N. T. Wright

N. T. Wright's The Day the Revolution Began: A Few Reflections

N. T. Wright on marriage: "chang[ing] an ideology within a culture by changing the language"

N. T. Wright on marriage “When anybody—pressure groups, governments, civilizations—suddenly change the meaning of key words, you really should watch out. If you go to a German dictionary and just open at random, you may well see several German words which have a little square bracket saying ‘N.S.,’ meaning National Socialist or Nazi. The Nazis gave those words a certain meaning. In post-1917 Russia,

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N.T. Wright on the Bible and why he won’t call himself an inerrantist

"I don’t call myself an 'inerrantist' (a) because that word means what it means within a modernist rationalism, which I reject and (b) because it seems to me to have failed in delivering a full-blooded reading and living of what the Bible actually says." RNS

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"[N]o one fully understood the gospel from the time of the apostle to the time a certain British scholar started reading Paul in Greek"

"The church has misread Paul so severely, it seems, that no one fully understood the gospel from the time of the apostle to the time a certain British scholar started reading Paul in Greek in graduate school." Surprised by N.T. Wright

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