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NT Wright on Paul and missional hermeneutics

Tucked away at the end of a recent edited volume on ‘The Apostle Paul and the Christian Life’ is an essay by NT Wright entitled, ‘Paul and Missional Hermeneutics’ (pp. 359 more words

Bible And Mission

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Of doors and kingdoms

From Memphis with Love . . .

“. . . the cross is to be interpreted as the coming of the kingdom on earth as in heaven . 878 more words

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History and the Mission of God

Around the turn of the New Year Lesslie Newbigin’s name came up a lot on this blog and even more so in my reflections. The first time I heard of him came from a staple name on this site, N.T. 3,384 more words

Biblical Metanarrative

The Death of Jesus - Why We Miss the Point

I finished reading NT Wright’s latest “The Day the Revolution Began” on Christmas day 2016, and have been ruminating on it since. It is indeed the paradigm challenging book that it was touted to be, although some of his arguments are familiar to fans who have read his other books. 2,249 more words

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Disability, faith and the church

Depending on who you talk to as many as 1 in 100 people could be psychopaths. Some of the defining characteristics of a psychopath include a lack of.. 1,357 more words


Romans 3:21-22

But now, apart from the law, the righteousness of God has been revealed, being testified about by the law and the prophets—22 that is, the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe.

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Mutant Resurrection

About three years ago when I started looking into the apologetic arguments for the resurrection of Jesus a particular name cropped up fairly regularly. That was how I was introduced to work of Nicholas Thomas Wright who has since in such a short time become one of my biggest theological influences, as any regular reader of this blog would have observed. 851 more words

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