We've had a spot of discussion here the past few days about the King James Bible, and how well the translation has withstood the tides of time (my position was that it has done so very well).
Obviously, King James didn't do the translating himself. So who did? Ever wondered? Most of it, it turns out, was the work of a fellow named William Tyndale - but that's only the briefest synopsis of the tale. It's worth digging deeper.