Jesus, Paul, and the People of God: A Dialogue with N.T. Wright

Below is a link to a lecture seminar held at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL in honor of and dialogue with N.T. Wright.  I have not listened to all of the lectures yet, but those who know me know that I am a big fan of N.T. Wright’s work.  I have also read some works by Kevin J. Vanhoozer and Richard B. Hays, as well as having had the privilege of hearing Hays speak at a seminar once.  I have not read anything from the other speaker but I am sure their presence at this seminar is well deserved. 

Here is the link: Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N.T. Wright

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5 responses to “Jesus, Paul, and the People of God: A Dialogue with N.T. Wright

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  2. Rex: Hey bro, here is a report on the conference from (perhaps) a different perspective you might want to check out: http://www.reformation21.org/articles/wheaton-conference-report.php

  3. Jr., Thanks for the link. I have not listened to all of the presentations yet but what I like about the conference is that speakers are providing critiques and questions to the work of N.T. Wright rather than just being a bunch of presentations that “pat Wright on the back.”

    Grace and peace,

    Rex

    • Rex: I agree. The engagement is nice. Instead of talking past each other, they actually get on the same stage. Go figure. 🙂

      • Hey, you might also jump over to Michael Gorman’s “Cross Talk” blog which is linked on my blog under “theological blogs and sites.” Michael Gorman has written several blog posts on this conference.

        Grace and peace,

        Rex

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