|Series||A history of the Geneva Bible -- Vol.12|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Miles Coverdale, D. D.— This celebrated puritan was born in Yorkshire, in the year , and educated in the university of Cambridge. Being brought up in the popish religion, he became an Augustine monk at the place of his education, where Dr. Barnes was prior, who was afterwards burnt for pretended heresy. Read and study in the Miles Coverdale Bible (). By the time of Tyndale's death, he had translated the entire New Testament, the whole of the Pentateuch, and the Book of Jonah in the Old Testament. But eager Bible students were waiting for more. They would not be disappointed. Following Tyndale's arrest, his work was continued to completion by Myles Coverdale (also spelt Miles Coverdale). Miles Coverdale. Miles Coverdale was born in , received the Bachelor of Canon Law degree at Cambridge University in , and his Doctor's degree from Tubingen and Cambridge a few years later. He began translating the Bible into English and he had a great deal to do with the preservation and ultimate translation of the Word of God.
Miles Coverdale was born in near Middleham, Yorkshire, England. He studied philosophy and theology at Cambridge University, where he graduated Bachelor of Canon Law. Coverdale was ordained into the priesthood in , and shortly thereafter entered the . MILES COVERDALE TRANSLATOR OF THE BIBLE () Myles Coverdale (Also spelt Miles Coverdale) (c. - 20 January ) was a 16th-century Bible translator who produced the first complete printed translation of the Bible into English. From to , he appears to have spent most of his time on the Continent. Miles Coverdale — ‘It shall greatly help ye to understand the Scriptures if thou mark not only what is spoken or written, but of whom and to whom, with w. Called the "Chairman of the Board" because of his remarkable control in big-money games, Eddie "Whitey" Ford still holds the record for World Series wins (10), and was Casey Stengel's ace during much of the Yankees' historic mid-century pennant streak. Off Pages:
Miles Coverdale, born in Yorkshire in or , stud-ied at Cambridge University (where he became an Augstin-ian Friar) and was ordained priest at Norwich in about Aside from these simple facts, little information survives of the Book of Common Prayer, it was Coverdale’s Psalter. Miles Coverdale, bishop of Exeter, Eng., who translated (rather freely; he was inexpert in Latin and Greek) the first printed English Bible. Ordained a priest () at Norwich, Coverdale became an Augustinian friar at Cambridge, where, influenced by his prior, Robert Barnes, he absorbed Lutheran. The Psalter, or the Psalms of David: Translated by Miles Coverdale and arranged according to the use Miles Coverdale. out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ The Prayer Book Psalter Walsingham Publishing. out of 5 stars 6. Paperback. $ A Psalter for /5(4). Myles Coverdale | Myles Coverdale (also spelt Miles Coverdale) (c. – 20 January ) was a 16th-century Bible translator who produced the first complete printed translation of the Bible into English. He served as Bishop of Exeter from to According to a plaque on the wall of York Minster he was believed to have been born in York in or about