Luther’s 1534 Translation of the Bible

Isn’t it fantastic! It’s wonderfully illustrated and really quite a feat. I love it! (This is a facsimile in 2 volumes)

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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8 Responses to Luther’s 1534 Translation of the Bible

  1. doug says:

    yours?

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  2. No thanks. I’m having trouble enough with Middle English.

    Of course it must be nice to read the Bible in the original German.

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  3. I’m just wondering what time machine Erasmus had to make his Greek New Testament in 1516 from the originalGerman? Where’s James McGrath when you need him?

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  4. Rob Bell’s glasses are so cool he must know what he’s talking about.

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