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Tyndale Fellowship is a society of evangelical theologians and biblical scholars which aims to promote evangelical scholarship.

The Fellowship consists of six study groups: Old Testament, New Testament, Biblical Archaeology, Biblical Theology, Christian Doctrine and Philosophy of Religion. A consultation in Practical Theology has recently been added, which may become a full study group in due course.

All evangelical scholars and students are invited to join the Tyndale Fellowship.


Although the Tyndale Fellowship has its roots in the UK, it is an international society and we warmly welcome members from around the world to our fellowship and our study groups. Fellowship members are expected to be engaged in biblical and/or theological research, and are required to affirm their assent to the Fellowship’s Basis of Faith. There is an annual subscription and members may attend study groups or conferences at a discounted rate.

Tyndale Fellowship hosts the annual meetings of its study groups, now normally in a joint summer conference where the groups meet concurrently in the same venue but with separate programmes. It also presents Tyndale Fellowship Lectures, one in each of the study group areas, usually delivered during the annual conference.  Every four years, we host plenary conferences on shared themes which are addressed by the Tyndale. Lecturers and study groups as far as possible in their context.

The Tyndale Fellowship, or any of its study groups, occasionally compiles published collections of essays, usually arising out of conference papers.

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What We Do

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Our Story

Tyndale Fellowship was founded in 1944 along with Tyndale House in Cambridge (UK) with their joint aim of promoting evangelical biblical scholarship. Evangelical scholars then began studying at Tyndale House and presenting papers in the context of Tyndale Fellowship. The scope of these papers grew beyond biblical studies and biblical archaeology to encompass theological disciplines such as doctrine and philosophy. These formed into distinct Study Groups which would meet independently and occasionally in the context of a plenary conference with opportunity for cross-disciplinary work.

For many decades the Fellowship flourished under the aegis of Tyndale House. After careful consideration, Tyndale Fellowship and Tyndale House amicably agreed in 2021 that the former would become a separate charity, independent of the latter. This took effect on 1 Nov 2022.


Tyndale Fellowship was registered with the Charity Commission on 23 Dec 2021 (Reg. No. 1197286).



David Firth

Revd Dr David Firth is Tutor (Lecturer) at Trinity College, Bristol.

David Firth Chair of Tyndale Fellowship

Ros Clarke

Dr Ros Clarke is Associate Director of Church Society and the Course Leader of the Priscilla Programme

Ros Clarke Communications Officer at Tyndale Fellowship


Jamie Grant

Dr Jamie Grant is
Vice-Principal (Academic) at Highland Theological College UHI.

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Philip Jenson

Revd Dr Philip Jenson is a Former Tutor (Lecturer) at Ridley Hall, Cambridge.



Philip Johnston

Dr Philip Johnston is an Affiliated Lecturer at the University of Cambridge.

Philip Johnson Treasurer at Tyndale Fellowship


The committee consists of the leaders of each study group and consultation, as well as the Trustees.

Old Testament Chair

Brittany Melton

New Testament Co-Chair

Nick Moore

Philosophy of Religion Chair

Daniel Hill

Biblical Archaeology Co-Chair

George Heath-Whyte

Practical Theology Co-Chair

Abigail Maguire

Old Testament Co-Chair

Chris Ansberry

Christian Doctrine Chair

Tom Noble

Philosophy of Religion Co-Chair

Paul Copan

Biblical Theology Chair

Desi Alexander


Angeline Liles

New Testament Chair

Ian Paul

Christian Doctrine Co-Chair

Jason Sexton

Biblical Archaeology Chair

Caleb Howard

Practical Theology Chair

Helen Collins



Over the last 60 years Tyndale Fellowship members have jointly published papers presented at their study groups and conferences in the following volumes:

British Evangelical Theologians of the Twentieth Century

T.A. Noble, J.S. Sexton


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The God of Covenant: Biblical, Theological and Contemporary Perspectives

J.A. Grant, A.I. Wilson


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The Reader Must Understand: Eschatology in Bible and Theology

K.E. Brower, M.W. Elliott


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Jerusalem Past and Present in the Purposes of God

P.W.L Walker


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Marriage, Family and Relationships: Biblical, Doctrinal and Contemporary Perspectives

T.A. Noble, S.K. Whittle, P.S. Johnston


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The Land of Promise: Biblical, Theological and Contemporary Perspectives

P.S. Johnston, P.W.L. Walker


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The Unseen World: Christian Reflections on Angels, Demons and the Heavenly Realm

A.N.S. Lane


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One God, One Lord in a World of Religious Pluralism

A.D. Clarke, B.W. Winter


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The Holy Trinity Revisited: Essays in Response to Stephen R. Holmes

T.A. Noble, J.S. Sexton


Interpreting the Bible- Historical and Theological Studies in Honour of David F.

Interpreting the Bible: Historical and Theological Studies in Honour of David F. Wright

A.N.S. Lane


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A Pathway into the Holy Scriptures

P.E. Satterthwaite, D.F. Wright


Old Testament

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Reading the Book of the Twelve Minor Prophets (Studies in Scripture and Biblical Theology)

D. G. Firth, B. N. Melton


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Presence, Power and Promise: The Role of the Spirit of God in the Old Testament

D.G. Firth, P.D. Wegner


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Interpreting the Psalms: Issues and Approaches

P.S. Johnston, D.G. Firth


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Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives

A.R. Millard, D.J. Wiseman


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Exploring Old Testament Wisdom: Literature and Themes

D. G. Firth, L. Wilson


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‘He Began with Moses…’: Preaching the Old Testament Today

G.J.R. Kent, P.J. Kissling, L.A. Turner


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The Lord’s Anointed: Interpretation of Old Testament Messianic Texts

P.E. Satterthwaite, R.S. Hess, G.J. Wenham


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Notes on Some Problems in the Book of Daniel

D.J. Wiseman, T.C. Mitchell & R. Joyce,
W.J. Martin, K.A. Kitchen


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Interpreting Deuteronomy: Issues and Approaches

D.G. Firth, P.S. Johnston


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Interpreting Isaiah: Issues and Approaches

D.G. Firth, H.G.M. Williamson


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He Swore an Oath: Biblical Themes from Genesis 12-50

R.S. Hess, P.E. Satterthwaite, G.J. Wenham


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