Tyndale Archive

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.

First Tyndale Scholarship Awarded

Aaron Shryock | August 16, 2019

The first Tyndale Center Scholarship was recently awarded to Ted Liu, an M.Div. student pursuing the ministry of Bible translation. The Tyndale Scholarship enables Ted Liu and future students to pursue seminary without the financial burdens that might hinder them from ministry.

The Tyndale Forum: A Community of Translators

Jack Smith | March 20, 2019

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.

A Shelf Full of Bibles: Translation by the Numbers

Jack Smith | February 22, 2019

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.

Law and Gospel in the Words of William Tyndale

Aaron Shryock | January 31, 2019

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.

Where There is No Bible

Aaron Shryock | January 16, 2019

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.