Justification and the Literary Imagination
A talk from the ETS 2010 National Conference on Justification . . . Listen to NT Wright who made copious intelligent points relating to his thesis which stood at marked The theme was Justification and the discussion of the plenary sessions addressed the New Perspective on Paul and specifically some of NT Wright's views. NT Wright does a masterful job of interacting with Evangelical critiques of his view. Other plenary speakers included Frank Thielman, Presbyterian Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University, originally John Piper was also to speak, but was unable to attend and Tom Schreiner spoke in his place.
Dr. Ryken has served on the faculty of Wheaton College since 1968. He has published over thirty books and more than one hundred articles and essays, devoting much of his scholarship to Bible translations and the study of the Bible as literature. He served as Literary Chairman for the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible and in 2003 received the distinguished Gutenberg Award for his contributions... read more