William Tyndale was ordained as a priest in 1521, having studied Greek diligently at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, specifically the Textus Receptus. He conferred with Luther in Germany and stayed on the continent translating the Bible from Greek into English and smuggling New Testaments into England. He was betrayed by a friend and was arrested in Brussels, Belgium. He was found guilty of treason and heresy against the church. He was strangled in the courtyard of the prison and burned at the stake.
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The collection of the William Tyndale museum in Vilvoorde started with a gift from a private collector to the William Tyndale Church in 1982 (now named William Tyndale-Silo Church). The fledgling museum was located in the basement of the church building in the Lange Molensstraat, not far from the place where Tyndale was executed. The museum opened in October 1986, Read more...