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William Tyndale

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I perceived how that it was impossible to establish the lay people in any truth except the Scripture were plainly laid before their eyes in their mother tongue.

— William Tyndale

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And as the circumcised in the flesh, and not in the heart, have no part in God's good promises; even so they that be baptized in the flesh, and not in heart, have no part in Christ's blood.

— William Tyndale

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My overcoat is worn out; my shirts also are worn out. And I ask to be allowed to have a lamp in the evening; it is indeed wearisome sitting alone in the dark.

— William Tyndale

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Christ made the bread the sacrament of his body only: wherefore as the bread is no similitude of his blood, so am I not bound or ought to affirm, that his blood is there present.

— William Tyndale

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Here is also to be noted, that the cause of the institution was to be a memorial, to testify that Christ's body was given, and his blood shed for us.

— William Tyndale

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In the old covenants the people were sprinkled with blood of calves without, in their bodies, to bind them to keep the law; else we were bound to just damnation, for the breaking of it.

— William Tyndale

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No more doth it hurt to say that the body and blood are not in the sacrament.

— William Tyndale

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2005. Memorials
A memorial to Tyndale stands in Vilvoorde where he was executed. In 1525 publication of the work by Peter Quentell in Cologne was interrupted by the impact of anti-Lutheranism.

1494–1536) was an English scholar who became a leading figure in Protestant reform in the years leading up to his execution. While a number of partial and incomplete translations had been made from the seventh century onward the grass-roots spread of Wycliffe's Bible resulted in a death sentence for any unlicensed possession of Scripture in English—even though all the major European languages had been translated and made available. In 1535 Tyndale was arrested and jailed in the castle of Vilvoorde (Filford) outside Brussels for over a year.

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