John wants us to know that heaven and earth have met. This theme of heaven meeting earth grows and swells throughout John,
About N.T. WrightN.T. Wright is a prolific author for both academic and popular readers. He is author of Simply Jesus, Surprised by Hope, The Day the Revolution Began, Jesus and the Victory of God, and Paul and the Faithfulness of God. He is also the author of the For Everyone Series of New Testament Commentaries. He currently serves as Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Previously Wright served as Bishop of Durham, Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey, and Dean of Lichfield Cathedral. For twenty years he served as Professor of New Testament Studies at Cambridge, McGill, and Oxford Universities. He writes often for newspapers in England, including the Times, the Independent, and the Guardian. He has been interviewed numerous times by radio and television broadcasters on both sides of the Atlantic, including ABC, NBC, CNN, PBS, FOX, and NPR.
En archē ēn ho logos. John’s opening line must be one of the most famous initial sentences in all literature, ranking with
The following excerpt is from this week's Lenten Devotional. Sign up to get one every Wednesday. So we are ambassadors, speaking on
The following excerpt is from this week's Lenten Devotional. Sign up to get one every Wednesday. All the tax-collectors and sinners were
The following excerpt is from this week's Lenten Devotional. Sign up to get one every Wednesday. But now, quite apart from the