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Wright, Paul and Justification

In his book¬†Justification: God’s Plan and Paul’s Vision,¬†NT Wright attempts to outline his understanding of Christian salvation, particularly on the meaning and significance of justification. 603 more words


God is righteous and just (God is good 4)

When we say that God is good, then we are declaring that He is Love, that He is wise (and in fact is wisdom) and that he is righteous. 1,461 more words

Doctrine Of God

poetry post: why post poems at all?

Because I agree with Shelly that

Poetry lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world.

and because quotes like the following from N.T. Wright – which a creative and thoughtful friend who…

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The Crisis of Ghanaian Christianity: Lessons from Anabaptism and Beyond

There is a narrative that has somehow gained traction amongst Western Christians regarding Christianity in Africa. This narrative is that though the church may be declining in the West, it is actually doing well and growing rapidly in Africa and Asia. 2,762 more words

The Church

A Few Thoughts On The Bible

This year I have ventured into some new reading that has stirred both my imagination and intellect. As a result, Eugene Peterson, Brian Mclaren, NT Wright, and countless others have helped me reconstruct my theology (how I view God). 690 more words


Podcast: The Christmas of History and the Christmas of Faith

In this week’s episode of Mere Fidelity, Andrew, Derek and I discuss the relationship between the Christmas of history and the Christmas of faith. Many of our carols and Christmas hymns, our retellings of the Christmas story, and our Nativity plays contain details and features that jar with the events as they are recorded in the gospels. 128 more words


Podcast: John Barclay's Paul and the Gift

On the latest Mere Fidelity, Andrew, Derek, Matt, and I talk about the recent book that has been causing a stir in the field of Pauline theology, John Barclay’s… 75 more words