Category Archives: N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright’s New Book on Atonement

N.T. Wright’s forthcoming book is about the atonement and it is called The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’ Crucifixion (New York: HarperOne, October 2016). Here is the publisher’s blurb: In The Day the Revolution Began, N. T. Wright … Continue reading

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Peter Enns Challenge for Political Leaders: Study the Book of Revelation

Professor Peter Enns is onto something: Every Christian who wants to become a political leader should be forced to study the book of Revelation for a year and then pass a test of one simple question: “True or False: The … Continue reading

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What is so Appealing about the Anglican Communion?

Over the weekend, I learned that a friend of mine is considering ordination in the Anglican Communion. While he’s no Scot McKnight or Michael Bird, both of which switch to the Anglican Communion in recent years, his reasons for joining … Continue reading

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Paul and His Recent Interpreters by N.T. Wright

About a year after his Paul and the Faithfulness of God two-volume set, N.T. Wright is back with Paul and His Recent Interpreters. “This companion volume to N. T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God and Pauline Perspectives is … Continue reading

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N.T. Wright’s Problem with the Ancient Creeds

In his book How God Became King, the prolific N.T. Wright takes on the ancient and great creeds of the church. The great creeds, when they refer to Jesus, pass directly from his virgin birth to his suffering and death.  … Continue reading

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