About Tyndale House
Tyndale House is a study centre focusing on advancing understanding of the Bible. Between forty and fifty scholars study here on a daily basis. Many PhD students from Cambridge University as well as other universities base themselves at Tyndale House during their studies and leading biblical scholars in all parts of the world have been formed at Tyndale House.
- Tyndale House library is one of the world’s finest collections for biblical research.
- Tyndale House provides medium- or long-term accommodation for scholars carrying out research on the Bible.
- Tyndale House promotes research on all aspects of the Bible and its research staff are involved in teaching and lecturing both locally and internationally.
- The associated scholarly organization the Tyndale Fellowship brings together over 500 biblical and theological scholars round the world and its annual conferences are arranged at Tyndale House.
- Since 1956 we have published a regular research journal. The Tyndale Bulletin is now more widely circulated round the globe than many leading journals.
- In 2006 the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics was founded at Tyndale House with the aim of promoting high-level research about ethics and also to change the way ethics are talked about among both politicians and the general public.
- Tyndale House arranges conferences to promote understanding of the Bible amongst lay people. Theology for All is a group for people with a serious lay-level interest in theology and arranges regular conferences and briefings.
- In 2009 Tyndale House launched Bible and Church to host conferences to bring the best of biblical scholarship to lay people.
- Tyndale House also seeks to make computer resources for serious Bible study freely available.
- Tyndale House receives no public funding, and is supported by ordinary individuals who have seen that even a small regular contribution can make a significant long-term difference to the understanding of the Bible among the churches.