Saturday, June 11, 2011

What N.T. Wright doesn't know ...

Yes, we've been a bit hard on the esteemed theologian of our age lately and we'd like to keep things balanced (no, he's not jumped the shark, but golly, he's tipped his toe into the waters lately) with this fascinating fly-by video-interview of N.T. Wright by The Work Of The People.  He is asked "What does N.T. Wright not know?"



Is there not something deeply embedded in human nature that requires the types of sacrifices that Dr. Wright speaks about here?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wright is a great mind, a great scholar, and a great spiritual leader. That he may have some unpopular views in some circles concerning political matters, particularly those he has articulated recently re the United States Government, shouldn't be allowed to detract from his strengths. He is a significant asset to the Anglican Communion. This is a nice post that reminds us of his worth.

Scout

R said...

Here is Leithart on the subject:

http://www.biblicalhorizons.com/rite-reasons/no-43-a-postscript-to-the-meyers-thesis/

Joel said...

Here is Leithart on the subject:

http://www.biblicalhorizons.com/rite-reasons/no-43-a-postscript-to-the-meyers-thesis/