The nine versions summarized are dealt below with in separate articles. The Apocrypha were included normally in Bibles of the Reformation period. Prayer-books and Psalters were bound often with the Bible. A wealthy London merchant subsidized with the gift of ten pounds. The Church had objected because offensive notes to Tyndale's translations, is for this reason. A complete analysis of the Authorised Version known as the King James and the AV down the generations, shows that Tyndale's words. The first complete translation and English was compiled by Myles Coverdale, was influenced much by Tyndale.
The remainder used Coverdale's translation received the approval of Henry VIII. The installation of these great books caused tremendous excitement as crowds. The Great Bible appeared in two years in seven editions. The decree led in 1546 to another great burning of Bibles. Edward VI cast off all restrictions on publication and translation. The only Bible translation published during Mary's reign. The Geneva Bible was published first in 1560, made several changes was compiled by William Whittingham. The chapter division were taken from the work of Stephanus in large part. The Geneva version was printed in the older typeface in Roman type. The result was that Elizabeth's Archbishop, selected a revision committee is known as the Bishops Bible, was issued in Elizabeth. The result ceased before the first issue of the new official version, is that the Old Testament of the Douai version. The Douai version was the work of English Roman Catholic scholars. The New Testament was issued in 1582 at Rheims, is made from the Hebrew.
The Douai translation was updated by Bishop Challoner in 1750. Various updates remained the standard Catholic English-language Bible until 1941. The King James Version was published first as a New Testament and a complete Bible in 1611. The edition of the King James Bible found in modern printings. New standards of scholarship increasing fragmentation of Christian communities.
|Year||Early Modern English Bible translations|
|1546||The decree led in 1546 to another great burning of Bibles.|
|1560||The Geneva Bible was published first in 1560.|
|1582||The New Testament was issued in 1582 at Rheims.|
|1611||The King James Version was published first as a New Testament and a complete Bible in 1611.|
|1750||The Douai translation was updated by Bishop Challoner in 1750.|
|1941||Various updates remained the standard Catholic English-language Bible until 1941.|