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Tag Archives: N.T. Wright
N.T. Wright does not hold to Annihilationism, Conditional Immortality, or a purely Traditional view of hell. Rather, he holds to a view that combines the strong points of the traditional and conditional view of hell: My suggestion is that it … Continue reading
Today I was pleasantly surprised to receive Constantine Campbell’s Keep Your Greek from Zondervan and Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N.T. Wright, which is based on the recent Wheaton Theological Conference (April 17-20, 2010), … Continue reading
With the recent uprisings in the Middle East, the hub of much eschatological speculations, perhaps a reminder the visions of Revelation 21-22 is in order, “to imagine a community, a great multitude of people constituting a city, the city which is … Continue reading
Following the lead of student blogger Brian Leport and his post on Michael Horton’s definition of the Gospel, I thought I’d let N.T. Wright offer his own definition of the Gospel via a Youtube clip: “For Paul the Gospel is … Continue reading
As Brian Leport continues to reflect on his reading of Scripture here and here, especially in light of inside critics , I’ve found a passage in N.T. Wright’s The Last Word that may lend a voice in all this: Paying attention … Continue reading