This article looks at the life of William Cameron Townsend, or Uncle Cam as he was also called. Focus is given to the role he played in translating the Bible to native languages out of the conviction that this is the greatest way of doing mission work. He founded the Wycliffe organization, which focused on Bible translation into native languages.
Applying the theory of perspectivism to the reading of the Bible, the author of this article looks at the relationship between perspectives and meaning of words. The author shows that ordinary and biblical language can be used by individuals to say an indefininate number of things. This can make translating and interpreting the Bible difficult.
This biography on the life of William Tyndale focuses on the work he did on translating the New Testament, which came to be known as the Tyndale New Testament. The author also gives attention to Tyndale's work of translating the Pentateuch, and how he was changed to think about the covenant as a result.