Project Description

How did early Christians think about Jesus and God’s actions through Him? According to Biblical scholar N.T. Wright, the Gospel of John gives us an intriguing and inspiring look at their attitudes, beliefs, and hopes for the “new creation” as personified in Jesus. Explore these themes and more in this free eBook from N.T. Wright.


What you’ll gain from this eBook:

  • Insights into the Gospel of John and the New Testament theology of atonement
  • Inspiration to incorporate Christ’s teachings into your daily life
  • A deeper understanding of early Christian attitudes and beliefs

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Renew Your Mind with These Courses:

The course Themes in the Gospel of John explores the cultural and historical background of our era to help us apply the Gospel of John to today’s world
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In Paul and His Letter to the Colossians, Prof. Wright explores this small but powerful letter to highlight the supremacy of Christ, and then further describe how to live in the light of this glorious truth.
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Paul and His Letter to the Ephesians digs deep into Paul’s explanation that, through the Messiah, God has brought together one new humanity that will lead to a different way of thinking, speaking, and living.
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Paul and His Letter to the Galatians takes you through an in-depth understanding of one of the New Testament’s most foundational writings, with the hope of helping you become transformed by the renewing of the mind.
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About N. T. Wright

Prof. N.T. Wright is the author of Simply Jesus, Surprised by Hope, The Day the Revolution Began, and other books, as well as the For Everyone Series of New Testament Commentaries. He has also contributed to newspapers in England such as the Times, the Independent, and the Guardian, and has been interviewed on numerous TV and radio networks, including ABC, NBC, CNN, PBS, FOX, and NPR.

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. Over the past twenty years he served as Professor of New Testament Studies at Cambridge, McGill, and Oxford Universities.


N.T. Wright Online is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Center for Christian Study and Professor N.T. Wright of St. Andrews University, Scotland. Together, we’ve developed a series of video courses hosted by N.T. Wright that explore the wisdom contained in New Testament scripture, and how to apply that wisdom to your everyday life. For more information, visit us at ntwrightonline.org.