Tags » N.T. Wright



Presented by Niamei Gonmei

Journal by Masanbou Abonmai

There are three strands that runs through the gospels in which all four of them are equally important. 1,404 more words

How God Became King

More on LifeWay Debate on "Biblical View of Marriage"

Since Eugene Peterson came out and half-way supported gay marriage, and then retracted his comments due to economic pressure from Evangelical Conservatives (Southern Baptists and LifeWay Christian Book Stores), the blogosphere has blown up on the topic.  358 more words


A Public Disagreement

So John MacArthur is challenging N. T. Wright. He calls Wright’s writings “a mass confusing ambiguity, contradiction, and obfuscation.” (Extra credit to MacArthur for using the word obfuscation). 296 more words

New Life

Sunday, June 25th, 2017. New Life (Romans 6:1-11)



James D.G. Dunn. Romans 1-8 (WBC). Milton Keynes: Word Inc, 1988.

Michael J. Gorman. The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant: A (Not So) New Model of the Atonement… 56 more words


God and Evolution

I have been thinking about evolution and its relationship to Christianity for a while. Over the past couple of months I began to see how compatible and in fact complimentary sound biblical theology and the theory of evolution are. 34 more words


Engaging BHI; Reading Paul in the shadow of Luther

Old debates and “New Perspectives”

As far as old debates go there is none older1 than Justification either; by faith or “faith + works” since the “Sola” part of “Sola fide” is the issue of contention. 1,215 more words


Speaking Truth to Empires

I have been reading a lot of NT Wright lately (How God Became King and The Day the Revolution Began). There is a passage in HGBK that seems to speak to our role as Christians today when it comes to truth. 412 more words