Who is N. T. Wright and Why Should I Care?

If you’re asking these questions then you need to hear the latest White Horse Inn program. It’s available online (free) or on CD (extended version) and, of course, on the radio. This is a balanced, intelligent, and critical survey of the range . . . Continue reading →

On Replying to Moralists (Like Tom Wright)

Tom Wright is just making up stuff about the history of Reformed theology. He’s admitted that he doesn’t know much about the history of biblical exegesis beyond Calvin and one or two others. It’s pretty clear that he doesn’t know much about . . . Continue reading →

On Replying to Moralists (2)

Part 1 When I say “moralists” I mean primarily the doctrine that God justifies the sanctified because they are sanctified or that we are justified by grace and cooperation with grace.  This is the bottom line of the NPP. Justification is re-defined . . . Continue reading →

Guy Waters Analyzes NTW's Reply to Piper

The American edition of the book is not out yet, but Guy Waters (and the fellows at Christ the Center) have the British edition and they have analyzed it carefully. As always Guy does an admirable job of stating the question, of . . . Continue reading →

C. E. Hill on N. T. Wright

This review of What Saint Paul Really Said. Was Paul of Tarsus the Real founder of Christianity? (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997) first appeared online in 2001 back on the Third Millennium site. In view of the recent interviews with Guy Waters on . . . Continue reading →

Calvin in the Hands of Anglican Revisers (1)

N. T. (Tom) Wright has published a new volume articulating again his proposed revision of the way Paul’s doctrine of justification should be understood. The volume is Justification: God’s Plan and Paul’s Vision (IVP Academic, 2009). In the preface he indicates that . . . Continue reading →