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The Lord's Prayer

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"The English wording of the Our Father that we use today reflects the version mandated for use by Henry VIII (while still in communion with the Catholic Church), which was based on the English version of the Bible produced by Tyndale (1525)."<ref>[ "Straight Answers: Who Added the Doxology?"]</ref> "Trespass" became established in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer and the liturgy for the Eucharist. The Latin form in the Vulgate is "debts," and many Protestant denominations that broke away from Anglicanism or else developed independently of the English Protestant tradition use that translation, too.
== Lead us not into temptation ==
; καὶ μὴ εἰσενέγκῃς ἡμᾶς εἰς πειρασμόν
== Doxology ==

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