San Diego Conference Programme

The Second Pacific Coast Tyndale Conference, on Tyndale and the Bible in the Reformation, took place at Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, California, from 24th to 27th February 2000.

The papers presented and other activities included: MARY CLOW: Stepping Out of Time Into Eternity: Murdoch Nisbet and His Transposition of the New Testament Into Scots.

MARTIN DOTTERWICH: The Pastor as Annotator: Miles Coverdale and the English New Testament.

SUSAN FELCH: The Development of Sixteenth Century Prayerbooks.

ANDREW HOPE: What Hapnens When We Die? Tyndale, Joye and the Authothority of the Translator.

NEIL INGLIS: `That which varies in not truth': inside the mind of a heresy hater. Marcelino Menendez Pelayo and the history of the Spanish Heretics.

KATHLEEN KENNEDY: Bible Pirates: The Endhoven Firm and Tyndale's New Testament.

DONALD MILLUS: Tyndale s Biblical Commentary and Controversial Works: The 21st Century Edition.

HERBERT SAMWORTH: The Parable of the Wicked Mammon: Why So Wicked?.

VIVIENNE WESTRROOK: The English Reformation Preface.

MICHELLE WOLFE: Exegeting Eve: Women Writers and the Protestant Gender Order in Jacobean England

JOHN WRIGHT: Radical Reformation Themes and Tyndale's 'The Obedience of a Christian Man'.

Workshop convened by KRISTINA BROSS: Reading Tyndale.

Dramatic production by JACK CAULFIELD: Fire for the Ploughman.

Slide presentation by DAVID IRESON: Let there be light.

Book Launch and Lecture by DAVID DANIELL: Tyndale as Christian Prophet: The Obedience of a Christian Man.

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