Tyndale House News – December 2016

Reproduced by permission of Tyndale House Communications Office

Tyndale House News - December 2016

Newly refurbished single rooms available!

We’re taking bookings for the new year for our newly refurbished residential accommodation with the first time offering of ensuite thermostatic shower and toilet in each room. Based in a delightful location in Cambridge with access to our unique Biblical studies book collection developed over 70 years, twelve single rooms are available from January 1st 2017 for weekly or monthly bookings.

For those who remember walks down the dark single corridor to shared bathroom facilities with limited toilet space our new facilities will offer brighter, warmer accommodation for every stay. Each room has been refurbished and refitted with its own shower room and toilet. A wi-fi and wired connection will be available in each room giving you access to our extensive catalogue online.

Brand new communal kitchen and dining areas will now be available solely for single room residents adjacent to the corridor offering space to meet other Biblical research scholars from across the globe.

Filled with around 50,000 scholarly volumes our library below offers rented private desks for up to 58 scholars. Open Monday to Saturday 08:00 to 22:00,  located near to Cambridge University Library, our non-lending library has been described as a rich treasure to explore where scholars can find momentum in their work and studies. Closed on Sundays our academic staff are happy to advise on local evangelical church services to attend.

Single room residents have access to our Edwardian common room at weekends and evenings. Close to the heart of Cambridge with its shops and historical buildings. Book online below.

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All at Tyndale House wish you a very happy,  joyful Christmas and a peaceful and blessed New Year.

In Christ,

Peter Williams

 

 

 


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Christians in Academia

Below is a series of videos produced by the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL) intended to equip Christians entering the world of Academia. They should prove of great interest to anyone considering or who has already begun an academic course in Theology.

Why should a Christian pursue an academic career? Daryl McCarthy. For more information, see here.

Embracing our Calling to the Academy. Daryl McCarthy. For more information, see here.

“Scholarship is a holy calling. Scholarship has played a critical role in the development and expansion of the world Christian movement over the centuries. So it is critical that as Christian educators we do our work with hearts aflame with worship, minds guided by Christ’s lordship, hands ready to serve, all in our effort to glorify God through our teaching and scholarship.”

Christians in Higher Education: Living Worthy of the Calling. Dirk Jongkind. For more information, see here.

“Every profession possesses its own particular dangers and offers its own specific opportunities for service. Those of us who are living and working in the Academy are faced with a specific set of challenges. In this talk, we take a step back and look at the ideals and dreams the Academy offers. What is the University at its best, what is it at its worst, and do we really have to sell our soul to succeed? And what about our role in the body of Christ and in the grand project of world missions?”

Serving Christ in Academia. Daniel Hill. For more information, see here.

“How should our Christian faith influence our academic endeavours? In particular, what should our motivation for doing academic work be, as Christians? How should we do our academic work? How should we choose among the various options available to us in administration, teaching, and research? And what does our faith have to say about the content of our administration, teaching, and research? In this talk, we try to apply the Bible’s teaching to answer these questions.”

European Journal of Theology Articles 1992-2011 available

European Journal of TheologyThe European Journal of Theology is a tri-lingual theological journal. For those not familiar with it there is a short video introduction below. To subscribe, please visit the publisher’s website.

I have just uploaded most of the 2011 articles by permission of the editor and the authors. Below is the table of contents for 2011. Please visit the full table of contents pages to download the articles.

20.1 (2011)

Pieter Lalleman, “Editorial,” p.3.

I. Howard Marshall, “Evangelical New Testament Interpretation within the contemporary scene,” pp.4-14.

Christoph Stenschke, “Judaea in the First Century AD. A Review of recent scholarly contributions and their implications,” pp.15-28.

W. Creighton Marlowe, “The Sin of Shinar (Genesis 11:4),” pp.29-39.

Ed Mackenzie, “The Quest for the political Paul: assessing the apostle’s approach to Empire.”  pp.40-50.

John E. Colwell, “Theology, Piety and prayer: on the study of theology,”  pp.51-59.

Patrick Nullens, “Dietrich Bonhoeffer: a third way of Christian social engagement,” European Journal of Theology 20.1 (2011): 60-69.

“Book Reviews,” pp.70-96.

20.2  (2011)

Pieter Lalleman, “Editorial,” p.99.

Krish Kandiah, “Authentic Evangelism? Revelation, truth and worship in late modern, pluralistic Europe,” pp.100-110.

Johannes Reimer, “European Christian Renaissance and Public Theology,” pp.111-118.

Stefan Paas, “Prepared for a missionary ministry in 21st century Europe,” pp.119-130.

Elizabeth Pinder-Ashenden, “How Jewish thinkers come to terms with the Holocaust and why it matters for this generation: a selected survey and comment,” pp.131-138.

Svetlaba Knobnya, “God the Father in the Old Testament,” pp.139-148.

Stephen M. Garrett, “Beauty as the Point of Connection Between Theology and Ethics,” pp.149-158.

“Book Reviews,” pp.159-187.

Introducing the European Journal of Theology