Click here to have a listen to Wright's recent talk as part of Celebrating the Year of St Paul.
posted by Chris Tilling @ 12:25 AM
The list also includes lectures by Hays, Peterson and Witherington!
Sorry the link should have been this one "http://www.baylor.edu/truett/index.php?id=57369
Ooo, thanks Mark!
Chris,I enormously enjoyed the speech on Philemon! I recently dealt with the letter in the context of Roman law of slavery, and I think the legal/social context is really pointed out very well by Bishop Wright!
Hi David! Great to hear from you!Hope to see you soon
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I am New Testament Tutor for St Mellitus College and St Paul's Theological Centre, London. Less well known is that I am also the original writer of the now famous song “Beans, beans, good for your heart…”, and inventor of the “you must have fallen out of the stupid/ugly tree” repertoire of insults. I am the main proponent of the Human Faecal Matter for Brains Opening in chess (actually not what I wanted to call my brilliant and original opening Knight manoeuvre 1.Na3, 2.Nc1), and I also claim to have independently discovered the haiku™ poetry form (© Copyright Chris Tilling 2007) without any help from the Japs. My blog, Chrisendom, is primarily occupied with biblical and theological themes – especially those Apostle Paul shaped, but I try as best as I can to squeeze in a decent amount of inappropriate baloney on the way.
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