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9 years ago  ::  Jul 30, 2008 - 9:53PM #1
DietoWorms
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There is a must-read interview of Bishop NT Wright in Christianity Today.

Read it here.

There is quite a lot to chew on, and he gives a great review of the essentials of Anglican Christianity as it has always been.

Tom Wright would make a great ABC.

DoW
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9 years ago  ::  Jul 31, 2008 - 10:38AM #2
triqueta
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[QUOTE=DietoWorms;658943]There is a must-read interview of Bishop NT Wright in Christianity Today.

Read it here.

There is quite a lot to chew on, and he gives a great review of the essentials of Anglican Christianity as it has always been.

Tom Wright would make a great ABC.

DoW[/QUOTE]

He has my vote. But only if he keeps writing and speaking!
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9 years ago  ::  Jul 31, 2008 - 10:57AM #3
Dutch777
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Good interview.  As ever, Bp.Wright is balanced, reasonable and forthright.
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9 years ago  ::  Aug 01, 2008 - 12:01PM #4
DietoWorms
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From the interview:

CT: Do you agree with the content of the Sudanese statement?

TW: What they have done in their statement is simply reaffirm what the Anglican Communion has always taught and what the historic churches in Christendom have always taught. It is sad that these things need to be reaffirmed - clearly they do. So for millions of Christians around the world all that they have said is ‘we are still believing what we have always believed’. So it’s not exceptional.
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9 years ago  ::  Aug 02, 2008 - 1:18PM #5
triqueta
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[QUOTE=DietoWorms;662334]From the interview:

CT: Do you agree with the content of the Sudanese statement?

TW: What they have done in their statement is simply reaffirm what the Anglican Communion has always taught and what the historic churches in Christendom have always taught. It is sad that these things need to be reaffirmed - clearly they do. So for millions of Christians around the world all that they have said is ‘we are still believing what we have always believed’. So it’s not exceptional.[/QUOTE]

Here's a good interview with Bishop Wright on a range of issues: http://www.nationalcatholicreporter.org/word/wright.htm
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9 years ago  ::  Nov 06, 2008 - 6:03AM #6
rbchaddy2000
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I highly recommend N.T. Wright. Please check out Alister McGrath as well. Richard
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