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Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2021

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Our conference offers an opportunity to engage with the best of evangelical scholarship and to meet other researchers from around the world.

About this event

The Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2021 brings together six discipline-based study groups for papers and lectures on the latest scholarly developments and discussion.

The six discipline-based study groups include:

Biblical Theology – Monday 21 – Wednesday 23 June 2021

Philosophy of Religion – Monday 21 – Wednesday 23 June 2021

New Testament – Wednesday 23 – Friday 25 June 2021

Old Testament – Monday 28 – Wednesday 30 June 2021

Biblical Archaeology – Wednesday 30 June 2021

Christian Doctrine – Wednesday 30 June 2021 – Friday 2 July 2021

We have an exciting range of speakers confirmed already. In particular, we are delighted to have six excellent plenary speakers lined up. Please find a list of them below. For further information about our programme, please visit: https://academic.tyndalehouse.com/TFC-2021

Ticket Information

As the 2021 conference will take place virtually, the cost to sign up for one of our study groups is only £25. We also offer the opportunity to sign up to access multiple study groups for an additional cost of £10. This option is offered as an add-on to your ticket.

As always - our Tyndale Lectures (plenary lectures) are free to attend.

Are you a Tyndale Fellowship Member?

A promo code should have been sent to you via email. Please use the code provided to receive your £5 discount. If you have not received your promo code, please email conferences@tyndalehouse.com

Please note: the promo code section is located at the top of the list of ticket types.

Applying for a bursary

Please get in touch with conferences@tyndalehouse.com if you would like to apply for assistance to cover conference fees for the Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2021.

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Please note: We do not offer refunds.

Tyndale Lectures 2021 [FREE]

As always, our Tyndale Lectures will be free to attend. If you don't plan to attend any Study Groups, but would like to receive information about our plenary lectures, please choose the free ticket type called Tyndale Lectures only. You will receive a link and further information about the lectures closer to the time of the conference.

Philosophy of Religion | Tuesday 22 June | 13:30 - 15:00 BST

What Should One Mean by ‘Agent Causation’?

by Daniel von Wachter, Professor at International Academy of Philosophy. His area of specialisation is philosophy of religion and metaphysics, in particular causality, laws of nature, free will, and divine action.

Biblical Theology | Tuesday 22 June | 20:00 - 21:30 BST

Reading the Bible Forwards: The Role of Prediction in the Trajectory of Scripture, with Particular Emphasis on the Former and Latter Prophets

by Stephen Dempster, Religious Studies Professor at Crandall University, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, specializing in Biblical Theology of the Old Testament and Canon Formation.

New Testament | Thursday 24 June | 20:00 - 21:30 BST

The Textual Construction of Early Christian Identity in Cognitive Perspective: Philemon as a Test Case

by Elizabeth Shively, Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies, Director of Teaching, School of Divinity, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews.

Old Testament | Tuesday 29 June | 19:00 - 20:30 BST

The Exaltation of the Servant and the ‘Startling’ of the Nations

by J. Gordon McConville, Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Theology at the University of Gloucestershire, having taught previously at Trinity College, Bristol and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.

Biblical Archaeology | Wednesday 30 June | 19:30 – 21:00 BST

The Hebrew Exodus from and Jeremiah's Eisodus into Egypt in the Light of Recent Archaeological and Geological Field Work

by James K. Hoffmeier, Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Archaeology and Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, IL).

Christian Doctrine | Thursday 1 July | 11:00 - 12:30 BST

Whatever Happened to the Canaanites? A Christian Ethic of Mass Migration

by Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, University of Oxford.

For further information about the 2021 programme, please visit https://academic.tyndalehouse.com/TFC-2021

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For any questions with regards to a specific Study Group, please contact the Chair or the Co-Chair of the study group in question. Contact details can be found at our webpage: https://academic.tyndalehouse.com/TFC-2021

For any questions with regards to registration and fees, please contact conferences@tyndalehouse.com

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