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Online courses taught by Prof. N.T. Wright to debut in late March

Online courses by Prof. N.T. Wright of St. Andrews University, Scotland, will launch in late March. The official web site says the first three topics will be Good News, Paul and His Letter to the Galatians, and Worldviews, the Bible, and the Believer. 139 more words

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Lecture: Jesus’ Resurrection and Christian Origins (N.T. Wright)

Jesus’ Resurrection and Christian Origins*

(Originally published in Gregorianum, 2002, 83/4, 615–635.  Reproduced by permission of the author.)

  1. Introduction

The question of Jesus’ resurrection continues to haunt the thinking and writing of many scholars.   132 more words


N.T. Wright on how the New Testament should be read?

The New Testament, I suggest, must be read so as to be understood, read within appropriate contexts, within an acoustic which will allow its full overtones to be heard.

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NT Wright on Preaching

I don’t think that I’m the only preacher who, over the years, has struggled with preaching on the Pauline letters. In this video, biblical scholar, bishop, author, professor and preacher, NT Wright, is interviewed by another professor of preaching, Ronald Allen, focussing on preaching the Pauline letters.


Sunday Quotes: The Psalms

Happy Sabbath everyone. Read a Psalm today:

“As you sing the Psalms, pray the Psalms, and ponder the Psalms, you will find yourself drawn into a world in which certain things make sense that would not otherwise do so.

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Jesus the King

What does it mean to say that God is King?

I have recently posed this question to myself and have challenged myself to really think through the implications. 466 more words


On the Book Table and the Kindle 2.23.15

Good Monday morning all!

While the Kindle is still full of good books that I am making  progress reading (click here to see my last post) there are a couple of recent arrivals to it and one to the book table. 145 more words