William Fulke's Bible

William Fulke. From The text of the New Testament of Iesus Christ, 1601.

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This Bible was the project of William Fulke, a dedicated opponent of Catholicism. His preferred style was to place his own arguments right next to those of his opponents, just as he does here with these competing translations.

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Fulke trusted the power of his Protestant arguments to keep people from agreeing with the Catholic arguments he included in his works. Here he refutes the Rheims interpretation of Romans 3:28, a cornerstone of Protestant theology.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book
Title William Fulke's Bible
Publication Title The text of the New Testament of Iesus Christ
Creator William Fulke
Publication Date 1601
Call Number Case Folio BS2080 1601 .L6
Location Special Collections