THE FORBIDDEN BOOK THE HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH BIBLE

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Find The Forbidden Book - The History of the English Bible at derscontcyptuhors.gq Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Discover the fascinating story behind the preservation of the greatest Book in Human History. Speaks of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther and William Tyndale work in. Discover the fascinating story behind the preservation of the greatest Book in human history. “The Forbidden Book” is unlike anything you have ever seen before.


The Forbidden Book The History Of The English Bible

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This coincided with the invention of the printing press resulting in publishing of the first complete English translation, the Geneva Bible The Forbidden Book video, and its companion book, are the best material on the history of the English Bible ever complied. You will find these resources. The Forbidden Book: The History of the Holy Bible; Inspired, Preserved, consented to the printing of the King James English Bible only if the.

Discover how the Word was preserved through the 1, year period of the Dark and Middle Ages, when possession of scripture in any language other than Latin meant certain death at the hands of the organized church. Look at the door where Martin Luther, the first person to print the Bible in German, nailed his 95 Theses, starting the Protestant Reformation.

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Enjoyed the movie and learned a lot - Janice E. This was worth the time to set through it twice today. My husband made the statement after watching this, How amazingly God has kept his Word down through history, so we could have it today. Yes, I agree for such a time as this, As believer of Jesus Christ we know the truth has not been lost in the translating, it is confirmed in God's Children.

The Forbidden Book: The History Of The Bible

I would like to end this review with this thought. It is hosted by Dr. Lampe owns the Rare Bible Showroom in Arizona and holds a virtual monopoly over rare and antique Bibles. It is one of the rarest Bibles in the world. He has a Coverdale Bible, Great Bibles, sells leaves of the Geneva Bible, and, amazingly enough, leaves from the Gutenberg Bible — the first book ever published.

The viewer will meet most of the historical figures responsible for bringing us the Bible as we know and love it today: Wycliffe, Hus, Gutenberg, Colet, Erasmus, Tyndale, Luther and so on.

He will learn about the earliest English translations, in the Old World and in the New.

There are many amazing facts worked into the presentation. Lampe shows a scroll that is years old, and tells the viewer that it is word-for-word the same as the text of the Dead Sea Scrolls that were written a full millennium before.

He describes how the Bible went from being available in languages in AD to being available in only 1 only years later. The film The Forbidden Book is more than these. It is a chance to marvel at God's power.

To understand his sovereign hand through history, and to wonder at his miraculous protection of his word through thousands of years. It is a chance to be encouraged by great men of faith. To look at their lives and learn valuable lessons on faith, life, and courage.

It is a chance to be refreshed and renewed in the belief that the Word of God does indeed last forever. The Forbidden Book is more than a history lesson or a documentary, it is a reminder of the power, majesty, a protection of a sovereign God through the story of his word to us; The Bible.

Craig Lampe Dr. Craig Lampe, who shares his knowledge in part three of The Forbidden Book is known as a leading authority on the history of the English Bible.

He has founded and served as the pastor of a church in Arizona, as well as produced numerous television shows, documentaries, and books. Craig Lampe participated in the edition of The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity, and has also produced several museum exhibitions of rare books, ancient Bibles, Dead Sea Scroll fragments, and other ancient artifacts. His knowledge of the history and authenticity of God's word will help viewers connect the battleground of history to the Bible they hold in front of them today.

The Forbidden Book - The History of the English Bible (DVD)

Conclusion The documentary The Forbidden Book is wonderful for use in a small group, a study with a spouse or friend, or even personal devotion. Whether you are interested in the history, the documentary, or the story The Forbidden Book will interest viewers of all walks of life, ages, and places in their faith. A powerful reminder that God's word is steadfast and true and that his power, purpose, and plan remain constant throughout the ages, The Forbidden Book will encourage viewers everywhere.Craig Lampe, who shares his knowledge in part three of The Forbidden Book is known as a leading authority on the history of the English Bible.

It is a chance to be encouraged by great men of faith. But on the whole the quality is quite good.

John Wycliffe, the brilliant 14th century Oxford scholar, translated the Bible from Latin into English in order to enlighten the masses oppressed through ignorance. Lampe across Europe as the history of the Bible is brought to life.

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