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"This wide-ranging whirlwind-tour account of Scripture channeling God's authority, with its tweaking of distortions back into shape and its first-class approach to Bible study, is masterly throughout."--J. I Packer, Professor of Theology, Regent College
"Wright appeals to the reader to take another look at the Bible, not as an isolated phenomenon--a veritable rule book similarly applicable at all times and in all places--but rather as a book better placed within both the contemporary cultural context and as part of a larger tradition of interpretation."--Explorefaith.org
"Wright is a provocative theologian... there is so much here that you will wish that it were longer-- but its brevity makes for easy reading and it certainly deserves to be read."--Church of England Newspaper
"Scripture and the Authority of God is a fabulous book. With characteristic verve and occasionally pungent grace... Scripture and the Authority of God could be the beginning of a more faithful listening, as well as sustaining more fruitful conversation about the nature of biblical interpretation."--Books&Culture
"The best book of its kind available."--The Christian Century
"The whole book gives further cause for gratitude for God's gift of Wright to his Church."--ANVIL
"In a fashion that is both old fashioned and new fangled at the same time Bishop Wright takes us through a sane and helpful study of what it means to treat the Bible as the authoritative Word of God. Highly Recommended!"--Ben Witherington, author of The Brother of Jesus
"N. T. Wright opens for us a path beyond of the paralyzing polarization of "liberal" and "conservative."--Brian McLaren, author of A New Kind of Christian
"Wright offers sensible insights on the transforming power of God, very necessary in these times of skepticism and confusion."--Publishers Weekly
"[P]robing, provocative, insightful...This is a book of uncommon wisdom for all who read and love the Bible."--Timothy George, Dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University and Executive Editor of Christianity Today
In a revised and expanded version of the author's book The Last Word, a leading biblical scholar shows how both evangelicals and liberals misread scripture and reveals a new way to understand God and the Bible. 20,000 first printing.
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