01 Fixed Points in Reading St. Paul
From the Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church Pastor's Conference (2005). A talk from the N.T. Wright Collection . . . N.T. Wright is a controversial figure: too conservative for liberals and too liberal for conservatives. Like his fellow Englishman, C.S. Lewis a generation before, Tom Wright is a popular voice for the Christian faith in this post-modern world. Wright is not only a popular voice expressing a radical vision of new creation in Christ to a decaying world; he is a world class scholar and theologian, popularizing the theological mine-strip, the “New Perspective on Paul." He has been under attack in the realm of Reformed theology and in evangelical circles for redefining key terms such as justification and imputation. Critics include John Piper, Michael Horton, Guy Waters, Tom Schreiner and many more. This collection centrally captures his interactions with critics of his work that are evangelical and Reformed.
N. T. Wright is currently Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St Mary's College, St Andrews in Scotland, and has served as the Bishop of Durham, Church of England. Bishop Wright is one of today's best know and respected New Testament scholars. Born in 1948, he studied for the ministry at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. After his ordination... read more
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