Book Announcement – Jesus, Paul and the People of God, A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright

You can view the lectures here, but for those interested, IVP will be publishing the collected essays earlier next year.

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About the Book

At the 2010 Wheaton Theology Conference, leading New Testament scholar N. T. Wright and nine other prominent biblical scholars and theologians gathered to consider Wright’s prolific body of work. Compiled from their presentations, this volume includes Tom Wright’s two main addresses, one on the state of scholarship regarding Jesus and the other on the state of scholarship regarding the apostle Paul. The other nine essays critically interact with these two major themes of Wright’s works.

Much appreciation is shown, overviews are given, perspective is provided and some pointed questions are also raised. Together these essays represent the best of critical yet charitable dialogue among serious and rigorous scholars on theological themes vital to Christian faith that will propel New Testament scholarship for the next decade to come.

With essays by

  • Jeremy Begbie
  • Marcus Bockmuehl
  • Richard B. Hays
  • Edith M. Humphreys
  • Sylvia Keesmat and Brian Walsh
  • Nicholas Perrin
  • Marianne Meye Thompson
  • Kevin J. Vanhoozer

Features & Benefits

  • Includes essays by prominent scholars like Jeremy Begbie, Marcus Bockmuehl, Richard B. Hays, Edith M. Humphreys, Sylvia Keesmat, Brian Walsh, Nicholas Perrin, Marianne Meye Thompson, and Kevin J. Vanhoozer
  • Offers deft and illuminating responses and reflections on these incisive essays by N.T. Wright
  • Addresses the key and crucial elements of current biblical scholarship on the person and teaching of Jesus, the message of the Apostle Paul and implications for faithful Christian living today
  • Includes two comprehensive essays by N.T. Wright analyzing the state of contemporary scholarship on Jesus and Paul and prospects for future research
  • Provides a grand overview of N.T. Wright’s voluminous works
  • Identifies key issues and questions about Wright’s work that have yet to be clarified or resolved

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