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Caveat Lector

Caveat Lector

 

Medieval Church doctrines still in force today can be an impediment to the sincere seeker. Each man and woman must become their own scholar, salvage the original intent of the Avatar's teachings and distinguish between the latter and dogmas imposed by the Roman Catholic Church. The aspirant should resist the initial impulse, the temptation, to throw out the baby (Jeshua) with the bathwater (the Church). tyndale

 
 

Fortunately, the English-speaking world can still read the undefiled words of the God-man, thanks to the heroic efforts of a "heretic". In the 16th century, William Tyndale translated—for the very first time into the vernacular—the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts of the New Testament. Burnt at the stake for his audacity, it was, nevertheless, Tyndale's meticulous translation that formed the nucleus of the authorized version of 1611—the King James Version that we have some semblance of today.

 
 
"I defy the pope and all his laws; If God spare my life, ere many years I will cause a boy that driveth the plough to know more of the Scripture than thou dost."     ~Tyndale's "Ploughboy" Edition, 1534