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John Rogers died in the presence of his wife and children. For more information about Rogers, please see the links below.
Woodcut of John Roger’s Death
Chrisitanity.com – Article on John Rogers
Bible Research – Article on John Rogers from the Encyclopedia Britannica 11th edition (1911)
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1560 AD: The Geneva Bible Printed; The First English Language Bible to add Numbered Verses to Each Chapter (80 Books).
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Our next Bible is very interesting. It came about due to the English people fleeing from Queen Bloody Mary and settling in the safe haven of Geneva, Switzerland. While there, a group of learned men including William Whittingham, Anthony Gilby, and Thomas Sampson produced a Bible that would later be carried by many Puritans and pilgrims to the New World. The name of this Bible is the Geneva Bible. The Geneva Bible was the first English Bible to use numbered verse divisions. It had marginal notes and commentary that supported the Protestant and Reformation views of the translators and contributors. The Geneva Bible became popular with the people and was a common version found in many Christian homes for decades. It is also said to have been used by people of note including William Shakespeare and John Bunyan.
The Geneva Bible is sometimes referred to by a different name. What is that name?
Andover – Harvard Theological Library – Article on The Geneva Bible