Category Archives: N. T. Wright

Humble, loving, truth-telling Christians in community

As we live our calling to be humble, loving, truth-telling Christians in community – in mutual affection and honor for one another, the case is made for the power of the gospel to transform people. Continue reading

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N. T. Wright reviewed by D. A, Carson

Review by D. A. Carson Read the Review Published 4/23/2007

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Frustrated by N. T. Wright

  N. T. Wright’s, Surprised by Hope, was an enjoyable read interrupted by notable moments of frustration. On one level, I appreciated the way Wright explored long standing themes—- ever willing to challenge traditional perspectives with deeper reflection. But pursuits … Continue reading

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