Who were the Assyrians?
Caleb Howard explains how getting to know ancient cultures can help us to grasp a deeper understanding of Scripture
Starting out with biblical languages
It can be hard to know where to start when it comes to learning languages as an adult. On this page we list some of the resources that are a…
Was Luke wrong about the census of Quirinius?
David Armitage explores the widely debated issue of how we reconcile Luke's account of Jesus' birth with other historical writing that seems…
The fascinating world of personal names
How the study of onomastics has captivated generations of researchers at Tyndale House
Richard S Hess
On worship in wartime: Is it time for imprecations?
Dr Steffen Jenkins faces up to the Psalms about enemies and asks whether it is possible to make use of them in our worship
Who were the Amorites?
Dr Caleb Howard takes a look at the surviving evidence of a mysterious people to ask whether we can really know anything about them
I have stored up your word in my heart: manuscripts and memorisation
Dr Kim Phillips explores the lost art of memorisation and considers what medieval memory techniques can teach us today
The Lachish Reliefs
Dr George Heath-Whyte explores how Assyrian stone reliefs tell one side of the story of the siege of Lachish
Food, festivals and the book of Ruth
Dr Michelle Stinson takes a look at how patterns of food production shape the biblical narrative
Stories that require a response
Dr Craig Blomberg shares five principles for making sense of Jesus’ parables
Reading with the ancients
Julie Wendel meets two biblical scholars who are exploring the dialogue between Classics and the Bible
Who killed Goliath? The puzzling text of 2 Samuel 21:19
Dr Kaspars Ozolins takes us on a journey through biblical names and manuscripts in order to unravel a textual mystery
Dr Kaspars Ozolins
Was Barabbas called Jesus Barabbas?
Dr Dirk Jongkind goes back to the manuscripts to find out whether Barabbas was really called Jesus
Beth Vickers catches up with Professor Liz Mburu, a Kenyan scholar who’s working tirelessly to make Bible scholarship accessible—and context…
Echoes of Eden: how John's passion inverts the Fall
James Bejon explores how the imagery in John's passion narrative points us back to creation
Jesus the master craftsman
Dr Peter J Williams looks at three ways Jesus mastered the art of storytelling
Peter J Williams
Not in that poor lowly stable
Dr Ian Paul takes a look at whether Christmas tradition has distracted us from the story told in Scripture
What is the Leviathan?
Dr Mark Sneed takes a look at the history of the biblical monster and asks what we should make of it today
Beth Vickers talks to Dr Elizabeth Shively, Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies and Director of Teaching at the University of St Andrew…
Uncovering the hidden lives of manuscripts
Dr Peter J Williams takes a look at how multispectral imaging is helping researchers to unlock the hidden histories behind Bible manuscripts…
Peter J Williams
Artefact in focus: The Rekhmire Tomb Scenes
Dr Kim Phillips explores an Egyptian tomb painting that mirrors the biblical text