The 2019 Tyndale House Conference: Final Day

Words and Photographs by Tavis Bohlinger

The last day of the Tyndale House Conference in Cambridge was bittersweet. While excellent papers were presented all around, at every social hour including coffee breaks and meals there was a sense of pending farewells that kept us all conversing what that peculiar urgency found amongst new friends who know they must wait another year to be together again. I hope this final photo essay below conveys some sense of the scholarly camaraderie and Christian fellowship we all enjoyed.

Regarding next year, an announcement will be made soon concerning the details, as well as a call for papers. Do be sure to get the 2020 Tyndale House Conference on your calendar, and start crafting a proposal!

Finally, stay tuned to theLAB over the coming weeks, as we’ll be heading to Rome, Warsaw, Aberdeen, and Liverpool during the rest of this busy conference season. Lots of updates and more to come!

Wolfson College grounds on the walk to the conference venue.
Karen Taylor presenting her paper, Cutting Judgment in Pieces: A Judgment Parable through a Lens of Relational Faithfulness
Helen Rees during the following Q&A.
Ian Paul takes Chair’s privilege to ask a question.
Karen Taylor responds to questions during the Q&A after her session.
Philip Church presents in the NT session his paper, “In Speaking of a New Covenant, God Declares the First Obsolete” (Heb 8:13): Supersessionism in the Book of Hebrews.
Note taking during one of the sessions.
Rafael Rodriguez asks a question during Q&A.
The grounds of Wolfson between the NT and Biblical Theology venues.
Bikes are ubiquitous in Cambridge.
Delegates converse between papers in the Biblical Theology session.
Prayers being offered before another paper in Biblical Theology.
Richard Saunders-Hindley presents his Biblical Theology paper, “It is a present thing”: Biblical Resources for a Wesleyan Theology of Salvation.
Alroy Mascrenghe during a Q&A in Biblical Theology.
Andrew Cress (London School of Theology) presents his paper on Exorcism and the Kingdom of God in the Ministry of Jesus: An Open Question.
Karen Taylor during the following Q&A.
Ian Paul engaging Andrew Cress during the Q&A.
Garrett Best during the Q&A, flanked by Helen Rees and Len Firth.
Ian Paul closes out the 2019 Tyndale House Conference.
Tyndale House awaits you in 2020, or anytime of the year as a place for study and respite!

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Tavis Bohlinger

Dr. Tavis Bohlinger is the 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.

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