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N. T. Wright serves as Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, as well professor emeritus of New Testament and Early Christianity at the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews. He is the award-winning author of many books, including Broken Signposts, Paul: A mostrar más Biography, Surprised by Hope, and many more. mostrar menos
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Obras de N. T. Wright

Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense (2006) 2,639 copias, 20 reseñas
La resurrección del Hijo de Dios (2003) 1,850 copias, 12 reseñas
The New Testament and the People of God (1992) 1,780 copias, 12 reseñas
Jesus and the Victory of God (1993) 1,703 copias, 10 reseñas
El desafío de Jesús (1999) 1,511 copias, 8 reseñas
The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions (1999) 1,372 copias, 9 reseñas
Paul: In Fresh Perspective (2006) 1,109 copias, 6 reseñas
Evil and the Justice of God (2006) 1,037 copias, 12 reseñas
Justification: God's Plan & Paul's Vision (2009) 982 copias, 14 reseñas
Luke for Everyone (2001) 878 copias, 1 reseña
Mark for Everyone (2001) 867 copias, 4 reseñas
Paul: A Biography (2018) 720 copias, 9 reseñas
Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 1-15 (2002) 692 copias, 4 reseñas
The Lord and His Prayer (1996) 641 copias, 6 reseñas
John for Everyone: Chapters 1-10 (2002) 626 copias, 3 reseñas
Matthew for Everyone: Chapters 16-28 (2002) 621 copias, 2 reseñas
John for Everyone: Chapters 11-21 (2002) 609 copias, 3 reseñas
Paul for Everyone: Galatians and Thessalonians (2002) 585 copias, 3 reseñas
Paul and the Faithfulness of God (2013) 549 copias, 2 reseñas
Who Was Jesus? (1992) 492 copias, 2 reseñas
Acts for Everyone, Part 1 (2008) 461 copias, 1 reseña
Acts for Everyone, Part 2, Chapters 13-28 (2008) 416 copias, 3 reseñas
Revelation for Everyone (2004) 386 copias, 4 reseñas
The Case for the Psalms (2013) 379 copias, 7 reseñas
The Meal Jesus Gave Us (1999) 346 copias, 2 reseñas
The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation (2011) — Autor — 304 copias, 2 reseñas
The Resurrection of Jesus: John Dominic Crossan And N.T. Wright in Dialogue (2005) — Contribuidor — 251 copias, 2 reseñas
Jesus, the Final Days: What Really Happened (2008) 223 copias, 1 reseña
Small Faith--Great God (1978) 193 copias
Millennium Myth: Hope for a Postmodern World (1999) 159 copias, 2 reseñas
Paul and His Recent Interpreters (2015) 142 copias, 2 reseñas
The Challenge of Easter (2009) 127 copias, 1 reseña
Lent for Everyone: Matthew Year A (2010) 99 copias, 2 reseñas
1 & 2 Timothy and Titus (2009) 68 copias
Bringing the Church to the World (1993) 65 copias, 1 reseña
Acts for everyone (2007) 64 copias
Galatians (2021) 60 copias
Exile: A Conversation with N. T. Wright (2017) — Contribuidor — 57 copias
New Testament Prayer for Everyone (2012) 33 copias, 1 reseña
The Bible for Everyone (2017) — Traductor — 32 copias
Resurrection (2006) 21 copias
The Cross and the Colliery (2007) 17 copias
Advent for Everyone: Luke: A Daily Devotional (2018) 16 copias, 2 reseñas
The wisdom of the Psalms (1996) 14 copias
Como Deus se tornou rei (2019) 9 copias
Everyone Gospel Set (2004) 6 copias
Romans in a Week (2000) 6 copias
Eu creio, e agora? (2012) 6 copias, 1 reseña
Offenbarung für heute (2014) 3 copias
Goede Vrijdag 2 copias
Sanningen om Jesus (1998) 2 copias
Indicadores fragmentados (2020) 2 copias
Hospital for Sinners (2007) 2 copias
Surpris par l'espérance (2019) 1 copia
Mesia 1 copia
Překvapivá naděje (2018) 1 copia
Johannes für heute (2017) 1 copia
Looking for Jesus (1995) 1 copia
The Most Dangerous Baby 1 copia, 1 reseña
The New, Unimproved jesus 1 copia, 1 reseña
Jesus 1 copia

Obras relacionadas

Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible (2005) — Editor — 533 copias, 5 reseñas
The Lost World of Adam and Eve: Genesis 2-3 and the Human Origins Debate (2015) — Contribuidor — 377 copias, 5 reseñas
Theological Interpretation of the New Testament: A Book-by-Book Survey (2008) — Editor; Contribuidor — 236 copias, 1 reseña
Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright (2011) — Contribuidor — 171 copias, 1 reseña
Belief: Readings on the Reason for Faith (2010) — Contribuidor — 144 copias, 2 reseñas
The Aims of Jesus (1979) — Introducción, algunas ediciones108 copias
The Love Wins Companion: A Study Guide for Those Who Want to Go Deeper (2011) — Contribuidor — 79 copias, 3 reseñas
Church and Its Vocation (2018) — Prólogo — 67 copias, 1 reseña
Tom Wright for Everyone (2011) — Based on — 58 copias, 2 reseñas
The wisdom of Jesus (1973) — Introducción — 37 copias
Authenticating the Activities of Jesus (1998) — Contribuidor — 32 copias
God and Government (2009) — Contribuidor — 31 copias
Paul and the Apocalyptic Imagination (2016) — Contribuidor — 30 copias
The Blackwell companion to Paul (2011) — Contribuidor — 25 copias


Conocimiento común

Nombre canónico
Wright, N. T.
Nombre legal
Wright, Nicholas Thomas
Otros nombres
Wright, Tom
Wright, Thomas
Fecha de nacimiento
Lugar de nacimiento
Morpeth, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom
Lugares de residencia
Durham, England, UK
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Oxford, England, UK
Sedbergh School, Yorkshire, England, UK
Exeter College, University of Oxford (BA|1971)
Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford (BA|1973|MA|1975)
Merton Hall, University of Oxford (D.Phil|1981|D.D.|2000)
Anglican priest
Anglican Bishop (Durham, 2003-10)
Church of England (ordained 1976)
University of St Andrews
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University
McGill University
Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical Research
Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars (mostrar todos 9)
Society of Biblical Literature
Society for New Testament Studies
Institute for Biblical Research
Premios y honores
Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh (2015)
Burkitt Medal (2014)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, London University (2010)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Northumbria University (2010)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, University of St Andrews (2009)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, John Leland Center for Theological Studies, Washington DC (2008) (mostrar todos 15)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Durham University (2007)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Wycliffe College, Toronto (2006)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Nashotah House, Wisconsin (2006)
Honorary Fellow, Merton College, Oxford (2004)
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Gordon College, Massachusetts (2003)
Honorary Fellow, Downing College, Cambridge (2003)
Honorary Fellow, Downing College, Cambridge (2001)
Honorary Doctor of Divinity, St Mary's Seminary and University, Baltimore (2012)
Mark O. Hatfield Leadership Award (2012)
Biografía breve
Nicholas Thomas ("Tom") Wright (born 1 December 1948) is a leading New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop. In academia, he is published as N. T. Wright, but otherwise tends to be known as Tom Wright. Between 2003 and his retirement in 2010, he was the Bishop of Durham (Church of England).



What book would you give to an atheist? en Christianity (diciembre 2022)
N T Wright's Christian Origin Series en 2014 Category Challenge (diciembre 2014)
N.T. Wright; Paul and the Faithfulness of God en Christianity (diciembre 2013)


'Almost every Christian today struggles at some level to understand the political implications of the gospel: What have kingdom concerns to do with cultural crises, or the good news with the daily news? Under what circumstances is civil disobedience warranted? Can a Christian wholeheartedly support any political system? In Jesus and the Powers, you will find Mike Bird and Tom Wright neither fence-sitting nor drumbeating, but guiding Christians thoughtfully, practically, and jovially through a minefield of contemporary political and social questions with a careful commitment that draws deeply on the wisdom of the Bible.' -- CHRISTOPHER WATKIN, associate professor of French studies, Monash University, author of Biblical Critical Theory: How the Bible’s Unfolding Story Makes Sense of Modern Life and Culture

'An excellent, short pilgrimage in biblical political theology! With divisions and animosities running high within and among nations and with autocrats increasingly in charge, we need this book acutely.' -- MIROSLAV VOLF, professor of theology, Yale University Divinity School, founding director, Yale Center for Faith and Culture

'At a time when discussions about Christian nationalism and debates over religion and politics too often involve more heat than light, Jesus and the Powers offers something different. Drawing on their expertise in biblical theology and on two millennia of global Christian history, Tom Wright and Mike Bird present a defense of liberal democracy that pushes back against the extremes of the Left and the Right. There are no easy answers here, but readers across religious and political spectrums will find much to grapple with in this sharply written text, and perhaps also a framework for the pursuit of mutual human flourishing in a polarized age.' -- KRISTIN KOBES DUMEZ, professor of history, Calvin University, author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation

'In a time when Christians face pressure to either remain silent about God's kingdom or conquer their opponents in its name, Wright and Bird call the church to choose neither. Christians have a vital role to play in politics at all levels of government. Yet as Wright and Bird explain, those who bear the name 'Christian' represent Jesus in their service and sacrifice, boldly speaking truth to power when necessary, neither in dominating their neighbors nor capitulating to evil. Can Christians defend pluralism and liberal democracy and remain faithful to King Jesus? Not only is it possible, Wright and Bird explain why they must.' -- SAMUEL L. PERRY, professor of sociology, University of Oklahoma, coauthor of The Flag and the Cross: Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy

'In Jesus and the Powers, N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird draw on a wide array of historical, biblical, and theological resources to offer a much-needed contribution to discussions regarding Christian faith and politics. They present a broad theopolitical vision of how the church should relate to empire that will exhort, challenge, correct--and at times likely provoke--their readers. Their arguments reach an international audience and transcend the particularities of contemporary politics to point readers back to the heart of Christian life and witness: serving Jesus our king and advancing the kingdom of God.' -- AMY E. BLACK, professor of political science, Wheaton College

'In our unsettled and polarized world, it is as easy to be tempted by the solutions offered by those on the extremes as it is to put our heads in the sand. Bird and Wright remind Christians that Jesus truly is king and the hope of the world, and they encourage us toward steady faithfulness when it is easy to be swept away by the shifting winds of historical and political circumstance. Read this book, remember 'the old story,' and pursue public faithfulness while resting in truth.' -- VINCENT BACOTE, professor of theology, director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics, Wheaton College

'Jesus and the Powers helps us think clearly and deeply about what Christians are called to be and do in our present day. It casts a vision that takes seriously God's call to engage in the work of service, sacrifice, and reconciliation to the benefit of everyone around us--in Wright and Bird's words, to 'build for the kingdom.' Any fellow Christians wrestling with the question, 'Where do we go from here?' would do well to receive what is shared within these pages.' -- ANDREW L. WHITEHEAD, associate professor of sociology, Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, author of American Idolatry: How Christian Nationalism Betrays the Gospel and Threatens the Church

'Jesus inaugurated his ministry by proclaiming the coming of the kingdom of God. What does that long-ago event have to do with us today? Everything, say the authors of Jesus and the Powers. The fundamental character of authentic Christian political activity, they argue, is 'building for the kingdom.' Using their skills as esteemed New Testament scholars, the authors first illuminate what Jesus would have meant by 'the kingdom of God' and then explore how present-day Christians can build for the kingdom. I know of no other book that comes even close to locating, so insightfully and in such rich detail, Christian political activity within the context of the coming of the kingdom. Given what is happening in politics today, their call for Christians to engage as workers for the kingdom could not be timelier.' -- NICHOLAS WOLTERSTORFF, Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology, Yale University

'Many Christians are asking afresh whether the Bible can be helpful for us in the 2020s to be fully committed followers of Jesus, on the one hand, and yet also be engaged in the political realm, on the other hand. The authors of this book have spent much of their lives attempting to understand the New Testament and here bring their decades of academic expertise, accumulated wisdom, and Christian convictions to bear on some of the most difficult but relevant questions at this nexus today, in particular how the church should retain its witness to the gospel while interfacing with the state and its various kinds of governments. Their invitation to explore what faithfulness means between Christian separatism and Christian nationalism is a gift especially to believers that hold Scripture to be normative for Christian faith and practice in a pluralistic world.' -- AMOS YONG, professor of theology and mission, Fuller Seminary

'The rise of Christian nationalism in the United States, the rise of Buddhist nationalism and the coup in Myanmar, Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and the Israel-Palestine conflict all pose moral challenges in how Christians should faithfully witness to Jesus as the global lord of freedom. N. T. Wright and Michael Bird, whose lives have both been shaped by world empires in some way, have written a timely book on Jesus and the powers. Using the Bible as source and the kingdom of God as a theological foundation, they innovatively demonstrate how Jesus and his disciples' political witness against powers in the first century should be used as a contextual guide for the contemporary church's public witness against political powers of the regimes for the common good in the twenty-first century. This brilliant book is a fresh contribution to New Testament political theology today. It offers readers a nuanced understanding of the relationship between Christ, the kingdom, the church, and politics. This book is academic yet accessible, political yet pastoral. I highly recommend it to anyone working in the global academy, grassroots church, and public society.' -- DAVID THANG MOE, Rice postdoctoral associate and lecturer in Southeast Asian Studies, Yale University, review editor, International Journal of Public Theology

'This is an ambitious book of the sort that only two seasoned theologians and (equally important) true lovers of Jesus could conceive of and write. And it is a book Christians need in this time of war, political turmoil, and threats to human flourishing around the world--many of these, the fruit of arrogant earthly empires. What should the church's response be to such profound brokenness? And what should the response of individual Christians be? The book's arguments marry political theology with sound history, both ancient and modern, all to show that 'the kingdom of God is not from this world, but it is emphatically for this world.' History shows that other lords and kings will rise and fall, trampling others underfoot in the process, but there will always, only be one lord and king. And that is a call to action for us all.' -- NADYA WILLIAMS, author of Cultural Christians in the Early Church: A Historical and Practical Introduction to Christians in the Greco-Roman World

'Tom Wright and Michael Bird's individual contributions to New Testament scholarship, church life, and practical Christian living are immeasurable. This dynamic duo teams up again to draw attention to the relevance of Jesus and the Bible for our divided and fracturing world. Unthinkable only a decade ago, the very fabric of democracy is under threat. What was once stable and reliable is now in danger of collapse. Although this may be new to us today, it is not new to God's people. In some ways, topics and emphases in Scripture that were important for the earliest church are now relevant again. Wright and Bird help us reorient ourselves to implications of the gospel message for today's climate. Topics discussed include the kingdom of God, power, and the relationship between the church and secular authority. Wright and Bird's purpose is neither to promote some political agenda nor inform Christians how to vote. Circumstances and the Bible demand a more nuanced approach. Rather, they wish to help us understand the implications of the gospel for our daily interaction with the world and to act accordingly. In the end, this is a call for Christian action and a source of hope for the church today.' -- JOSEPH D. FANTIN, professor of New Testament, Dallas Theological Seminary

'Wright and Bird help us situate where the church sits between presidents and principalities. Keeping politics out of Christianity is impossible, for Christianity is inherently political. Too many books on politics shortchange the biblical text. This book brings you back to the first century and then back again to the twenty-first century with tools pertaining to our public witness.' -- PATRICK SCHREINER, associate professor of New Testament and biblical theology, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, author of Political Gospel: Public Witness in a Politically Crazy World
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staylorlib | Jul 12, 2024 |
Leave it to N.T. Wright to navigate the minefield of Covid with wisdom. Wish I had read it a few years ago.
KoestK | 7 reseñas más. | Jun 18, 2024 |
As one would expect from a book written quickly at the beginning of a global catastrophe, God and the Pandemic is not a particularly profound book, nor did it address the wider social implications that arose because of the virus. That being said, the author writes in a conversational and accessible way while discussing passages from the bible that help our understanding of how to think of and live through hard times—such as the Coronavirus. Although this book addresses the pandemic by name, it really is applicable to any catastrophe. As Wright points out, this is the only global pandemic that we have lived through, but humans have short memories and we tend not to consider those things which happened before we were alive. Wright’s book will be helpful for those looking for comfort during this time by simply exploring scripture and dismissing apocalyptic theories, but I imagine we’ll have to wait until the Coronavirus has played out to a get a book that explores it in depth.

*Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review
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caaleros | 7 reseñas más. | May 17, 2024 |
prepping for the national ETS conference where Wright is speaking on justification. I'm reading Wright this summer!
tarullo | 13 reseñas más. | May 1, 2024 |



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