About this Event How can a church overcome deep divisions? How can you face persecution and become more resilient? How do Christian leaders ‘lead’ in the face of opposition from within their own congregations? These difficult questions were present for the church in Corinth, and they’re still with us today! In this first-ever livestreamed course […]
The Death of George Floyd 10 June 2020 “I Cannot Breathe”by Oyin Oladipo This poem, by Oyin Olipado, an ordinand here at Wycliffe Hall – and, of course, the events, attitudes, history and pain that prompted it – challenge us at a profound level. The death of George Floyd has shocked and appalled us, but […]
Friends – as across the world we find our own ways of commemorating the most solemn day of the Christian calendar, let me commend a wonderful project which Maggie and I have just been watching. The ‘Oxford Bach Soloists’ were going to be performing Bach’s St John Passion; but because of the enforced lockdown and […]
The Early Christians and the Mission of God The Michael Green Memorial Lecture December 9 2019 St Aldate’s Church, Oxford By the Right Reverend Professor N T Wright, DD FRSE St Mary’s College, St Andrews, and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford Introduction I am honoured by the invitation to give this lecture in grateful and happy memory […]
Grace Changes Everything: The Way We Boast | October 27, 2019 (11AM) from Central Presbyterian Church on Vimeo.
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Lecture 1: The Bible’s Challenge to Today’s World: How does the Bible Speak Truth to Power and Money Today Lecture 2: ‘Living in God’s Moment: Becoming Truly Human in a Demanding World Lecture 3: Rethinking Heaven, Hell and the New Creation
Few Christians realize what “resurrection” meant in the first-century world where early Christianity was born. It meant nothing short of “new creation” — the reaffirmation, by the creator God, of the goodness of the original creation, starting with the crucified body of Jesus Himself. Once we grasp this, we see that many lines of thought […]
Premier Christian Radio has launched a new Ask NT Wright Anything podcast.
The 2018 Gifford Lectures are now available on YouTube. The overall title is Discerning the Dawn: History, Eschatology and New Creation. Lecture 1 The Fallen Shrine: Lisbon 1755 and the Triumph of Epicureanism Lecture 2 The Questioned Book: Critical Scholarship and the Gospels Lecture 3 The Shifting Sand: The Meanings of ‘History’ Lecture 4 The End of […]
Logos Bible Software has a Mobile Ed course on Perspectives on Eschatology: Five Views on the Millennium. The course includes contributions from N.T. Wright, Darrell Bock, Douglas Moo, Sam Storms, and Peter Leithart. For more information, see the product page on logos.com. Eschatology, the study of end times, is one of the most debated subjects […]
InterVarsity Press Conference, January 1999: Jesus and the World’s True Light (MP3 9.8 MB)
InterVarsity Press Conference, January 1999: Jesus and the Kingdom (MP3 8.5 MB)
InterVarsity Press Conference, January 1999: Jesus and God (MP3 10.4 MB)
InterVarsity Press Conference, January 1999: Jesus and the Cross (MP3 8.2 MB)
Heriot-Watt University Chaplaincy Annual Public Lecture: Speaking of God in a Confused World (MP3 79.7 MB)
Tom Wright speaking at Pepperdine University on “Cruciformed: Living in Light of the Jesus Story” Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3
Durham New Testament Seminar, October 2005: Paul (7MB MP3)
Durham New Testament Seminar, October 2005: Jesus (7.5MB MP3)
Christian Aid Act Justly Conference, March 2007: Putting the World to Rights (16MB MP3)
Fortress Press has a two part interview with Tom Wright on Paul and His Recent Interpreters
Tom Wright speaks at Google on “Simply Good News”
Here are three 30-minute videos that will allow you to bring N. T. Wright directly to the students in your classroom. To assist your students, each video is accompanied by a discussion guide. To view the videos, visit Fortress Press.
Who Founded Christianity: Jesus or Paul? (Farsi, PDF 54 KB)