
2:17 Beholde thou arte called a Iewe and trustest in the lawe and reioysist in God
2:18and knowest his will and hast experience of good and bad in that thou arte informed by the lawe:
2:19and belevest that thou thy silfe arte a gyde vnto the blynde a lyght to them which are in darcknes
2:20an informer of them which lacke discrecio a teacher of vnlearned which hast the ensample of that which ought to be knowen and of the truth in the lawe.
2:21But thou which teachest another teachest not thy selfe. Thou preachest a man shuld not steale: and yet thou stealest.
2:22Thou sayst a man shuld not commit advoutry: and thou breakest wedlocke. Thou abhorrest ymages and robbest God of his honoure.
2:23Thou reioysest in the lawe and thorow breakinge the lawe dishonourest God.
2:24For the name of god is evyll spoken of amonge the Gentyls thorowe you as it is written.
2:25Circumcisio verely avayleth if thou kepe the lawe. But if thou breake the lawe thy circumcision is made vncircumcision.
2:26Therfore if the vncircumcised kepe the ryght thinges contayned in the lawe: shall not his vncircumcision be counted for circumcision?
2:27And shall not vncircumcision which is by nature (yf it kepe the lawe) iudge the which beynge vnder the letter and circumcision dost transgresse the lawe?
2:28For he is not a Iewe which is a Iewe out warde. Nether is that thynge circumcision which is outwarde in the flesshe.
2:29But he is a Iewe which is hid wythin and the circucisio of ye herte is the true circumcision which is in the sprete and not in ye letter whose prayse is not of men but of god.
Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale was the first man to ever print the New Testament in the English language. Tyndale also went on to be the first to translate much of the Old Testament from the original Hebrew into English, but he was executed in 1536 for the "crime" of printing the scriptures in English before he could personally complete the printing of an entire Bible. His friends Myles Coverdale, and John [Thomas Matthew] Rogers, managed to evade arrest and publish entire Bibles in the English language for the first time, and within one year of Tyndale's death. These Bibles were primarily the work of William Tyndale.