This week, 480 years ago, William Tyndale was executed and burned at the stake. Tyndale, perhaps more than any other individual, helped to make the Bible accessible to English-speaking people. And so, I’m giving away three timelines this week to help you to understand how we got the Bible! You’ll need a Twitter account and an Amazon account to enter for a chance to win.
If you didn’t win the first time, click here for a second chance to win a free How We Got the Bible timeline booklet.
This bestselling booklet is part of my How We Got the Bible video series and provides you with a quick guide to the history of Scripture—plus, it’s small enough for you to slip into your Bible for rapid reference anytime!
Here’s how the publisher describes this booklet:
How We Got the Bible covers ten key facts everyone should know about the Bible. This bestselling booklet…includes a…timeline that explains the key events and most important people involved over the centuries.
Few stories are as amazing and as touching as the story of how we got the Bible. This stunning pamphlet tells of the faithfulness and sacrifice by courageous Christians to bring the Bible to people in their own language. … How We Got the Bible is perfect for Bible studies, Sunday school classes, and church small groups.
If you’re interested in winning a free copy of this timeline booklet, I’m giving away three of them this week! To be entered for a chance to win, simply click this link: How We Got the Bible timeline giveaway.
This timeline booklet is part of a comprehensive video curriculum for small groups, churches, and schools. Watch the video below from the How We Got the Bible video study series. What questions have you faced in the past about the history of the Bible? Is there anything specific that you wish you had known when you first faced these questions? What questions about the history of the Bible do you still have right now?