A New Vision of Who He Was, What He Did, and Why He Matters
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"Tom Wright is, as always, brilliant at distilling immense scholarship into vivid, clear and accessible form. This book is yet another of his great gifts to the worldwide church."--Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury "When today's leading New Testament theologian has something new to say about anything, readers pay attention. In his latest work, he again exhibits his gift for making in-depth scholarship vivid and accessible."--Kimberly Mauck, The Christian Chronicle "N. T. Wright's introduction to Jesus is erudite (and yet also entertaining), and decidedly thought-provoking. Somewhat to my surprise, I felt that, in reading Simply Jesus, I was really coming to know Jesus better; reading Simply Jesus, I actually felt Him near."--Lauren F. Winner, author of Still: Notes on a Mid-Faith Crisis When today's leading New Testament theologian has something new to say about anything, readers pay attention. In his latest work, he again exhibits his gift for making in-depth scholarship vivid and accessible.--Kimberly Mauck, The Christian Chronicle "Wright patiently explains the world views that Jesus stepped into, how his parables point to his mission, and, finally, what this truth means in today's world. Wright's direct style, reminiscent of C. S. Lewis' writings, invites readers in but allows for internal argument."--Booklist (starred review) "Tom Wright has a fresh way of presenting the story of Jesus, the one and only Savior and Lord of the four canonical Gospels. This book retrieves Jesus from the margins of contemporary ideologies and places him once again at the heart of biblical faith. A compelling read!"--Timothy George, founding dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, general editor of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture "No one living today is writing more thoughtfully and compellingly about Christian theology than N.T. Wright. With Simply Jesus, he takes readers on an illuminating intellectual expedition to recover the Christian Messiah. If you have not read Wright, start now, and start with this book."--Jon Meacham, author of American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House
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