Watch A History of the Bible: The Transmission of the Bible
- 1 hr 19 min
As Christianity spread across the Roman Empire and then beyond its borders, the Bible had to be made intelligible to non-Greek and to non-Latin speakers. Christian missionaries invented new alphabets and made new translations into new languages. The Bible appeared in tongues that the rabbis and priests of antiquity never could have imagined. A lecture by Dr. William Neidinger.