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The 2,000 Year War on Education
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When I came upon Tyndale, I found his work far more inspiring than Martin Luther. Tyndale translated the Latin Bible into English and he was killed for it. 

Tyndale, for me, became one of the greatest Knights of Truth in the fight to Restore the Educational System. Tyndale, very much is one of my heroes.

The Invention of the Printing Press allowed books to become accessible to aristocrats and the elite who “read” for “prestige” and “status” to impress.

Their power was seen almost immediately. The biggest marker of this time period was the revolution that “What the Church taught” did not at all match “What the Bible said,” which did not at all match “What Jesus Christ said.”

Tyndale’s work exposed the Holy Roman Church, which led to the divide of the Protestant Reformation. 

Tyndale’s work set the first big Crack in the Delusion of The Holy Roman Empire and too few people know about the work he did.


Tyndale’s translations of Biblical books were re-used by subsequent English editions (often without his sectarian prefaces or annotations), including the Great Bible and the Bishops’ Bible, authorized by the Church of England. In 1611, after seven years of work, the 47 scholars who produced the King James Version[6] of the Bible drew extensively from Tyndale’s original work and other translations that descended from his.[7] One estimate suggests that the New Testament in the King James Version is 83% Tyndale’s words and the first half of the Old Testament 76%.[8][9] In 2002, Tyndale was placed 26th in the BBC’s poll of the 100 Greatest Britons.[10][11]

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