William Tyndale: His Life, His Legacy

On October 6, 1536, after 500 days of imprisonment without a trial, an Englishman was tied to a post on a small wooden platform. Given a final chance to recant, the accused merely prayed, "Lord, open the king of England's eyes." On signal, the executioner pulled the rope until the prisoner stopped breathing. Then he was burned. What was the horrible crime committed by this criminal? Translating the Bible into the English language!

This episode of Captain Bret's Christian Movie Show features a film produced by Christian Hidalgo titled "William Tyndale: His Life, His Legacy." It is an inspiring documentary about the man who is considered to be the father of the English Bible.

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