Tyndale House

Over the last 65 years since it was founded Tyndale House has become one of the most significant centres for biblical research in the world. It is a great blessing to the Church and has been influential across the globe, not least through the constant stream of research students and scholars from around the world who make use of its facilities.

I am particularly grateful for TH having recently received some funding towards my PhD through the ‘Erasmus Fund’. You can read more about this and other news in the latest newsletter, which came out this week.

I would encourage you to take an interest in the work of TH and make use of the Tyndale House website as well, which is bursting with useful resources.

Tyndale Bulletin archive

The wonderful people at Tyndale House have put online over 50 years worth of articles from the Tyndale Bulletin archive. This has been a key scholarly resource since its beginnings in 1956 so it is fantastic to have it all (apart from the latest three years) up there for all the world to access. There is no search function as such but you can always look for stuff using Ctrl-f.

Here’s what I found searching for ‘nations’:

Israel and the Nations: An Essay in Biblical Theology
Charles H.H. Scobie

God and His People in the Nation’s History: A Contextualised Reading of Amos 1 & 2
M. Daniel Carroll R.

Eschatology and Ethics: The Future of Israel and the Nations in Romans 15:1-13     
Scott Hafemann

The Destiny of the Nations in Revelation 21:1–22:5: A Reconsideration
Dave Mathewson

‘I Am Against You’: Yahweh’s Judgement on the Nations and its Ancient Near Eastern Context
Simon Sherwin

Malachi 1:11 and the Worship of the Nations in the Old Testament
Miss J. G. Baldwin

Happy hunting!