The Independent Works will make Tyndale’s complete œuvre available in texts that conform to up-to-date editorial standards. They will enable scholars to study a remarkable textual bedrock of exegetical and controversial writings that exerted an extraordinary influence on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English Protestant theological doctrine, literature, ideology, politics, and history.”
— Sixteenth Century Journal

William Tyndale, best known as the translator of the first New Testament to be printed in English, played a formative role in shaping the English language, bending it toward a rigorous and colloquial style that survives to the present time. In addition to his translation work, Tyndale wrote a series of books that engaged some of the most debated topics of sixteenth-century Europe... R E A D >