William Tyndale's 1525 English translation of the New Testament. This image depicts the First Chapter of John. Online courtesy, Wikimedia Commons.
Anyone who lives in the free world can walk into a bookstore and buy a Bible. Most of us never think about how it actually ended up on that bookshelf.
How did the Bible come to us? Do any original manuscripts still exist? Where are they? Who translated them? Were scholars really killed for translating the Bible? The answers to these, and other questions, may surprise you.
Join us on an interactive journey to explore what are still highly debated topics.
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