We are delighted to be able to welcome the next Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics the Revd Dr Craig Bartholomew to Tyndale House. Dr Bartholomew has previously been the H. Evan Runner Professor of Philosophy at Redeemer University College, and has authored and edited more than two dozen books.

A native of South Africa and trained biblical scholar, he has a deep interest in ethics and specifically the question of how Christians should live in the light of the Scriptures. We are very pleased that Dr Bartholomew will be joining the team at Tyndale House this month and look forward to seeing the growth of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics under his leadership.

 

Tyndale House, Cambridge is seeking an enthusiastic person with a track record of supporting outstanding customer service along with experience of helping to maintain a safe and appealing environment for staff, visitors and residents.

The successful candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills, previous experience in a similar role in either hospitality or facilities or both, be highly motivated, and organised with great attention to detail. They will have the ability to work as part of a team and relate well with staff, trustees and the general public. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages is essential. Visit www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/vacancies

Closing date:  12pm on Friday 1st September 2017

Application Process: To apply please send your CV and a letter of application for the attention of Anna Stevens to hr@tyndalehouse.com

Are you efficient, enthusiastic and have an eye for buildings management and
customer service? We are looking for a committed team player, with buildings,
hospitality and facilities experience, to work as part of our team, as we embark on an
ambitious project to upgrade and extend our buildings and facilities.

For further details visit www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/vacancies

(Part-Time: 16hrs over 4 days or 15hrs over 3 days)

Salary: £8.50 per hour

Closing Date for Applications: Monday 24th April 2017

For further details visit www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/vacancies

Tyndale House, Cambridge is seeking to recruit a Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics to offer strategic leadership and oversight of all KLICE’s institutional activities, towards the goal of increasing the capacity and effectiveness of KLICE to promote Christian ethics in the academy, the church and society.

Closing Date for Applications: Tuesday 6th June (Proposed Date for Interviews: Wednesday 14th June) 

For further details visit www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/vacancies and then write to apply sending a CV and Covering Letter to Anna Stevens hr@tyndalehouse.com

 

Tyndale House is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral Research Associate for a 24 month post funded through the Museum of the Bible. 

For further details visit our vacancies page. Job description click here

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: pa@tyndale.cam.ac.uk

Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 1 March 2017

An enthusiastic, friendly and well organised person, with an interest in the Bible and Biblical Studies, is sought to help maintain and develop an outstanding library service for readers, supporting the wider ministry of Tyndale House.

For further details visit our vacancies page. Job description click here

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: pa@tyndale.cam.ac.uk

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 3 March 2017

Please note that we are currently renovating the rooms above the Library and that this will result in a certain amount of extra noise to Library readers. As part of these essential building works, the Library will need to be closed temporarily 12-22 November 2016.

Alternative study spaces and arrangements for accessing library resources will be put in place for Rented Desk readers but you may prefer to schedule your visit to avoid this particular week. Hot Desks will not be available during the library closure. It is expected that the building works will be complete by Christmas 2016. We apologise for any inconvenience the works may cause.

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Jesus’ favourite teaching method was using parables. Mark 4:33 says that, when speaking to the crowds, he spoke only in parables – ‘as they were able to hear’.

Parables are pictures – in words, often stories; as such they are interesting, thought-provoking and powerful. Jesus could – and did – tell his disciples to love their enemies, but the famous parable of the Good Samaritan says it so much more powerfully.