Tyndale 50th Anniversary Giveaway #1

To celebrate Tyndale’s 50th anniversary, over the next eight months we’re going to be giving away some of the products that have a significant place in Tyndale’s history.

We are beginning at the beginning with one of Tyndale’s first products: The Living Bible

In 1962, Tyndale House Publishers was launched out of Ken and Margaret Taylor’s dining room with the publication of Living Letters.  Nine years later, The Living Bible was released  to an eager public and became the bestselling book in the United States for the next three years.

Description from Tyndale.com:

Celebrating 40 years and over 40 million lives touched, Tyndale is releasing the familiar green hardcover binding of The Living Bible with a fresh new interior. Features include a Bible reading plan, four-color maps, and a topical concordance. The uncluttered, 2-column format makes for easy reading. The Living Bible is a paraphrase of the Old and New Testaments. Its purpose is to say as exactly as possible what the writers of the Scriptures meant, and to say it simply, expanding where necessary for a clear understanding by the modern reader. For more information click here.

To see where The Living Bible fits into Tyndale’s history, visit our timeline page by clicking here.

Do you have a thought or a memory to share about Tyndale? Click here to share.

We are giving away 15 copies of The Living Bible, see below for details.

Adam Sabados

Adam Sabados

Adam is the Digital Media Coordinator at Tyndale. He gets to have fun running social media campaigns, and online advertising. Adam is a graduate of Malone University in Canton, Ohio where he majored in communication arts and was highly involved in the theatre department. He currently lives in Wheaton, IL with his wife Meghan, his son Luke, and their Cavalier pup Banksy. You can follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamSab where you can learn all about his latest improv comedy shows around Chicago, hear about the woes of Ohio sports teams, or catch an insightful blog post or two.