The Case of William Tyndale and the 1533 English "Enchiridion Militis Christiani</I>
Acknowledgments I would like to acknowledge the constant help and support of Charles Doyle, Peter Jorgensen, and Jared Klein, my friend and mentor. Without their guidance, this project would have been a rudderless ship. Thank you most sincerely for the gentle corrections, suggestions, and encouragement. In addition, I would like to thank Professors David Daniell and Anne O’Donnell for so generously sharing their time and expertise. The staff at Peter Lang Publishers showed a remarkable amount of patience with me as I made my way through the publication process and for that, I am eternally grateful. Lastly, I would like to acknowledge and heartily thank my family: Bates, William, and Clara, and my father, John Bell, for their interest and support of this project, and their willingness to do without me for quite a long period of time while I completed it. Thank you all.
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