N. T. Wright

N. T. Wright is the former Bishop of Durham and current Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews Divinity School. He is the author of a four-volume series called Of Christian Origins and the Question of God, the most recent of which is entitled Paul and the Faithfulness of God (Augsburg Fortress, 2013). Other works include How God Became King (HarperOne, 2012), Scripture and the Authority of God, 2nd ed. (HarperOne, 2011), and Justification: God's Plan and Paul's Vision (InterVarsity Press, 2009). Wright is also the author of numerous essays, lectures, and sermons, many of which can be accessed on this website devoted to his writings.


Volume 122

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Guests on Volume 122: N. T. Wright, on the significance of narrative awareness as a gesture towards participating in God's on-going narrative and away from cultural captivity; George Marsden, on American public intellectuals of the 1950s and their anxieties concerning national purpose; Makoto Fujimura, on modernist art, Jacques Maritain, and the Eastern pictorial tradition; David Bentley Hart, on why historic theism (and all of its metaphysical claims) explains reality better than materialism does; and Thomas Lessl, on the institutional "Copernican revolution" of the university and its attending warfare mythology as enduring perpetuators of the war between science and religion.