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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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15:1And anone in ye dawnynge the hye prestes helde counsell wt ye elders and ye scribes and ye whoole cogregacion and bounde Iesus and ledde him awaye and delivered him to Pilate.
15:2And Pilate axed him: arte thou the kynge of the Iewes? And he answered and sayde vnto him: thou sayest it.
15:3And the hye prestes accused him of many thinges.
15:4Wherfore Pilate axed him agayne sayinge: Answerest thou nothinge? Beholde how many thinges they lay vnto thy charge.
15:5Iesus yet answered never aworde so that Pilate merveled.
15:6At that feast Pilate was wont to delivre at their pleasure a presoner: whomsoever they wolde desyre.
15:7And ther was one named Barrabas which laye bounde with the that made insurreccion and in the insurreccion comitted murther.
15:8And ye people called vnto him and began to desyre accordinge as he had ever done vnto them.
15:9Pylate answered them and sayd: Will ye that I lowse vnto you the kynge of the Iewes?
15:10For he knewe that the hye Prestes had delyvered him of envy.
15:11But the hye prestes had moved the people that he shuld rather delyvre Barrabas vnto them.
15:12And Pylate answered agayne and sayd vnto the: What will ye then that I do wt him whom ye call ye kynge of ye Iewes?
15:13And they cryed agayne: crucifie him.
15:14Pylate sayde vnto them: What evell hath he done? And they cryed ye moore fervently: crucifie him.
15:15And so Pylate willinge to content the people lowsed them Barrabas and delyvered Iesus when he had scourged him for to be crucified.
15:16And the souddeers ledde him awaye into ye commen hall and called togedder the whoole multitude
15:17and they clothed him with purple and they platted a croune of thornes and crouned him with all
15:18and beganne to salute him. Hayle kynge of the Iewes.
15:19And they smoote him on the heed wt a rede and spat apon him and kneled doune and worsheped him.
15:20And when they had moocked him they toke the purple of him and put his awne cloothes on him and ledde him oute to crucifie him.
15:21And they compelled one that passed by called Symon of Cyrene (which cam oute of the felde and was father of Alexander and Rufus) to beare his crosse.
15:22And they brought him to a place named Golgotha (which is by interpretacion the place of deed mens scoulles)
15:23and they gave him to drinke wyne myngled with myrte but he receaved it not.
15:24And when they had crucified him they parted his garmentes castinge loottes for them what every man shulde have.
15:25And it was aboute ye thyrde houre and they crucified him.
15:26And the tytle of his cause was wrytten: The kynge of the Iewes.
15:27And they crucified with him two theves: the one on the ryght honde and the other on his lyfte.
15:28And the scripture was fulfilled which sayeth: he was counted amonge the wicked.
15:29And they that went by rayled on him: waggynge their heedes and sayinge: A wretche that destroyest the temple and byldest it in thre dayes:
15:30save thy sylfe and come doune from the crosse.
15:31Lyke wyse also mocked him ye hye preestes amonge them selves with the scribes and sayde: He saved other men him sylfe he cannot save.
15:32Let Christ the kynge of Israel now descende from the crosse that we maye se and beleve. And they that were crucified with him checked him also.
15:33And when the sixte houre was come darknes aroose over all the erth vntyll ye nynthe houre.
15:34And at the nynthe houre Iesus cryed with a loude voyce sayinge: Eloi Eloi lamaasbathani which is yf it be interpreted: my God my God why hast thou forsaken me?
15:35And some of them that stode by when they hearde yt sayde: beholde he calleth for Helyas
15:36And one ran and filled a sponge full of veneger and put it on a rede and gave him to drinke sayinge: let him alone let vs se whether Helyas will come and take him doune.
15:37But Iesus cryed with aloude voyce and gave vp the gooste.
15:38And the vayle of the temple dyd rent in two peces from the toppe to the boottome.
15:39And when the Centurion which stode before him sawe that he so cryed and gave vp the gooste he sayd: truly this man was the sonne of God.
15:40Ther were also wemen a good waye of beholdinge him: amonge whom was Mary Magdalen and Mary the mother of Iames the lytle and of Ioses and Mary Salome
15:41which also when he was in Galile folowed him and ministred vnto him and many other wemen which came vp with him to Hierusalem.
15:42And now when nyght was come (because it was ye even that goeth before ye saboth)
15:43Ioseph of Arimathia a noble councelour which also loked for ye kyngdome of God came and went in booldly vnto Pylate and begged ye boddy of Iesu.
15:44And Pylate merveled that he was alredy deed and called vnto him ye Centurion and axed of him whether he had bene eny whyle deed.
15:45And when he knewe the trueth of the Centurion he gave ye body to Ioseph.
15:46And he bought a lynnen cloothe and toke him doune and wrapped him in ye lynnen cloothe and layde him in a tombe yt was hewen oute of ye rocke and rolled a stone vnto the doze of the sepulcre.
15:47And Mary Magdalen and Mary Ioses beheld where he was layde.
Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale was the first man to ever print the New Testament in the English language. Tyndale also went on to be the first to translate much of the Old Testament from the original Hebrew into English, but he was executed in 1536 for the "crime" of printing the scriptures in English before he could personally complete the printing of an entire Bible. His friends Myles Coverdale, and John [Thomas Matthew] Rogers, managed to evade arrest and publish entire Bibles in the English language for the first time, and within one year of Tyndale's death. These Bibles were primarily the work of William Tyndale.