Denying Christ

ntwrightRachel Miller has done an outstanding job examining the deficient Christology of N. T. Wright. A very thorough study and highly recommended.

I can only hope the love affair some self-styled Reformed folks have had with this transparent charlatan is coming to an end and people are finally seeing him for what he is. Rachel Miller has and proves that at least some people aren’t fooled by religious garb and British accents.

You can read Rachel’s article here.

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5 Comments on “Denying Christ”

  1. Steve M Says:

    Sean
    I concur with your description of Wright as a “transparent charlatan”. Unfortunately, I think far too few people are seeing him for what he is. Nice work Rachel.

  2. justbybelief Says:

    Wow! Is that him speaking in G.R.usalem?

    @ Cavin College no less?

  3. Scott Says:

    And he still calls himself a Trinitarian?
    Jesus didn’t think that he was God, yet he was God? God the Son had a little case of divine amnesia? Oh, please. I think our savior had a thing or two to say about people who would not let their “yes mean yes and their no mean no” (Matt 5:37).

  4. LJ Says:

    From the article: Wright’s sacerdotalism and Anglo-Catholic ecclesiology confuse his conscience and perhaps his reading of relativel simple texts according to his previously established presuppositions about the nature of Justice and the ways of God. We can’t come to God and tell him what kind of a God he should be.


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