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William Morgan: ‘God’s Word for Wales’

6 October 2021 | by Nathan Munday

William Morgan: ‘God’s Word for Wales’

  • part of the Mission and Vision series
  • Author: Nathan Munday
  • ISBN: 9781846257049 (1846257042)
  • Publication Date: November 2021
  • Publisher: Gwasg Bryntirion Press
  • Format: Paperback, 210×148 mm,
  • 72 pages
  • Language: English
  • rrp £7
  • Avilable from

Mission and Vision: Welsh greats who changed the world for Christ series aims to stimulate an interest in the lives of men and women from Wales who have had an amazing influence for good, not only in the country of their birth but often in many other lands as well.

William Morgan has been described as the man who made it possible for the Lord Jesus Christ to speak Welsh, so that the people of Wales could listen to his words in their own language. This book traces the story of how the 1588 Welsh Bible came into being. It was Morgan who completed the task but the story involves many others, like William Salesbury and Richard Davies, who prepared the way for him.

Nathan Munday has been the custodian of the National Trust property Tþ Mawr, Wybrnant, the birthplace of William Morgan, but is presently a Church Engagement and Fundraising Officer for Christian Aid Wales. He is married to Jenna and is a member of Heath Evangelical Church, Cardiff. In his spare time, he enjoys writing and walking.