Wenden House - New Saint Andrews College


Wenden House

The Wenden House Project is an initiative at New Saint Andrews College that funds graduate student fellowships to translate theological works of sixteenth and seventeenth-century Reformers from Latin to Modern English for use by Christians around the world.

Qualifying students in the college’s Master of Arts in Theology and Letters program can receive four credits toward their degree undertaking translation work in the Wenden House Project. The college’s Tyndale Library is the home for the Wenden House Project Collection, and ultimately, the students’ translation work will be published both in scholarly volumes and for free use online by Christians worldwide.

Additional information

Dr. Joseph Tipton is the director of Wenden House

Students interested in applying for a place on the Wenden House Project should write a letter of interest to Dr. Tipton including names and contact details of two referees who can affirm the student’s language skills.

Thanks to the Davenant Trust and to the Acton Institute for their generous funding to support this project.

Current Wenden Projects


• Zanchi’s De Tribus Elohim:
Part One, Books 1-3 (PDF)

• Daneau


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