Tyndale House News – April 2017

Tyndale House News

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The Greek New Testament: Produced at Tyndale House

Dr Dirk Jongkind, Senior Research Fellow in New Testament

We are approaching the end of nearly a decade’s work producing a new edition of the Greek New Testament as the entire finished text has been submitted this month to the publishers, Crossway. This work has been headed up by Dr Dirk Jongkind, Senior Research Fellow in New Testament, who has recently become our Academic Vice Principal. Involving about 30 researchers in different ways, this edition is seeking to present the most accurate ever printing of the New Testament scriptures based on a careful study of scribal habit.

Read more at the start of Dirk’s blog.


Writing Lines: T-S D1.108 and the Song of Moses

Read this fascinating article about a manuscript in the Cairo Genizah. Written by Tyndale House Research Associate Kim Phillips Writing Lines: T-S D1.108 and the Song of Moses has been selected as fragment of the month at Cambridge University Library.


Historical evidence that Jesus lived and died: Guardian Article

Did you miss Dr Simon Gathercole’s article, former Tyndale House reader, during the Easter period? Written in the Guardian’s world news section on Easter Sunday read his article What is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ lived and died?


Book Now For Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2017 – Early Bird Discount Ends Soon (Before 30 April 2017)

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Tyndale House News – December 2016

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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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Tyndale House’s Global Library Project

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An Update on the Global Library Project

Theology on the Web has been working with Tyndale House to expand the number of electronic resources it can offer via its Global Library Project. As I noted here, I have just completed scanning and uploading 22 of the British Academy’s Schweich Lectures on Biblical Archaeology which are in the Public Domain. These have now been integrated into the Tyndale House database (see here and use the “type of media” drop-down to select “e-books” and/or “e-journals”) so that the electronic version appears in the search for these titles. Several thousands of the journals articles which I host relating to Biblical Studies have also been added to this resource, so allowing scholars around the world the opportunity to benefit from the treasures contained in the library.

I hope to visit Cambridge again in early September to discuss the next stage of the digitisation project, of which I am only a part.