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Bishops Bible 1568



22:1If a man steale an oxe or a sheepe, and kill it, or sell it: he shall restore fiue oxen for an oxe, foure sheepe for a sheepe
22:2If a theefe be found breaking vp, and be smitten that he dye: there shall no blood be shed for hym
22:3But if the sunne be vp vpon him, then there shalbe blood shed for hym, for he should make restitution: if he haue not wherwith, he shalbe solde for his theft
22:4If the theft be founde in his hande, aliue, whether it be oxe, asse, or sheepe, he shall restore double
22:5If a man do hurt fielde or vineyarde, and put in his beast to feede in another mans fielde: of the best of his owne fielde, and of the best of his owne vineyarde, shall he make restitution
22:6If fire breake out and catche in the thornes and the stackes of corne, or the standyng corne, or fielde be consumed therewith: he that kyndeled the fyre, shall make restitution
22:7If a man deliuer his neyghbour money or stuffe to kepe, and it be stolen out of his house: if the theefe be founde, let hym pay double
22:8And if the theefe be not founde, then the good man of ye house shalbe brought vnto the Iudges, that it may be knowen whether he haue put his hande vnto his neyghbours good
22:9And in al maner of trespasse, whether it be for oxe, asse, or sheepe, rayment, or any maner of lost thing, which another chalengeth to be his: the cause of both parties shall come before the Iudges, and whom the Iudges condemne, let him pay double vnto his neyghbour
22:10If a man delyuer vnto his neyghbour to kepe, asse, oxe, sheepe, or whatsoeuer beast it be: and it dye, or be hurt, or taken away by enemies, & no man see it
22:11Then shall an oth of the Lorde be betweene them, that he hath not put his hande vnto his neyghbours good: and the owner of it shall take the oth, and the other shall not make it good
22:12And if it be stollen from hym, then he shall make restitution vnto the owner therof
22:13If it be torne in peeces, then let him bryng recorde of the tearing, and he shall not make it good
22:14And if a man borowe ought of his neighbour, and it be hurt, or els dye, and the owner therof be not by: he shall surely make it good
22:15But if the owner therof be by, he shall not make it good: if it be an hired thing, it came for his hire
22:16If a man entice a mayde that is not betrouthed, and lye with her, he shall endowe her, and take her to his wyfe
22:17And if her father refuse to geue her vnto him, he shal pay money, according to the dowrie of virgins
22:18Thou shalt not suffer a witche to lyue
22:19Whosoeuer lyeth with a beast, shall be slayne for it
22:20He that offereth vnto any gods, saue vnto ye Lord only, he shalbe killed
22:21Uexe not a straunger, neither oppresse him: for ye were straungers in the land of Egypt
22:22Ye shall trouble no wydowe nor fatherlesse chylde
22:23If ye shall euyll entreate them, and they crye out vnto me, I wyll surelye heare theyr crye
22:24And then wyl my wrath waxe hotte, and I wyll kyll you with the sworde, & your wyues shalbe widowes, and your chyldren fatherlesse
22:25If thou lende money to any of my people that is poore by thee, thou shalt not be as a tiraunt vnto him, neither shalt thou lay vpon him vsurie
22:26If thou take thy neyghbours rayment to pledge, thou shalt deliuer it vnto him by that the sunne go downe
22:27For that is his couering only, euen the rayment for his skinne, wherein he slepeth: and when he cryeth vnto me, I wyll heare him, for I am mercyfull
22:28Thou shalt not rayle vpon ye gods, neither blaspheme ye ruler of the people
22:29Thy fruites, whether they be drie or moyst, see thou kepe the not backe: thy first borne sonne thou shalt geue me
22:30Likewise also shalt thou do with thine oxen, and with thy sheepe: seuen dayes it shalbe with the damme, & the eyght day thou shalt geue it me
22:31Ye shalbe an holy people vnto me, neither shall ye eate any fleshe that is torne of beastes in the fielde, but shall cast it to a dogge
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.