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One God, One People, One Future: Essays in Honor of N. T. Wright

, 2018
ISBN: 9780281075782
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N. T. Wright is widely regarded as the most exciting and influential biblical scholar in the world today. These essays throw a spotlight on his contribution to New Testament theology and interpretation over the past four decades.

The structure is three-fold, corresponding to the three areas of classic Jewish theology that Wright views as starting points for discerning the shape of New Testament theology: monotheism, election and eschatology. The result is a book that facilitates a deep appreciation of key areas of current scholarly debate, and of Wright’s distinctive contribution to our understanding of the issues.

  • Celebrates N. T. Wright’s contribution to the church and academy
  • Focuses on categories of monotheism, election, and eschatology
  • Explores related topics including Christology, ecclesiology, and biblical interpretation
  • Introduction: Celebrating the Rt Revd Professor N. T. Wright
  • N. T. Wright and the Promise of New Testament Theology

One God

  • N. T. Wright’s Theodicy
  • The Human Face of God: God and the Christology of the New Testament
  • The Shema and 1 Corinthians 8.6 Again
  • The Way the One God Works: Covenant and Ethics in 1 Corinthians
  • King Solomon, a New Adam and Incorporative Representative of God’s People (1 Kings 3-4): A Text that Supports N. T. Wright on Paul and the Messiah
  • Reading Climax of the Covenant with John: Return from Exile, Monotheism and the One People of God in the Fourth Gospel

One People

  • First Corinthians and the Marks of God’s Ekklesia: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic
  • Grace, Race and the People of God
  • Saints Re-formed: The Extension and Expansion of Hagios in Paul
  • The Healing of the Blind and the Lame in the Temple: David, ‘Canaanites’ and the Reconstitution of Israel in Matthew 21.14
  • Tom (aka N. T.) Wright on Galatians
  • The Source of the Problem: Source Arguments and the Role of Women in the World and in the Church
  • Sex, Scripture and Improvisation
  • Paul and Obedience
  • Neither Sober nor of Sound Mind: Timothy’s Spirit of Sophronismos
  • Paul, Poverty and the Powers: The Eschatological Body of Christ in the Present Evil Age
  • Walking with the Oppressed: Lament and New-Creational Hope

One Future

  • Reclaiming all Paul's Rs: apostolic atonement by way of some Eastern Fathers
  • N. T. Wright and justification revisited: a contrarian perspective
  • Newness of life: gospel, Church and the common good in Romans 12-13
  • Narrative cross, apocalyptic resurrection: Ephesians and reading
  • Apocalyptic and the history of God: possibilities from Mark's epistemological inclusio
  • 'One day as a thousand years': Psalm 90, humility and the certainty of eschatological judgement in 2 Peter 3.8
  • Hope for what we do not yet see: the salvation of all Israel in Romans 11.25-27
  • 'Beloved for the sake of their ancestors' (Romans 11.28b): God's covenant love in Romans and some Old Testament backgrounds
  • John Anthony Dunne
  • Eric Lewellen
  • Richard Bauckham
  • Michael F. Bird
  • J. Andrew Cowan
  • S.A. Cummins
  • J. P. Davies
  • James D. G. Dunn
  • Crispin Fletcher-Louis
  • Andrew Goddard
  • Michael J. Gorman
  • Scott J. Hafemann
  • Richard B. Hays
  • David G. Horrell
  • Edith M. Humphrey
  • Sylvia C. Keesmaat
  • Grant LeMarquand
  • Richard Longnecker
  • Michael Lloyd
  • Grant Macaskill
  • Scot McKnight
  • Carey C. Newman
  • Peter Oakes
  • Oliver O’Donovan
  • Nicholas Perrin
  • Brian J. Walsh
  • Ben Witherington
  • Stephen I. Wright
  • Title: One God, One People, One Future: Essays in Honor of N. T. Wright
  • Editors: Eric Lewellen and John Anthony Dunne
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Pages: 608
  • Resource Type: Festschrifts
  • Topic: Biblical Studies

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John Anthony Dunne is Assistant Professor of New Testament, Bethel Seminary, USA

Eric Lewellen is Agency Engagement Specialist, The Evangelical Alliance Mission, USA


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