New Perspective on Paul

"[Wright] has been enthusiastically calling for the Pope to visit Durham on his forthcoming UK visit. I can guess what John Knox of St Andrews might have made of that."

N. T. Wright has announced his resignation as Bishop of Durham for a new position at School of Divinity of there.
A New Perspective on Scotland?

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Book Review—The Gospel of Free Acceptance in Christ

The Gospel of Free Acceptance in Christ: An Assessment of the Reformation and New Perspectives on Paul by Cornelis P. Venema. Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, 2006. 352 pp. $28.00/hardback.

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ISBNs: 0851519393 / 9780851519395

LCCN: BS2655 J8 V46 2006x

DCN: 227 V456g

Special Features: Selected Bibliography, Index of Persons, Index of Selected Subjects, Index of Scripture References.

Subject(s): The Apostle Paul, Justification, New Perspective on Paul

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Concerning the New Perspective on Paul: FBFI Resolution 06-02

FBFI 2006 Annual ConferenceNOTE: The following standing resolution was presented at the 86th Annual Fellowship of the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International on June 13, 2006, at Hamilton Square Baptist Church in San Francisco, California.

The New Perspective on Paul (NPP), fathered by E. P. Sanders, developed by James D. G. Dunn, and popularized by N. T. Wright, is not only erroneous exegetically, but more importantly is heretical theologically as a nonevangelical understanding of the apostle Paul and the soteriological teachings of the New Testament.

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