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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to "The Kingdom" - Part 2

Although I wouldn’t have been able to articulate it at the time, I can see now that my concept of “The Kingdom” was formulated in the Nazarene church of the early 1970’s.   1,152 more words

NT Wright's Holy Impatience

I really like NT Wright, and he has a new book entitled Simply Good News.  NT Wright is one of the most prominent theologians in the twenty-first century.  199 more words

"Jesus didn't treat Scripture as infallible": really?

Having given a copy of an NT Wright’s “Surprised by Scripture” to someone for Christmas, knowing that they sympathise with his “neoevangelical” theology and voluminous writing style, I was surprised when they thanked me, and commented that they also liked Brian Mclaren’s new “We make the Road by Walking” on the Bible. 1,147 more words


Reasons for the Ressurection

Here’s a beginning of a new spud-potato. Hopefully, it will turn out to be a really fat potato. Think of them as quick and dirty run downs of orthodoxy designed in rapid fire bullets… I’ve got a only a few more things planned, then I am going dark for a while to research a big project. 200 more words


I'm going to sit at the feet of NT Wright...Will you?

IntroToNTWrightOnline from Dave Seemuth on Vimeo.

Scott Lenke led me to the Vimeo of 2015! It is an invitation to learn from Tom Wight. According to the site, NT Wright Online is developing courses from Professor Wright and will become averrable over 2015, 2016 through to 2017: 193 more words

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Orientation, Victim-Blaming, and The Financial Times

The first thing you need to know about is Walter Brueggemann. He’s a leading Hebrew Bible scholar – some might say THE leading Hebrew Bible scholar in the U.S. 942 more words