History, religion, and adventure blend in The Bible That Wouldn't Burn, the story of how William Tyndale gave his life to bring the Bible to the English in their own language instead of Latin and Greek. Tyndale, a contemporary of Martin Luther, fought the English church fathers until they could get rid of him but not his translation. The story is seen through the eyes of a boy and contains a copy of the Christmas story in Tyndale's own translation from one of the few remaining copies of Tyndale's New Testament in the British Museum.
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Louise Ulmer is the author of many titles in the Arch Book Bible stories in Concordia's multi-million selling series.
She co-authored ABC'S OF FOOD, an children's food encyclopedia. Among her other works for children are Winter Shaker, The Globster of Glassy Beach, My Fashion Folio. Many of her books are published as Ebooks. She also teaches children's literature and edits for other writers.
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Book Description Peach Blossom Publications, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110941367010