Reading Guides, Volume 9

N.T. Wright Books – An Introductory Reading Guide to The Theologian’s Work

N.T. Wright Books

Yesterday (Dec. 1) was the birthday of theologian N.T. Wright.

To mark the occasion, we offer the following introductory reading guide to his most significant books.

N.T. Wright Books – A Guide

 

8. Paul and the Faithfulness of God

 

And finally, another mammoth work to close out this list.  Paul and the Faithfulness of God is likely Wright’s theological masterpiece. It is a challenging read, but it is perhaps the most important theological book on St. Paul of this generation. 

 




 

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