Author: Firpo Carr. Surprisingly, all 5 billion Bibles translated in whole or in part into nearly 3,000 languages sprang from Black African manuscripts. After 25 years of preparation, Firpo Carr is releasing the latest in his string of books.
Lawlor dated it to the late 13th or early 14th century, and saw it as an English copy of an Irish exemplar in turn descended from a book belonging to the Benedictine nuns of St Werbugh, Chester, in the 12th century.
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Author: Wycliffite Manuscript. But John Wyclif changed all that. There is no evidence that Wyclif himself translated the Bible (as was earlier thought to be the case); yet, this Bible no doubt owes its existence to the impetus of Wyclif’s writings.