Translating Resurrection: The Debate between William Tyndale and George Joye in Its Historical and Theological Context
By situating it in its historical and theological context, Translating Resurrection presents an original look at the fascinating but little-known debate between William Tyndale and George Joye about their beliefs concerning post-mortem existence at the beginning of the English Reformation.
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Chapter One The TyndaleJoye Debate in the Literature
Chapter Two Views on PostMortem Existence Prior to the Reformation
Chapter Three Views on PostMortem Existence in the Early Reformation Period
Chapter Four The TyndaleJoye Debate in Antwerp
Chapter Five Conclusion
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