Tyndale Fellowship Spotlight: New Testament Study Group
2nd April 2021
The Tyndale Fellowship Conference 2021 will take place this summer, from Monday 21 June to Friday 2 July. This annual conference brings together six discipline-based study groups over two weeks for lectures and discussion on the latest scholarly developments. This year, due to constraints on international travel, the conference will take place online.
The New Testament Study Group will run from Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 June, considering the theme of The Later Pauline Epistles. Though comparatively less studied than their earlier counterparts, the later Pauline epistles offer valuable insights on timeless themes such as citizenship, the family, mission and violence. The full programme of 15 papers reflects the abundant riches yet to be mined from these often-overlooked letters.
Dr Elizabeth Shively will present the New Testament Tyndale Lecture, The Textual Construction of Early Christian Identity in Cognitive Perspective: Philemon as a Test Case. This is one of six plenary talks for the Tyndale Fellowship Conference that are free for anyone to attend. Dr Shively is an outstanding scholar, teacher, and preacher, who has a longstanding commitment to both scholarship and the life of the church.
Register below for your place at the Study Groups or the Tyndale Lectures
If you have questions about the New Testament programme, please contact Dr Ian Paul (Chair) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Nick Moore (Co-chair) at Nicholas.email@example.com.