Tyndale House (Cambridge)
Tyndale House is an independent biblical studies library with a Christian foundation. Founded in 1944, it aims to provides specialist resources in support of research into the Old Testament, New Testament and relevant historical backgrounds.
Tyndale House is a residential centre for biblical studies in Cambridge. As such, it has many readers who are doctoral students from the University of Cambridge studying either in the Faculty of Divinity or the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. In addition, Tyndale House also houses students and scholars from around the world working at postgraduate level. Scholars who have spent time at Tyndale House include John Stott, D.A. Carson, Wayne Grudem, J.I. Packer, and John Piper.
Tyndale House also houses the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, supported by the Kirby Laing Foundation (established by John Laing). KLICE seeks to promote a Christian understanding of ethics, both in research and in public discourse.
The academic society associated with Tyndale House is the Tyndale Fellowship – an international fellowship of Christians who are engaged in biblical and theological research. The Tyndale Bulletin is the journal of Tyndale House and of the Tyndale Fellowship, and is published twice a year.
Thomas A. Noble has written about the history of Tyndale House and the Tyndale Fellowship in his book Tyndale House and Fellowship: The first sixty years (IVP, 2006).
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