Assistant/Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology

Institution Name: 
Tyndale Theological Seminary
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Start Date: 
August 2024

Tyndale Theological Seminary in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is seeking candidates with a passion for teaching in the disciplines of Historical and Systematic Theology. Tyndale is an English speaking, inter-denominational, international, and multi-cultural seminary which has been equipping pastors, theologians, and ministry leaders to reach Europe and the world with the gospel since 1985.

Tyndale Theological Seminary is a missionary institution in which all faculty members are missionaries who raise their own financial support. The seminary also raises funds to pay for its operating expenses so that it may offer scholarships to most students. Our alumni come from 83 nations. In any given year, there are students on campus from over 20 countries. Teaching at Tyndale serves the mission of God with a global impact! You can view our website at:

Faculty at Tyndale focus on teaching and mentoring students because we value spiritual growth, the pastoral and missional application of learning, as well as becoming competent in contemporary theological thinking and issues. Research, writing, and publishing are encouraged and expected, but we do not have a "publish or perish” culture. As time and opportunity permit, faculty are encouraged to serve as visiting lecturers in schools across Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Position Available (Full-time):
1. PhD or equivalent required in the domain of Historical and/or Systematic theology. Some background and the ability to teach in some philosophical areas is highly desired, as well.
We will entertain applications from candidates who are ABD.
2. Seminary training highly desired (MDiv or MTh preferable)
3. Missionary and/or pastoral experience highly desired
4. Faculty responsibilities include: teaching, mentoring, supervision of theses and administration (e.g., Director of Spiritual Formation/Mentoring, Thesis Supervisor, Internship Director, Divisional Chair, etc.).
5. The candidate is expected to raise their own salary and support as a missionary.

Courses or seminars will be delivered for residential day classes, and occasionally for evening and extension classes for certificate, MDiv, and MET (Master of Evangelical Theology) programs. Teaching includes typical Historical and Systematic Theological courses and or electives in the candidate's area of specialization.

Contact Name: 
Dr. Szaszi Bene, Vice President of Academic Affairs
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Contact Phone Number: 
+31 (0)20 659 6455
Address Line 1: 
Egelantierstraat 1
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City State Zip/Postal Code: 
1171 JM
The Netherlands