The Tyndale Fellowship
The TF is a fellowship of Christians engaged in biblical and theological research. Its aim is to promote the Christian faith through careful study done in a spirit of loyalty to the historic Christian faith as enshrined in the Ecumenical Creeds of the Church and the Reformation Settlements. It is part of the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship, and its members accept its theological position.
Tyndale Fellowship members include evangelical scholars from all over the world. Scholars involved in biblical research or university-level teaching are invited to apply for membership, with the support of an existing member. Members receive a free subscription to the Tyndale Bulletin, free admission at Tyndale House Library for up to ten days a year, occasional newsletters, and an invitation to the annual study groups.
For over sixty years the Tyndale Fellowship and Tyndale House have been closely associated. As Tyndale House has developed into an important international centre for biblical research, it was felt necessary to give separate status to both organisations. Further information about the work of the Tyndale Fellowship is available on the TF website.
Tyndale Fellowship Study Groups 2014
The Tyndale Fellowship Study Groups offer an excellent opportunity to meet with other evangelical scholars from across the world and to enjoy a programme of scholarly papers and lectures within one of the following subject areas: Old Testament, New Testament, Biblical Archaeology, Biblical Theology, Christian Doctrine, Ethics and Social Theology, Philosophy of Religion.
Booking for the 2014 meetings is now closed.
2014 Tyndale Lectures
Everyone is welcome to attend any of the Tyndale Lectures which are put on as part of the study groups' conference. This is an opportunity to meet Fellowship members.
All lectures will take place in the Upper Hexagon at Tyndale House.
Philosophy Of Religion
Thursday 3 July, 7.30 p.m.
No Cheating Allowed!
Ethics & Social Theology
Friday 4 July, 4.30 p.m.
Human Dignity and Human Justice:
Thinking with Calvin about the Imago Dei
Joan Lockwood O’Donovan
Friday 4 July, 7.30 p.m.
The Coherence of Confession:
Doing Missionary Theology in Public
Tuesday 8 July, 2.00 p.m.
Tuesday 8 July, 8.00 p.m.
The Nephilim: A Tall Story?
Wednesday 9 July, 7.30pm
Isaiah 45:15, Deus Absconditus and Biblical Theology
Thursday 10 July, 7.30 p.m.
If It’s Natural, Then Do It:
Ethics and Creation in 1 Corinthians