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Wright fills the gaps that years of misdirection have opened up in our collective spiritual story, tracing a narrative from Eden, to Jesus, to today. Wright's powerful re-reading of the Gospels helps us re-align the focus of our spiritual beliefs, which have for too long been focused on the afterlife.
Instead, How God Became King: The Forgotten Story of the Gospels shows us why we should understand that our real charge is to sustain and cooperating with God's kingdom here and now. Echoing the triumphs of Simply Christian and The Meaning of Jesus, Wright's How God Became King is required reading for any Christian searching to understand their mission in the world today.
Wright offers an opportunity to confront these powerful texts afresh, as if we are encountering them for the first time. How God Became King reveals the surprising, unexpected, and shocking news of the gospels: this is the story of a new king, a new kind of king, a king who has changed everything, and a king who invites us to be part of his new world.
Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
Simply Jesus: Who He Was, What He Did, Why It MattersN.T. WrightHarperCollins / 2011 / Hardcover$15.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews Video
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The King Jesus Gospel: The Original Good News RevisitedScot McKnightZondervan / 2011 / Hardcover$14.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews Video
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The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary TranslationN.T. WrightHarperOne / 2011 / Hardcover$17.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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N. T. Wright, one of the world’s leading Bible scholars, is the chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews, an Anglican bishop, and bestselling author. Featured on ABC News, The Colbert Report, Dateline, and Fresh Air, Wright is the award-winning author of Simply Good News, Simply Jesus, Simply Christian, Surprised by Hope, How God Became King, Scripture and the Authority of God, Surprised by Scripture, and The Case for the Psalms, as well as the recent translation of the New Testament The Kingdom New Testament and the much heralded series Christian Origins and the Question of God.
“Scholarly, accessible, insightful and challenging . . . an excellent and provocative book.”
“The prolific Christian apologist N.T. Wright… now devotes an entire volume, ‘How God Became King’ to this trendy subject. Wright’s insistence that Christianity has got it all wrong seems to mark a turning point for the serious rethinking of heaven.”
“We often read the beginning and the end of the Gospels without the large middle where the message of the kingdom rings loud and clear. I recommend to everyone who wants to understand the Gospels’ message in a way that will not only inform the intellect but also transform life.”
“Tom Wright continues to urge and prod and propose how the church can regain a kingdom footing and end its empire heritage. And, he shows us how we can reshape both what we think about Jesus and how we follow him in our world.”
“Wright is a scholar who writes as if the material he engages actually matters for the church and the world it lives in… and has again done the church a great favor in presenting the gospel story as the story of God and his kingdom on earth.”
Brian ChiltonNorth CarolinaAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Wright's Book Gives New...Old Insights on GospelsAugust 21, 2012Brian ChiltonNorth CarolinaAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Bishop N.T. Wright does a marvelous job in his book "How God Became King" showing how Jesus and the gospel writers (evangelists) were showing how God's kingdom was ushered into the physical sphere through Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. Wright gives new insights to the gospel story while keeping with orthodox principles. Wright shows that there should not be a "either/or" viewpoint when looking at salvation and social concerns; it should be "both/and." In showing this, Wright brings out some old viewpoints that may seem new to the modern Christian. I highly recommend this book for any Christian but especially for Christian leaders and pastors.