Tag Archives: N.T. Wright

“This is what I find about the Torah”

N.T. Wright says that Romans 7:21 is tragically mistranslated when it says “so I find this law at work: Although I want to do good, evil is right there with me.” Instead, Wright suggests, it should not be translated as … Continue reading

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Two meditations on the sacrament of forgiveness

The book of Sirach says: Do not say, ‘I sinned, yet what has happened to me?’ for the Lord is slow to anger. Do not be so confident of forgiveness that you add sin to sin. Do not say, ‘His … Continue reading

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The Resurrection Accounts

Often critics of the argument for the Historical resurrection will point out that the Gospel accounts, when it comes to their resurrection narratives, disagree and contradict with each other thereby weakening the case for their historical reliability. Now, I believe … Continue reading

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The Mother Hen as a Messianic image

A curious and oft quoted Biblical verse, one of the very rare verses which describes God by analogy through the use of feminine imagery, comes at the very end of Jesus’ great Eschatological temple sermon about the end of days. … Continue reading

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