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N. T. Wright Collection (34 vols.)

por Wright, N. T.

SPCK, IVP 1992–2008

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Overview

New Testament scholar and prolific author N. T. Wright has had a profound influence on the Church, and his writings have been eagerly read worldwide. The N. T. Wright Collection combines thirty-four of his most beloved works to offer a collection rich in theological depth, engaging in tone, and compelling in biblical wisdom.

Wright's spirited words have been read by distinguished biblical scholars and theologians alike, yet they are also very accessible to the layperson. With great verve, he lays out the theology of the New Testament, unpacking the truths found in the Gospels as well as the words of the Apostle Paul. No one who reads these words will be unchanged by the truths contained within them.

Key Features

  • Contains fifteen New Testament commentaries from the For Everyone series
  • Thirty-four total volumes by noted theologian N. T. Wright
  • Volumes addressing topics such as the justice of God, worship, death, Christ's resurrection, and much more

Praise for the Print Edition

This enterprise is probably the most exciting thing to have happened in Christian education in Britain for many years.

Expository Times

Wright writes wonderfully, accessibly and as smooth as fine chocolate.

—Ship of Fools website

Individual Titles

Acts for Everyone, part 1

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 240

Renowned scholar N. T. Wright brings us the latest volumes in his acclaimed For Everyone series of New Testament commentaries: Acts, parts one and two. Part one covers chapters one through twelve. Each of these brief guides offers a short passage of text, in Wright's own accessible translation, followed by a highly readable and thought-provoking discussion. Background information about the text, helpful explanations about its meanings, and thoughts as to how it can be relevant to our lives today are woven together seamlessly in Wright s gracious and inviting style. A glossary is provided at the back of the books to provide further explanation of less-common words and phrases. These books are useful for Christian education classes for both youth and adults, as preaching aids, in confirmation classes, and as daily devotions.

A rare event: a commentary that is learned without being stuffy, accessible without being reductionist. Tom Wright joins us in our homes and workplaces, our sanctuaries and classrooms, in genial, prayerful conversation over this text that forms our lives, the New Testament Scriptures.

The Christian Century

There is now an immense hunger in our society for the Bible. Many folk want access to it, without the usual shrill authoritarian trappings. These studies by Wright are exactly to the point . . . well grounded in scholarship, accessible, and intensely contemporary. The series is a most welcome one!

—Walter Brueggemann, Professor Emeritus, Columbia Theological Seminary

Acts for Everyone, part 2

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 256

Renowned scholar N. T. Wright brings us the latest volumes in his acclaimed For Everyone series of New Testament commentaries: Acts, parts one and two. Part two covers chapters thirteen through twenty-eight.

Evil and the Justice of God

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 128

This is a fascinating analysis and response to the fundamental questions that face any believer today. Sadly becoming daily more topical, this book explores all aspects of evil–our contemporary and theological understanding, and the ways in which evil presents itself in society today. Fully grounded in the Bible, Evil and the Justice of God is sparkling, erudite, provocative and particularly relevant in the wake of new global terror attacks.

Accounts of cruelty, death and terrorism hit us every day. The phrase ‘the axis of evil’ resonates in our world, and evil seems to seep into all aspects of life. We are forced to ask fundamental questions about God and the nature of evil, which demand a theological resolution that is mature, profound and never glib.

N. T. Wright explores these pivotal questions with a fresh and engaging approach, combining the virtues of detailed scholarship with an accessible style. He neither ducks the awkward, nor avoids the unpalatable, but instead offers a new, often surprising perspective in his search for a meaningful response to the problem of evil.

Following Jesus: Biblical Reflection on Christian Discipleship

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 112

The twelve exhilarating meditations in this volume explore what it truly means to follow Jesus today. Part one outlines the essential messages of six major New Testament books—Hebrews, Colossians, Matthew, John, Mark, and Revelation. Part two examines six key New Testament themes—resurrection, rebirth, temptation, hell, heaven, and new life—and considers their significance for the lives of present-day disciples.

Encouraging, startling, unnerving—but always inviting…. The richly biblical fruit of much working through of "the meaning of the life and death of Jesus and the gift to his people of the Spirit" in the modern world…. Tom Wright offers insights valuable to Christians across the spectrum between literalism and mere metaphor in their view of Scripture.

Anglican Journal

For All God's Worth

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 144

In this book, the author sets out to consider what is the appropriate approach to God, from a variety of real life and biblical starting points. He believes it is a question of recognizing God’s worth and worth-ship, which the origin of the word ‘worship’. It simply means giving God what He is worth.

All Christians worship God, but many do not fully understand what "worship" means. For All God's Worth is an insightful exploration of both the meaning and the results of worship. Part 1 focuses on God and on what worshiping God actually means. Part 2 addresses a range of church-related issues that arise from the activity of worship. Based firmly on sensitive and creative readings of the biblical text, For All God's Worth is an inspiring call for renewal in the worship and witness of today's church. N. T. Wright is a New Testament theologian of international standing, a committed Christian, and (as For All God's Worth clearly demonstrates) an outstanding communicator.

Midwest Book Review

For All the Saints? Remembering the Christian Departed

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: Morehouse Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 76

"We have been drifting into a muddle and a mess, putting together bits and pieces of traditions, ideas and practices in the hope that they will make sense. They don't. There may be times when a typical Anglican fudge is a pleasant, chewy sort of thing, but this isn't one of them. It's time to think and speak clearly and act decisively." With these robust words Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham, throws down a challenge to current liturgy and practice surrounding All Saints' and All Souls' Days, and sets out to clarify our thinking about what happens to people after they die. Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory, what it means to pray for the dead, what (and who) are the saints, are all addressed in this invigorating and rigorously argued book.

Hebrews for Everyone

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 208

Writing in an approachable and anecdotal style, Tom Wright helps us to find our way round the letter to the Hebrews, one of the most bracing and challenging writings in the New Testament. He acknowledges that people often find it difficult, because some of the ideas it contains are strange to us. Yet, like meeting a new friend, he helps us to find it full of interest and delight, with a powerful message that comes home to today’s and tomorrow’s church as much as it did to yesterday’s. This volume covers the entire book of Hebrews.

John for Everyone, part 1

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 192

John for Everyone, part 1 of the For Everyone commentary series, discusses John 1-10.

This enterprise is probably the most exciting thing to have happened in Christian education in Britain for many years.

The Expository Times

If you wish to meet the Jesus who broke into people's lives while on earth, I heartily recommend these guides.

The Christian Herald

John for Everyone, part 2

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 200

Part two of John for Everyone dives into the scriptural text of the Gospel of John, chapters 11-21.

This enterprise is probably the most exciting thing to have happened in Christian education in Britain for many years.

The Expository Times

If you wish to meet the Jesus who broke into people's lives while on earth, I heartily recommend these guides.

The Christian Herald

Luke for Everyone

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 336

Tom Wright’s guide to Luke, which includes a wealth of information and background detail, provides real insights for our understanding of the story of Jesus and its implications for the reader.

In this series [Wright] excels as a communicator, making this the most exciting study guide since Barclay's Daily Study Bible.

The Expository Times

Wright writes well and with an easy style. The short commentaries tackle New Testament books without being weighed down

Publishers Weekly

Mark for Everyone

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 256

Tom Wright’s eye-opening comments on the gospel and what it might mean for us are combined, passage by passage, with his own fresh and involving translation. Wright captures the urgency and excitement of Mark’s gospel in a way few writers have.

Pastors, evangelists, and Sunday school teachers will love this.

—CBA Marketplace, March 2004

Matthew for Everyone, part 1

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 240

Tom Wright’s eye-opening comments on the Gospel and what it might mean for us are combined, passage by passage, with his new translation of the Bible text. This volume discusses Matthew 1-15.

Matthew For Everyone, part 2

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 240

Part two elaborates on the latter half of the Gospel of Matthew, covering chapters 16-28.

Paul for Everyone: 1 Corinthians

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 272

Wright shows us the liveliness of cosmopolitan Corinth in this commentary, and reveals the wisdom and challenge of Paul’s writing, bringing out the pastoral sensitivity and deep insight that make this letter one of Paul’s crowning achievements.

Paul for Everyone: 2 Corinthians

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 176

Writing in an approachable and anecdotal style, Tom Wright helps us to understand from the beginning of the letter that something unexplained yet terrible had happened. We feel the pain of Paul from the very opening lines, as he confronts dreadful issues of sorrow and hurt, emerging with a clearer picture of what it meant to say that Jesus himself suffered for us and rose in triumph. The letter itself moves through tragedy and from there leads into the sunlight.

Paul for Everyone: Galatians and Thessalonians

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 192

Tom Wright’s eye-opening comments on these letters are combined, passage by passage, with his new translation of the Bible text. Making use of his true scholar’s understanding, yet writing in an approachable and anecdotal style, Wright captures the tension and excitement of the time as the letters seek to assert Paul’s authority and his teaching against other influences.

Paul for Everyone: Romans, part 1

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 192

Writing in an anecdotal and approachable style, Tom Wright helps us to see the great sweep of the letter to the Romans. This long-awaited two-volume addition to the hugely popular For Everyone series will be ideal for daily Bible study, a preaching aid or for those readers who are looking to deepen their understanding of this classic New Testament book.

Paul for Everyone: Romans, part 2

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 192

Paul for Everyone: Romans, part 2 delves into chapters 9-16 of this Pauline epistle.

Paul for Everyone: The Pastoral Letters

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 192

Writing in an approachable and anecdotal style, Tom Wright helps us to see the pastoral nature of these three letters. They are not just instruction books for junior disciples, but a guide to a way of life, and in many ways appropriate to all Christians.

Two strands in particular run through the letters. First, Paul is anxious that those who profess the faith should allow the gospel to transform the whole of their lives, right down to the deepest parts of their personality. Second, he is anxious that every teacher of the faith should know how to build up the community in mutual support, rather than tear it apart through the wrong sort of teaching and behavior.

Paul for Everyone: The Prison Letters

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 240

Paul wrote the letters while in prison facing possible death, but their passion and energy are undimmed. They reveal Paul’s longing to see young churches grow in faith and understanding, rooted in Jesus himself, and to see this faith worked out in practice–in one case, through the rehabilitation of a runaway slave. Wright’s stimulating comments are combined with his own translation of the Bible text.

Paul: Fresh Perspectives

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 192

N. T. Wright, Bishop of Durham, scholar and writer of distinction, turns his attention and considerable enthusiasm to the writings of Paul of Tarsus, whom he considers to be the intellectual equivalent of Plato, Aristotle or Seneca. He captures and reveals illuminating details from Paul’s unique Judaic, Hellenistic and Roman heritage, allowing a rounded picture to emerge of an integrated philosophy–a unique, Christian theology.

Paul: Fresh Perspectives combines the virtues of detailed scholarship with an accessible style and a passion for exploring the message of Paul. The book is based on the prestigious Hulsean Lectures given by the author in Cambridge in spring 2005.

Scripture and the Authority of God

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 112

In this provocative book, N. T. Wright approaches the debate on the authority of Scripture from a different angle. It is, after all, God himself who possesses all authority and that authority is primarily about his sovereign, saving purposes being accomplished through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. What does it mean for the Bible to be a channel for that powerful authority?

This question brings up new angles on many other issues: the relation of Scripture, tradition and reason; the place of experience; the many-sided problems of the use and abuse of the Bible in relation to personal and public life. N. T. Wright’s contribution to this intense debate will bring fresh clarity to many puzzling questions.

Simply Christian

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 112

Simply Christian is essential reading for anyone who wants to consider the real fundamentals of Christianity or is intrigued by its claims about the place of justice, beauty and love in our daily lives. Written in a lively and accessible style, though rooted in solid scholarship, this book describes the exciting relevance of the Bible and the Christian story for the contemporary world.

It is laid out helpfully in three sections. The first opens with the frustrated longings of humanity for justice, spirituality, relationships and beauty: why are things like this, do they have to be so and can life be lived differently? Tom Wright then sets out the central Christian belief about God and his creation, and explores the biblical analysis of what’s wrong with the world. He explains God’s plan for its renewal, and the central importance of Jesus. In the final section, he explores what it means to follow Jesus, to be energized by the Holy Spirit and to advance God’s plan for our world.

This question brings up new angles on many other issues: the relation of Scripture, tradition and reason; the place of experience; the many-sided problems of the use and abuse of the Bible in relation to personal and public life. N. T. Wright’s contribution to this intense debate will bring fresh clarity to many puzzling questions.

The arguments are sophisticated, and Wright is a brilliant expositor of the Bible.

The Times Literary Supplement

Simply Christian goes beyond C. S. Lewis’s great classic Mere Christianity. Simply Christian is simply crucial; his writing can transform one’s life. This will become a classic.

—Anne Rice

Surprised by Hope

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 112

What do Christians hope for? To leave this wicked world and go to ‘heaven’? For the ‘kingdom of God’ to grow gradually on earth? What do we mean by the ‘resurrection of the body’, and how does that fit with the popular image of sitting on clouds playing harps? And how does all this affect the way we live in the here and now?

Tom Wright, one of our leading theologians, addresses these questions in this provocative and wide-ranging new book. He outlines the present confusion about future hope in both church and world. Then, having explained why Christians believe in the bodily resurrection of Jesus himself, he explores the biblical hope for ‘new heavens and new earth’, and shows how the ‘second coming’ of Jesus, and the eventual resurrection, belong within that larger picture, together with the intermediate hope for ‘heaven’. For many, including many Christians, all this will come as a great surprise.

Wright convincingly argues that what we believe about life after death directly affects what we believe about life before death. For if God intends to renew the whole creation–and if this has already begun in Jesus’ resurrection–the church cannot stop at ‘saving souls’, but must anticipate the eventual renewal by working for God’s kingdom in the wider world, bringing healing and hope in the present life.

Lively and accessible, this book will surprise and excite all who are interested in the meaning of life not only after death but before it.

This unmissable book . . . is a must-read.

—Krish Kandiah for Christianity Magazine

The Challenge of Jesus

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 173

This text answers the skepticism about the need for a historical understanding of Jesus and shows how this can affect Christian discipleship today. It explores Jesus’ preaching, his Messiahship and death, and his self-understanding in relation to God. The book goes on to ask: What does this imply? What should this mean for us? What, in fact, is the mission of the church grounded in this Jesus and this resurrection, to our postmodern world?

The Crown and the Fire

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 128

Instead of the seven words that Jesus spoke from the cross, Tom Wright invites you to consider seven words that people spoke to the cross–people like Mary and the Roman centurion who witnessed the crucifixion, and Pontius Pilate, who helped to instigate it. The result is a powerful sequence of meditations that will move you to reassess your own response to Jesus’ death, his resurrection, and the continuing influence of his Spirit on those who follow him today.

The Lord and His Prayer

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 96

In this book, the author discusses the Lord’s Prayer phrase by phrase. He shows how understanding the prayer in its original setting can be the starting point to rekindle spirituality and a life of prayer. With his vast knowledge of the prayer’s historical background, the author clarifies things which help to broaden our view of the world at that time.

The Millennium Myth

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 128

The preparing for and living in the new Millennium is not about getting ready for the end of the world. Rather, it is about continuing to live out the message that Jesus is Lord. In his usual engaging style, N. T. Wright discusses the new Millennium in light of what the Bible has to say about both eschatology and who Christ is.

The Scriptures, the Cross, and the Power of God

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 84

Tom Wright examines accounts of the events from Palm Sunday to Easter as they appear in the gospels of Matthew and of John, looking at these familiar passages from many unfamiliar angles to help us see them afresh.

Both Matthew and John understand the events of Jesus’ last week as the climax of the entire biblical narrative, and as the great moment when God’s power–made known, paradoxically in the human weakness of Jesus himself–was unveiled for the rescue and remaking of the world.

The Scriptures, the Cross, and the Power of God is accessible for anyone who wants to make Bible study and meditation part of their Lent. There are nine sessions covering the Passion narratives from Palm Sunday to Easter, all contained in this pocket-sized Lent book.

The Way of the Lord: A Pilgram Journey in Life and Faith

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 144

Vividly evoking the sights, sounds, smells–even the tastes–of the Holy Land, Tom Wright takes us on a contemporary pilgrimage to help us respond to Jesus’ call today. An ideal introduction to the Christian faith, The Way of the Lord aims to lead us into a greater knowledge and love of Christ – whether our pilgrimage is physical, or one of heart and mind.

Capturing the real excitement of ‘Come and see the place’, it heightens our awareness that Jesus journeys with us as he calls us out into the wider world of discipleship. For, in the glorious message of Easter: ‘He is not here–he is risen!’

Twelve Months of Sundays: Reflections on Bible Readings, Year A

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 138

N. T. Wright offers reflections on the Sunday readings in the Revised Common Lectionary for Year A. This book brings together his widely read columns in the Church Times, and also contains new pieces, to cover all the Sundays and major festivals. Scholarship, history and insights into the world and language of the Bible are woven together to give a deeper understanding of the Word of the Lord.

Twelve Months of Sundays: Reflections on Bible Readings, Year B

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 142

Year B offers a continuation of biblical reflections for the whole year.

Twelve Months of Sundays: Reflections on Bible Readings, Year C

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 144

Concluding the Twelve Months of Sundays set is Year C. This three-volume set will be invaluable to anyone who wants to gather their thoughts in preparation for Sunday worship, or for regular Bible study throughout the year.

Who Was Jesus?

  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 107

This is Tom Wright’s response to the wave of controversial books and theories on the historical Jesus. Responding to theories that Jesus was married, fathered children, divorced and then remarried and other claims that the doctrine of the Virgin Birth has caused the oppression of women, Tom Wright outlines these arguments and presents solid reasons for discounting the theories.

Whilst he agrees that the real historical Jesus may have some surprises for the institutional Church, he reveals that these ‘quests’ for the real Jesus display many variations on the same themes and shows that these theories are not as novel as they are made out to be. Written from the standpoint of professional Biblical scholarship yet assuming no prior knowledge of the subject, Wright shows convincingly that much can be gained from rigorous historical assessment of what the Gospels’ themselves say about Jesus.

Product Details

  • Title: N. T. Wright Collection
  • Author: N. T. Wright
  • Volumes: 34
  • Pages: 5,940

About N. T. Wright

Nicholas Tom Wright, commonly known as N. T. Wright or Tom Wright, is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St. Andrews University. Previously, he was the bishop of Durham. He has researched, taught, and lectured on the New Testament at McGill, Oxford, and Cambridge Universities, and has been named by Christianity Today a top theologian. He is best known for his scholarly contributions to the historical study of Jesus and the New Perspective on Paul. His work interacts with the positions of James Dunn, E. P. Sanders, Marcus Borg, and Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Wright has written and lectured extensively around the world, authoring more than forty books and numerous articles in scholarly journals and popular periodicals. He is best known for his Christian Origins and the Question of God Series, of which four of the anticipated six volumes are finished.