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Bishops Bible 1568



38:1And he made the burnt offering aulter of Sittim wood: fiue cubites was the length thereof, and fiue cubites the breadth euen foure square, and three cubites hye
38:2And he made vnto it hornes in the foure corners of it, proceedyng out of it: and he ouerlayde it with brasse
38:3And he made all the vessels of the aulter, the ashpannes, and besomes, and basins, fleshehokes, & fire pannes: all the vessels therof made he of brasse
38:4And he made a brasen grediron of networke vnto the aulter, rounde about alowe beneath, vnto the middest of the aulter
38:5And cast foure ringes of brasse for the foure endes of the grediron, to put barres in
38:6And he made the barres of Sittim wood, and couered them with brasse
38:7And put the barres into the ringes in the foure corners of the aulter to beare it with all, and made the aulter holowe within the boordes
38:8And he made the lauer of brasse, and the foote of it also of brasse of the glasses of the women assemblyng, whiche came together at the doore of the tabernacle of the congregation
38:9And he made the court on the south side, full south: and the hanginges of the court were of whyte twined silke, hauing a hundreth cubites
38:10Their pillers were twentie, and their brasen sockettes twentie: but the knoppes of the pyllers and their hoopes were of siluer
38:11And on the northsyde the hangynges were an hundred cubites, their pillers were twentie, and their sockettes of brasse twentie: but the knoppes and the hoopes of the pyllers were of siluer
38:12On the west syde were hangynges of fiftie cubites, ten pillers, and their ten sockettes: but the knoppes and the hoopes of the pyllers were of siluer
38:13And towarde the east syde full easte, were hangynges of fiftie cubites
38:14The hangynges of the one syde of the gate were fifteene cubites long, with three pillers and three sockettes
38:15And of the other side of the court gate, were hangynges also of fifteene cubites long, with three pillers & three sockets
38:16All the hangynges of the court rounde about, were of whyte twyned silke
38:17But the sockettes of the pillers were of brasse, and the knoppes & the hoopes were of siluer, and the coueryng of the heades was of siluer: and all the pillers of the court were hooped about with siluer
38:18And the hangyng of the gate of the court was needle worke, of blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twyned silke: twentie cubites long, & fiue in breadth, ouer against the hanginges of the court
38:19And their pillers were foure, and their foure sockettes of brasse, & the knoppes of siluer, and the heades ouerlayde with siluer, and hooped about with siluer
38:20And all the pynnes of the tabernacle and of the court rounde about, were of brasse
38:21This is the sume of the tabernacle euen of the tabernacle of ye congregation, as it was couted accordyng to the comaundement of Moyses, for the office of the Leuites by the hande of Ithamar, sonne to Aaron the priest
38:22And Betsaleel the sonne of Uri, the sonne of Hur, of the tribe of Iuda, made all that the Lorde commaunded Moyses
38:23And with hym was Aholiab, sonne of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan, a cunnyng workeman, an embroderer, and a worker of needle worke, in blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twyned silke
38:24All the golde that was occupyed for all the worke of the holy place, was the golde of the waue offeryng, twentie and nine talentes, and seuen hundred and thirtie sicles, after the sicle of the sanctuarie
38:25And the summe of siluer of them that were numbred in the congregation, was an hundred talentes, and a thousande seuen hundred and three score and fifteene sicles, after the sicle of the sanctuarie
38:26For euery man an halfe weyght, euen halfe a sicle, after the sicle of the sanctuarie, for all them that went to be numbred, from twentie yere olde and aboue, euen for sixe hundred thousande and three thousande, and fiue hundreth and fiftie men
38:27And of the hundred talentes of siluer were cast the sockets of the sanctuarie, and the sockettes of the vayle: an hundred sockettes of the hundred talentes, a talent to euery socket
38:28And of the thousande seuen hundred seuentie and fiue sicles, he made knoppes to the pillers, and ouerlayde the heades, and hooped them
38:29And the brasse of the waue offeryng was three score & ten talentes, and two thousande and foure hundred sicles
38:30And therwith he made the sockettes to the doore of the tabernacle of the congregatio, and the brasen aulter, & the brasen grediron for it, with all the vessels of the aulter
38:31And the sockettes of the court rounde about, and the sockettes for the court gate, and all the pinnes of the tabernacle, and all the pinnes of the court rounde about
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.