N.T. Wright: 15 Essential Biblical Texts | Sessions
Professor Wright lectures on 2 Samuel 7:11-14
Topics:Bible2 Samuel 7
N.T. Wright's lecture on Genesis 1:26-28, 31
Join N.T. Wright for a lecture on the bearers of God’s promise.
Join Professor Wright for his lecture on celebrating God’s creation and law.
Professor Wright's lecture on Psalm 42-43
N.T. Wright lectures on when God comes back in power.
Professor Wright continues his look at essential biblical texts with a lecture on Daniel 7
Professor Wright's lecture covers when God comes to dwell on Earth.
Join Professor Wright for a lecture on Mark 1:14-15
N.T. Wright’s examination of essential biblical texts as he lectures on the meaning of redemption.
Professor Wright shifts to Matthew 28:16-20 in this lecture.
Professor Wright lectures on Jesus the King.
N. T. Wright’s lecture on Galatians 2:19-20
Join N.T. Wright for a lecture on thinking in a whole new way.
Professor Wright concludes his look at essential biblical texts with a lecture on Revelation 21:1-7
How did you come up with the 15 Texts?
What is it like being a New Testament scholar today?
How do you sympathize with people who haven't heard this from their pastors?
How do we know Genesis 1 & 2 are about the formation of the temple?
Did God already plan everything?
What went on in the early church as they considered 2 Samuel as a messianic vision?
How do we look at Psalms pointing to the beauty of Torah without leaning towards following Torah too closely?
How do we actively inhabit the Psalms?
How do we feel purified before the Lord?
Will Daniel 7 still be fulfilled?
How do we live grace and truth in a practical way today?
What kinds of things do we need to abandon and repent from?
How can we live in a narrative structure?
How do we live out the authority and power of Jesus?
How do we understand vocation?
How can we be helped by Galatians to bring unity between churches of different cultures?
Can you explain the idea of sacrifice and how it relates to Jesus’s blood cleansing people?
How did Christian interpretation go wrong in the idea that the created world will be destroyed?