Watch A History of the Bible: Catholics, Protestants and the Bible
- 1 hr 14 min
The tradition of translating the Bible into new languages came to an abrupt end in the Middle Ages. As the Church strove to fight heresy, it sought to do so by limiting the faithful's access to the Bible. That policy would change with the Reformation, Counter-Reformation and the invention of printing. A lecture by Dr. William Neidinger.