Bible Translations

Syriac, Coptic, Gothic, Ethiopic, Armenian, Georgian and Aramaic versions of the Bible all existed for a thousand years before John Wycliffe.

We have the idea that no one in the world had the Bible in their own language before English translators released us from bondage. T’aint true.

This should not undermine the work of Wycliffe, I’m just saying, history is often different from our theories.

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