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The book was to be released in September but is now officially unscheduled and has been removed from the Tyndale website.
"I do not know," replied the printer; but he confessed that he had printed a thousand volumes at the request of Tyndale and Roy.
Tyndale found that he could not attempt his task in England.
And when accused by Tyndale and others for being “the proctor of the clergy,” and richly fed, how forcible was his expression!
It does not seem at all clear that Tyndale translated from the Greek and Hebrew direct.
Jests and sarcasms had fallen from his pen in his discussion with Tyndale, as in his controversy with Luther.
Perhaps I may be allowed to say, that the question, whether Tyndale put forth any version of Jonah, is adhuc sub judice.
Then came Tyndale, whose ambition was to make a translation that any one could understand.
What was said very unfairly of Tyndale's work may be said with literal truth of Professor Saintsbury's.