I don't know if this is possible for anyone but, I have an interest in how the English Bible has developed. One of the most interesting stories is how the Authorised, or King James, version came about. Many here will know its origins begin with the decision to update the Bishops Bible, and the original Translators were supposed to stay close to the Bishops Bible used as a base text, but lesser known is that the Bishops Bible itself had undergone revision n both 1572 and in 1602, and it is the 1602 edition that was used to form the KJV. At leats nominally.
So, for Historical purposes, I was hoping someone had access to a 1572 and/or a 1602 Bishops Bible and could create an ESword Module for both of them. That way people could compare them.
I'd do it myself but I don't now how to make ESword Modules and have no access to the Text. None of which seem reprinted. In fact, to have a Hard Copy of the Bishops of 1568 I am having a private Printer produce one. ( I cannot afford the Greatsite version, which is too large anyway for me.)
So, does anyone have access o the 1572 or 1602 Bishops Bible? And would they be willing to digitise it and make it available for use?