What is it like for a team of missionaries to enter a remote village and translate the Bible? Missionary Dave Brunn continues his conversation with TMS students about his ministry among the Lamogai people.
Over 85 people assembled on March 4, 2019, for the first Tyndale Translation Forum to discuss critical topics in Bible translation, united by a common committed to the Word and the church.
This morning, I picked one of my eight Bibles off my shelf to read. I have more Bibles on my shelf than most people and the majority of the world’s languages, and here are the numbers to prove it.
Have you ever wondered what makes Bible translation so complex? Church-planter, translator, and translation consultant, Dave Brunn shares about his ministry with the Lamogai people of Papua New Guinea.
As Tyndale translated the Bible, he realized that the key to the Scriptures was understanding the law and how it related to the gospel. Join us in learning from Tyndale about the law and its role in the believer’s life.
Across the globe, 1.5 billion people do not have the Scriptures in their own language. What happens to believers without a Bible? Three challenges emerge that could extinguish any young church.
Reflecting back on the year at the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation at The Master’s Seminary, we are so thankful for the Lord’s faithfulness. Here is what made this year so memorable.
The ministry of Bible translation involves much more than just the translator at the desk. Kyle Davis of Bible Translation Fellowship continues his conversation with TMS students about translation.
William Tyndale’s high view of Scripture propelled his translation work. In this article, we explore Tyndale’s convictions about the Word, how to interpret it, and how to benefit most from its riches.
The Master’s Seminary held the second annual Dr. Robert L. Thomas Memorial Lecture on Bible Translation on September 18, 2018, as an expression of gratitude and an encouragement for the next generation.