In 1512, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Magdalen Hall, University of Oxford.
About William Tyndale
English biblical scholar and linguist who is known for translating the Bible into English. He could speak seven languages and was proficient in ancient Hebrew and Greek. His translation was the first English Bible to draw directly from Hebrew and Greek texts. He was condemned for heresy and was executed by strangulation and then burned at the stake in 1536.
His brother was Sir William Tyndale of Deane, Northumberland.
Friends and colleagues
He was influenced by the works of Protestant reformers such as Martin Luther.