nt wright at harvard

January 12, 2009 | 2 Comments

In November, N.T. Wright gave a series of talks at the Harvard University Graduate Student Christian Fellowship entitled Reconstructing Hope. Here’s a link to each talk:

I appreciated the content of the lectures, but what made it worth my time (and yours) the Q&A that followed each. The questions were varied and thoughtful, as were Wright’s responses. My own Christian theology has been shaped heavily by Wright, so it is intriguing to hear how his ideas are engaged by thoughtful students at Harvard. A few times, it seemed as if he stepped around some questions, but it was a matter of reframing questions that were posed from a different understanding of Christian perspective than what he holds.

  • Thanks for sharing. I love me some NT Wright!
    So what does it take to get back on your blogroll? I think I’ve proven to stick with it this time around 🙂

  • Thanks for posting this. I am a Wright fan and appreciate any chance I get to hear him. cheers,