I’m here in Cambridge right now for the second half of the annual Tyndale House Study Groups. This is my first time attending the conference, although members of the Logos team have been here in past years to present papers and enjoy catching up with friends, old and new. For those of you who could not attend this year, theLAB is pleased to present a visual essay from the event with commentary.
Although the Study Groups include multiple categories, including Biblical Theology, Biblical Archeology, Christine Doctrine, Old Testament, New Testament, and Philosophy of Religion (in no particular order, mind you…), I am here to present a paper in the NT study group on Friday, and to represent Logos and Lexham Press to the fine scholars of Tyndale House.
This second half of this week is devoted to the Biblical Theology and New Testament groups, so I’m sad to say that this year I was not able to capture moments from the first half of the week. We’ll try to do that next year, but for now (and over the next two days), we hope these images enable you to get as close as possible to participating, from a distance, at this exciting and important event for Christian academic scholarship.
Stay tuned the next few days for further updates from the 2019 Tyndale House Study Groups.
Dr. Tavis Bohlinger is the editor of Word by Word's Lecture Hall and Creative Director at Reformation Heritage Books. He holds a PhD from Durham University and writes across multiple genres, including academia, poetry, and screenwriting. He lives in Grand Rapids with his wife and three children.