TTS News and Events
According to the Lausanne Movement, 95% of pastors are untrained. Many of our graduates are working in unreached, or hard-to-reach areas. They live in areas where theologically sound biblical teaching is scarce. Our graduates are making an impact in these unreached, under-served areas by preaching theologically sound biblical truths. Will you help us train more men and women to reach the world for Christ?
At Tyndale, we believe that we are “Entrusted with the Truth,” 2 Timothy 2:2. And we take that seriously. Training our students to know and hold to these truths and accurately share them is a core belief at Tyndale.
During ‘Double Your Impact’, your gift will be doubled! We need your help to continue training men and women that are ‘entrusted with the truth’ and increase the percentage of trained Christian leaders in rural areas. Give between April 15 and June 15 and help make an impact!
Tyndale Theological Seminary is pleased to announce our first annual Brotzman Lectures, coming up Monday, 22 May, in our Seminary Chapel.
This new lecture series is named for long-time professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Ellis Brotzman, who served Tyndale Theological Seminary in this role for twenty years and has also served the school as a member of our board of trustees in his retirement from teaching and is a faculty emeritus of our school.
Our speaker this year is Thomas R. Schreiner of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, U.S.A. Schreiner is a well-known New Testament (Pauline) scholar and Biblical Theologian, who has written several books including, Romans, in the Baker Exegetical Commentary Series on the New Testament; Interpreting the Pauline Epistles; The Law and Its Fulfillment: A Pauline Theology of Law; The Race Set Before Us: A Biblical Theology of Perseverance and Assurance; among many more! In addition, Dr. Schreiner has written numerous journal articles and contributions to various theological volumes.
Schreiner will give three lectures on Justification & Perseverance:
Justification: Were the Reformers Right?
Perseverance: Is Obedience Necessary?
Living out Justification by Faith in Our Everyday Lives
Registration for this event is now closed. We are booked to capacity. However, there are still spots available to register for the 1-day conference in Amerongen on Tuesday, May 23 with Dr. Schreiner. For more information, visit: https://hartvoordegemeente.nl/
Assistant/Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology
Tyndale Theological Seminary in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is seeking candidates with a passion for teaching in the disciplines of Historical and Systematic Theology.
Tyndale Around the World
Is an opportunity to hear from alumni, staff, and students what God is doing through Tyndale around the world. If you get excited by hearing what God is doing around the world, this is the event for you!
Christ, the Culmination of the Law
Dr. Bert de Ruiter
Congratulations to Dr. de Ruiter on the publication of his new book.
One the main groups of religious people that Jesus had to deal with were the Pharisees. Jesus had several encounters with them, and He frequently socialised with them. In fact, He and the Pharisees had a number of religious convictions in common. Learning about the Pharisees might help Christians better understand their Muslim friends. Learning about Jesus’ relationship with the Pharisees might help Christians share their lives with religious Muslims. This might lead them to begin to understand that Christ is the culmination of the law for them, too. If you are interested in purchasing Bert’s book, click the photo for the link.
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