God's Spy: William Tyndale and the Book that Conquered England

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The events and characters surrounding King Henry VIII’s Tudor Court and the English Reformation have received many treatments in novels, plays, and cinema. Yet the most important figure of the age, William Tyndale, is hardly mentioned much less celebrated. The man who gave us the first English Bible, invented modern English, set the drive towards democracy and personal judgment in the English speaking world, provoked literacy in England to go from 6% to 50%, essentially founded the Church of England, and defined the civil philosophy that launched the English Empire, lived a life even more dramatic than the better known figures of Henry, Anne Boleyn, Thomas Moore, and Thomas Cromwell. They largely reacted to change, while Tyndale was the greatest change agent in history. Part spy thriller, part history, and part Arden forest romance, God’s Spy imaginatively presents on stage in a modern dramatic verse not just the events but the spiritual issues that moved the men and women of the times.

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