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Tyndale House scholars produce Biblical Studies material ranging from cutting edge research to introductory materials. Hundreds of seminal studies at PhD level have been written at Tyndale House. The Tyndale Bulletin is committed to publishing research of the highest quality. Important monographs are produced from conferences and by the research staff of Tyndale House.

Tyndale House scholars have also been the majority force behind highly successful publishing ventures such as the Tyndale Commentaries, the New Bible Dictionary, and The Lion Handbook of the Bible and they continue to have important input into significant modern translations including the ESV and NIV.

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Tyndale House is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral Research Associate for a 24 month post. The purpose of Tyndale House is to foster biblical scholarship in service of the church and the post-holder is required to subscribe to the core beliefs and ethos of the charity. 

For further details and to apply, please visit www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/vacancies and email your CV and covering letter to: hr@tyndalehouse.com

Closing Date for Applications: midnight on Saturday 30 June 2018

We are looking for an individual to grow and strengthen our supporter base through social media, email newsletters and events, as well as help with the day-to-day administration of the Communications department.

For further details and to apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: hr@tyndalehouse.com

Closing Date for Applications: midnight on Saturday 30 June 2018

Interviews and written assessments: w/c 9 July 2018

Book Now for the Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2018

Monday 25th – Friday 29th June, Cambridge UK


An opportunity to engage with the best of evangelical scholarship, and to meet other scholars from around the world.


For further details and to book go to www.tyndalefellowship.com

We are delighted to celebrate the launch today of The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House Cambridge.

This volume represents a 10-year journey to present the New Testament in a way that reflects as clearly as possible its earliest recoverable wording.

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