The Tyndale Bulletin is now open access
27th October 2021
Tyndale House is pleased to announce the relaunch of the Tyndale Bulletin as a newly open access journal, available at tyndalebulletin.org.
The Tyndale Bulletin is a peer-reviewed academic journal for biblical scholarship and related disciplines. Since it was established (initially as the Tyndale House Bulletin) in 1956, it has established a reputation for high quality scholarship, publishing the work of over 500 scholars.
Fully open access
As of October 2021, the Tyndale Bulletin is now a fully open access journal. Articles are initially released online on a rolling basis, with an annual print volume also being produced, including all articles from the previous year.
The first article published under the new arrangement is now available: ‘The Oath Formulas of Matthew 23:16–22 as Evidence for a Pre-70 Date of Composition for Matthew’s Gospel’. In this article Dr Charles Quarles (Research Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology, SEBTS) argues that the oath formulas of Matthew 23 lend credible support to a pre-70 date of composition for the Gospel of Matthew.
Tyndale House Research Fellow in Old Testament and Ancient Near East and Editor of the Tyndale Bulletin, Dr Caleb Howard, said: “We are delighted with the launch of the new open access Tyndale Bulletin. While it will maintain its commitment to scholarly excellence and peer-review, its editorial process will be more efficient and authors’ work will be more freely available in the new fully indexed website.”
The Tyndale Bulletin is committed to preserving the scholarly research published throughout its history. The journal website currently includes all articles from 2004 onwards; earlier issues will also be added progressively.
Follow the journal on Twitter for updates on newly published articles @TyndaleBulletin. For details of print subscriptions see here.
The editors are committed to publishing first-rate original research on biblical studies and related fields. We welcome submissions of articles; for details of the process see our ‘For Authors’ page.