The reason why the Tyndale New Testament 1534 is far more important than the Tyndale New Testament 1526 is because when William Tyndale Published the New Testament 1526 into English, he, Tyndale left out 18 books of the Prologue Epistles of the New Testament.
The Prologues are a introductory section of a literary work that provides vital background information about the early Christian affirmations concerning the identity of Jesus, the central subject of the Gospel
Tyndale, successfully completed the printing of the translation of the New Testament at the press of Peter Schoeffer, probably early in 1526. It was a simple, small, octavo, without 18 Prologues or marginal notes, with simple chapter-breaks, printed in exceptionally clear Bastard type with small illuminations at the start of each book. 720 pages
William Tyndale Publishing House
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