Throughout the years people who translated the Bible into the language of their own people have suffered persecution and personal attack.
From Jan Hus in 14th Century Bohemia, Martin Luther who helped birth the Reformation, and John Wycliffe who so angered the church with his English translation of the Bible, that 40 years after his death, his bones were dug up and burnt.
Andrew McLennan from 17 Mile Church explores this battle for the Bible over centuries, and discusses how we can create a daily Bible reading habit in our own lives.
You can listen to Andrew’s message in the audio player below.
The 17 Mile Church vision is to build an influential church that brings God’s presence to Brisbane and beyond. They do this by helping people have intimacy with God and positive relationships with others.
They meet in person and online – find out more details at their website.