David has read the following resources by Professor N.T. Wright:
Christian Origins and the Question of God
Wright, N.T. (1992). The New Testament and the people of God, Christian origins and the question of God, vol. 1. London: Fortress Press.
Part I, Introduction
- Christian Origins and the New Testament
Part II, Tools for the Task
- Knowledge: Problems and Varieties
- Literature, Story and the Articulation of Worldviews
- History and the First Century
- Theology, Authority and the New Testament
Part III, First-Century Judaism within the Graeco-Roman World
- The Setting and the Story
- The Developing Diversity
- Story, Symbol, Praxis: Elements of Israel’s Worldview
- The Beliefs of Israel
- The Hope of Israel
Part IV, The First Christian Century
- The Quest for the Kerygmatic Church
- Praxis, Symbol and Questions: Inside Early Christian Worldviews
- Stories in Early Christianity (1)
- Stories in Early Christianity (2)
- The Early Christians: A Preliminary Sketch
Part V, Conclusion
- The New Testament and the Question of God
Appendix: Chronological Chart of Second-Temple Jewish History and of Early Christianity
Wright, N.T. (1996). Jesus and the victory of God, Christian origins and the question of God, vol. 2. London: SPCK.
Part I, Introduction
- Jesus Then and Now
- Heavy Traffic on Wredebahn: The ‘New Quest’ Renewed?
- Back to the Future: The ‘Third Quest’
- Prodigals and Paradigms
Part II, Profile of a Prophet
- The Praxis of a Prophet
- Stories of the Kingdom (1): Announcement
- Stories of the Kingdom (2): Invitation, Welcome, Challenge and Summons
- Stories of the Kingdom (3): Judgment and Vindidcation
- Symbol and Controversy
- The Questions of the Kingdom
Part III, The Aims and Beliefs of Jesus
- Jesus and Israel: The Meaning of Messiahship
- The Reasons for Jesus’ Crucifixion
- The Return of the King
Part IV, Conclusion
Appendix: Kingdom of God in Early Christian Literature
Wright, N.T. (2003). Resurrection of the son of God, the, Christian origins and the question of God, vol. 3. London: SPCK.
Part I, Setting the Scene
- The Target and the Arrows
- Shadows, Souls and Where They Go: Life Beyond Death in Ancient Paganism
- Time to Wake Up (1): Death and Beyond in the Old Testament
- Time to Wake Up (2): Hope Beyond Death in Post-Biblical Judaism
Part II, Resurrection in Paul
- Resurrection in Paul (Outside the Corinthian Correspondence)
- Resurrection in Corinth (1): Introduction
- Resurrection in Corinth (2): The Key Passages
- When Paul Saw Jesus
Part III, Resurrection in Early Christianity (Apart from Paul)
- Hope Refocused (1): Gospel Traditions Outside the Easter Narratives
- Hope Refocused (2): Other New Testament Writings
- Hope Refocused (3): Non-Canonical Early Christian Texts
- Hope in Person: Jesus as Messiah and Lord
Part IV, The Story of Easter
- General Issues in the Easter Stories
- Fear and Trembling: Mark
- Earthquakes and Angels: Matthew
- Burning Hearts and Broken Bread: Luke
- New Day, New Tasks: John
Part V, Belief, Event and Meaning
- Easter and History
- The Risen Jesus as the Son of God
Wright, N.T. (2013). Paul and the faithfulness of God, Christian origins and the question of God, vol. 4. London: SPCK.
Part I, Paul and His World
- Return of the Runaway?
- Like Birds Hovering Overhead: the Faithfulness of the God of Israel
- Athene and Her Owl: the Wisdom of the Greeks
- A Cock for Asclepius: ‘Religion’ and ‘Culture’ in Paul’s World
- The Eagle Has Landed: Rome and the Challenge of Empire
The Mindset of the Apostle
- A Bird in the Hand? The Symbolic Praxis of Paul’s World
- The Plot, the Plan and the Storied Worldview
- Five Signposts to the Apostolic Mindset
- The One God of Israel, Freshly Reworked
- The People of God, Freshly Reworked
- God’s Future for the World, Freshly Imagined
Paul in History
- The Lion and the Eagle: Paul in Caesar’s Empire
- A Different Sacrifice: Paul and ‘Religion’
- The Foolishness of God: Paul among the Philosophers
- To Know the Place for the First Time: Paul and His Jewish Context
- Signs of the New Creation: Paul’s Aims and Achievements
Wright, N.T. (1986). Paul, Jesus & the faith of Israel. [Sound Recording]. Regent-Audio.
Wright, N.T. (1993). Romans in a week. [Sound Recording]. Regent-Audio.
Wright, N.T. (1997). What St Paul really said. Oxford: Lion Hudson.
Wright, N.T. (1998). Jesus and the Kingdom of God. [Sound Recording]. Regent-Audio.
Wright, N.T. (2003). Creation and new creation in the New Testament. [Sound Recording]. Regent-Audio.
Wright, N.T. (2005). Paul: fresh perspectives. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (1988). The Interpretation of the New Testament, 1861 – 1986. Oxford: OUP.
Wright, N.T. (2011). The New Testament for everyone / translated by Tom Wright. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (1996). The Lord and his prayer. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2002). The meal Jesus gave us. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press
Wright, N.T. (2003). For all the saints? Remembering the Christian departed. Harrisburg, PA: Moorhouse
Wright, N.T. (2005). Scripture and the authority of God. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2006). Evil and the justice of God. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2006). Evil. [DVD recording]. IVP Connect.
Wright, N.T. (2006). Resurrection. [DVD recording]. IVP Connect.
Wright, N.T. (2006). Simply Christian. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2009). Surprised by hope: Rethinking heaven, the resurrection, and the mission of the church. New York, NY: HarperCollins.
Wright, N.T. (2009). Justification : God’s plan and Paul’s vision. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2010). Surprised by hope. [DVD recording]. London: Zondervan.
Wright, N.T. (2016). The day the revolution began. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (1986). The Epistles of Paul to the Colossians and to Philemon : an introduction and commentary. Leicester, England : Inter-Varsity Press
Wright, N.T. (1993). The climax of the covenant : Christ and the law in Pauline theology. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress.
- Christ, the Law, and ‘Pauline Theology’
Part I, Studies in Paul’s Christology
- Adam, Israel and the Messiah
- Χριστός as ‘Messiah’ in Paul: Philemon 6
- Jesus Christ is Lord: Philippians 2.5-11
- Poetry and Theology in Colossians 1:15-20
- Monotheism, Christology and Ethics: 1 Corinthians 8
Part Two: Paul and the Law
- Curse and Covenant: Galatians 3.10-14
- The Seed and the Mediator: Galatians 3.15-20
- Reflected Glory: 2 Corinthians 3
- The Vindication of the Law: Narrative Analysis and Romans 8.1-11
- The Meaning of περὶ ἁμαρτίας in Romans 8.3
- Echoes of Cain in Romans 7
Conclusion: The Climax of the Covenant
- Christ, the Law and the People of God: the Problem of Romans 9-11
- The Nature of Pauline Theology
Wright, N.T. (2002). The letter to the Romans, in The New Interpreters Bible (Vol. X, pp. 393 – 770). Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press.
Wright, N.T. (2004). Mark for everyone. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2004). Paul for everyone: Romans. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2004). Paul for everyone: 1 Corinthians. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2004). Paul for everyone: 2 Corinthians. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2013). Pauline Perspectives. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.
Part I, Oxford and Cambridge
- The Paul of History and the Apostle of Faith (1978)
- Justification: The Biblical Basis and Its Relevance for Contemporary Evangelicalism (1980)
- Godliness and Good Learning: Cranfield’s Romans (1980)
- A New Tübingen School? Ernst Kasemann and His Commentary on Romans (1982)
- On Becoming the Righteousness of God: 2 Corinthians 5.21 (1993)
Part II, Lichfield and Westminster
- Gospel and Theology in Galatians (1994)
- Romans and the Theology of Paul (1995)
- Two Radical Jews: A Review Article of Daniel Boyarin, A Radical Jew: Paul and the Politics of Identity (1996)
- The Law in Romans 2 (1996)
- Paul, Arabia and Elijah (Galatians 1.17) (1996)
- New Exodus, New Inheritance: The Narrative Substructure of Romans 3-8 (1999)
- Paul’s Gospel and Caesar’s Empire (2000)
- The Letter to the Galatians: Exegesis and Theology (2000)
- The Shape of Justification (2001)
- Coming Home to St Paul? Reading Romans a Hundred Years After Charles Gore (2002)
- Paul and Caesar: A New Reading of Romans (2002)
- Communion and Koinonia: Pauline Reflections on Tolerance and Boundaries (2002)
Part III, Durham
- New Perspectives on Paul (2003)
- Redemption from the New Perspective? Towards a Multi-layered Pauline Theology of the Cross (2004)
- Paul as Preacher: The Gospel Then and Now (2007)
- 4QMMT and Paul: Justification, ‘Works’ and Eschatology (2006)
- Reading Paul, Thinking Scripture: ‘Atonement’ as a Special Study (2007)
- Christ in You, the Hope of Glory’ (Colossians 1.27): Eschatology in St Paul (2008)
- Romans 9-11 and the ‘New Perspective’ (2009)
- Whence and Whither Pauline Studies in the Life of the Church? (2010)
- Justification: Yesterday, Today and For Ever (2010)
- Paul and Empire (2010)
Part IV, St Andrews
- Mind, Spirit, Soul and Body: All for One and One for All- Reflections on Paul’s Anthropology in His Complex Contexts (2011)
- Paul in Current Anglophone Scholarship (2012)
- Romans 2:17–3:9: A Hidden Clue to the Meaning of Romans? (2012)
- Messiahship in Galatians? (2012)
- Israel’s Scriptures in Paul’s Narrative Theology (2012)
- Paul and the Patriarch: The Role(s) of Abraham in Galatians and Romans (2013)
Wright, N.T. (1998). Reflecting the glory: Bible readings and reflections for every day in Lent. Oxford: The Bible Reading Fellowship.
Wright, N.T. (1998). The Scriptures, the cross and the power of God: reflections for Holy Week. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.
Wright, N.T. (2010). Virtue Reborn. London: SPCK.
Wright, N.T. (2013). The case for the Psalms: why they are essential. New York, NY: HarperOne.
Wright, N.T. (2018). Paul: a biography. New York, NY: HarperOne.
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