Tag Archives: N. T. Wright

The Hidden Underlying Challenge: Theocracy

“When we examine the wider movements of thought and culture in the eighteenth century, we find something of enormous significance for understanding why the gospels were being read in the way they were. At the heart of ‘the Enlightenment’ was … Continue reading

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Does Your Book Tote a Badge?

What with recent discussions here in the home frame, and with added enthusiasm from places about, we, with the quality of a Wurlitzer, bring aboard the added influence of your choosiness (why yes, I am referring to you). So sit back a … Continue reading

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