Dates for Your Diary


Friday 17 May 2002, Assembly Rooms Alton, Hants, 7.45pm.

William Tyndale: Courage and genius in translating the Bible. A talk by Professor David Daniell. All welcome. Further details from Rev Clive Anderson phone +44 (0)1420 89360

Friday 30 August – Tuesday 3 September 2002, Antwerp, Belgium

The 4th International Tyndale Conference entitled ‘The Reformation in the Low Countries and Beyond: Impact and Identity’ will take place in the mediaeval town of Antwerp. More details about the academic programme, activities and accommodation appear elsewhere in this Journal.


The Reformation in the Low Countries and Beyond: Impact and Identity

Distinguished international speakers discuss the expanding Reformations and Bible translation in the Low Countries and Europe. The climax of the conference will be the opening, of a large-scale exhibition entitled 'Tyndale's Testament' in the world-famous Plantin-Moretus printing museum.

16th century Antwerp harbour

Keynote Speaker

Professor Brad Gregory, Stanford University, USA

Other speakers include

Tyndale Conference Office, Antwerp: Ms Sylvie Van Dun, Tyndale Conference Office, Lessius Hogeschool, 2 Sint-Andriesstraat, B-2000, Antwerpen, Belgium; Tel. +32 3 2060496; Fax +32 3 2060497; E-mail:

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In association with The Tyndale Society, Lessius Hogeschool, K.U. Leuven, the Université Catholique de Louvain, and the Plantin-Moretus Museum Antwerp - Belgium, Friday 30th August - Tuesday 3rd September 2002

For registration please contact the Tyndale Conference office: Ms Sylvie Van Dun, Lessius Hogeschool, 2 Sint-Andriesstraat, B-2000 Antwerpen, Belgium. Phone: +32 3 2060496 Fax: +32 3 2060497 E-mail:

For general conference matters: Mary Clow tel: +44 (0) 207 221 0303 E-mail: For academic programme: Dr Barry Ryan E-mail:

Friday 4 October 2002 Annual Tyndale Lecture at Gloucester Cathedral 3p.m.

Humanity as Victim: From Tyndale to 2002 will be given by Chas Raws. The lecture will be followed by evensong and supper. All welcome. Further details from: David Green, 22 Foss Field, Winstone, Gloucestershire, GL7 7JY. Tel: +44(0)1285 821651.

Thursday 17 October 2002 The Annual Hertford College Tyndale Lecture at the Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford, 5.00p.m.

The lecture will be given by Prof Gerald Hammond and will be followed by drinks in the Principal’s Lodgings, Hertford College. Contact details for this event will be published in the next issue of the Journal.

Monday 4 November 2002 8th Annual Lambeth Lecture in The Guard Room, Lambeth Palace, London at 5p.m.

This year’s lecture will be given by the Rt. Hon Chris Patten ,CH, Commissioner for External Relations, European Commission, Brussels and will be followed by dinner at the Novotel. Contact details for this event will be published in the next issue of the Journal.


October 2003 (details to be announced in due course)

3rd Tyndale Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.

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