|Title:||Wycliffe's Bible with Modern Spelling (Enhanced)||English: Wycliffe's Bible Modern Spelling (Enhanced) (with Deuterocanon)|
|Abbreviation:||WYCmse||ID: ENGWYC2018 or engwyc2018|
|Copyright © 2001,2010,2011,2012,2013,2015 Terry Noble|
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English: Wycliffe's Bible Modern Spelling (Enhanced) (with Deuterocanon)
For God loved so the world or Forsooth God so loved the world, that he gave his one begotten Son, that each man that believeth in him perish not, but have everlasting life (or but have eternal life).
Copyright © 2001,2010,2011,2012,2013,2015 Terry Noble
Translation by: Terry Noble
Wycliffe’s Bible with Modern Spelling (Enhanced) is a composite of my Wycliffe’s Bible, a modern-spelling version of the 14th century Middle English translation, consisting of Wycliffe’s Old Testament and Wycliffe’s New Testament, and my modern-spelling version of Wycliffe’s Apocrypha. These books contain literally tens of thousands of rewritten verses, presented in parentheses “( ) “, to provide help in comprehending the 14th century Middle English vocabulary and grammar. Wycliffe’s Apocrypha also includes the books of the Apocrypha from the 1st edition of the King James Version of the Bible.
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