Some students from Princton Theological Seminary have started a research project for the purpose of studying the foundational works of theology by N.T. Wright. Here is their description of the project:
Rarely in the course of our seminary study do we have the opportunity to study theologians whose work is currently transforming the life of the church.Â Tom Wright is one such theologian, and a small group of us at Princeton Theological Seminary, together with one of our professors, Ross Wagner, have decided to spend this semester immersed in Wrightâ€™s work.Â We hope to carefully read some of his most foundational writings and to engage each other through this blog on the issues and ideas which emerge from this study.Â From time to time we will have guest authors from a wide spectrum contribute, and we also invite those of you in church, parachurch, or seminary communities to read and respond to our blog posts as a way of keeping this project closely grounded in the church today.Â Welcome and enjoy!
I encourage everyone to keep up with this blog, especially if you don’t have the ability to read Bishop Wright’s works in full by yourself. These students will be summarizing and analysing and discussing much of what he has written and I think we will all benefit from their work. May God bless this project!
Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life."