Hey~ I found it & I haven’t had much time to look but I like it already!! Thanks!!
February 3, 2010. 3:04pm
Hi Philip, I like your website. :)
February 1, 2010. 4:07pm
Right here in your neck of the woods!
This is cool! You’ve been busy!!
March 22, 2010. 1:17pm
Codi Butler Roy
Woodland, Washington USA
This is a very interesting site Philip! I could spend many hours reading here. Thanks
for sharing the fruit of your labor with others. What I read was faith confirming.
April 14, 2010. 10:28pm
Lonsdale, Arkansas USA
I have not had the time to completely read your website but I do see is absolutely
WONDERFUL! A lot of work has gone into this and I think it’s great! :)
Also, I started reading your Mom’s stories (I got an email from Anita about it) and
I really like them. I just want her to know that she should have them published
even if it had to be something simple like from a home computer. I would totally
read them to my children. And good, moral stories are needed I think. Our culture’s
children literature is not very character building so we need alternative.....your
Anyway, please tell your Mom and Dad I say hello. And I hope this finds you doing
September 9, 2010. 8:21am
Houston, Texas USA
YAHVAH is the best way to spell His Name in out English that is to me. Now before
I take up your time with a long message full of things you have already read, like
William Tyndale’s 1534 The New Testament in which he set forth an introduction, W.T.
UNTO THE READER and A Prologue to the Epistle of Paul to the Romans in which he translates
for us Luther’s introduction to the Romans most truly and adds seven of the last
paragraphs from his (Tyndale) own pen.
Please let me know if you have read that or if you need a copy of the same of have
access to ISBN o-300-04419-4
I. Tyndale, William, d. 1536.
II. Daniel, David.
III. Title. BS140 1989
Also have you read the preface to The Holy Bible 1611 Edition King Iames Version?
The Thomas Nelson Publishers of Nashville have set forth a 301-c A word for word
reprint of the First Edition of the Authorized Version presented in roman letters
for easy ready and comparison with subsequent editions, although the family tree
page and maps are not reprinted in the 301-c it truly is a great help with the block
print of the 1611, none of the less what I would like to know is have you read The
Translators To The Reader introduction portion of the 1611 Edition? How about Luther’s
Sermons, Calvin Sermons, the Geneva 1599, and please send me an address where I can
mail a letter with photo copies of time line graphs that might be of help.