William Tyndale and Michael Servetus are two of the many that, despite opposition and the threat of death, risked their lives and reputations to defend Bible truth.
He has been called the “Renaissance equivalent of today’s international celebrity.” What made him famous?
For 300 years, this translation held a unique place.
Elias Hutter, a 16th-century scholar, published two Bibles in Hebrew that were especially valuable.
How did he strive to achieve that goal despite opposition?