The Tyndale Center for Bible Translation is committed to advancing the translation of the Bible into the world's languages for the sake of the gospel.



Courses in translation are offered as part of the M.Div. program with a gospel focus.


Over 6,000 language groups lack a complete Bible, and many are also without a church.


Theologically sound, exegetically rigorous resources for pastors and translators.

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A Prayer for the Advance of God’s Word

Aaron Shryock | February 4, 2020

I would like to share a prayer focused on the ministry of the word and Bible translation. I hope this prayer may be a useful example, especially whenever missionaries involved in Bible translation visit your church.

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Third Annual Dr. Thomas Memorial Lecture

Aaron Shryock | January 13, 2020

The Master’s Seminary held the third annual Dr. Robert L. Thomas Memorial Lecture on Bible Translation on September 10, 2019, as an expression of gratitude and an encouragement for the next generation.

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Was Jesus the First Translation?

Aaron Shryock | October 4, 2019

Was Jesus Christ a translation? Is His Incarnation a reason for translating His Word? What is the most compelling reason to translate? Yes, it is Jesus, but not because of what Jesus resembles but who He is.

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I do marvel greatly, dearly beloved in Christ, that ever any man should repugn or speak against the scripture to be had in every language, and that of every man.

William Tyndale