Category Archives: Justification and the New Perspective

N. T. Wright on Paul and the Faithfulness of God

If you have followed the theological project of N. T. (Tom) Wright then you will enjoy watching this video and then adding this magnum opus to the other three major volumes. If you do not know what the fuss is … Continue reading

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A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright

I wrote here last April about the Wheaton Theology Conference which featured N. T. Wright. Never have I attended an event with so much electricity about biblical theology and serious dialog. It was a moment of my life that I … Continue reading

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N. T. Wright: Is He Really the Most Dangerous Theologian of Our Time?

From the first moment I heard the name of N. T. Wright, about twenty years ago I think, I was told to avoid him like the plague. Why? He was a dangerous man with a theology that would undermine the … Continue reading

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A Way of Looking at My Concern for Unity Among Christians

A friend wrote an email to me recently that expressed his continued thinking about the practical implications of my call to church unity. He wrote: “As it relates to doctrine, I thought about my concern for growth of character. I … Continue reading

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The Future of Justification: A Response to John Piper's Treatment of the New Perspective on Paul

John Piper The Future of Justification: A Response to N. T. Wright Wheaton, Crossway, 2007   A Review by Don Garlington*   Dr. John Piper’s new book, as its subtitle indicates, is a rejoinder to N. T. Wright’s take on … Continue reading

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