N.T.Wright | – JERUSALEM VS ANTIOCH – Biblical Study

Discover concrete actions you can take to live out the fullness of being in the image of God, and become an agent for positive change in a broken society.

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We are all engaged in some kind of work, whether it comes with a paycheck or not. Regardless of the kind of work you do, from bussing tables, to taking care of your home and family, to managing a business, chances are you want to find meaning in your endeavors.

In this intriguing online course, Professor N.T. Wright examines a series of Biblical texts that discuss how Christians should consider the work they do.

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• Anyone interested in creating a more meaningful life through Biblical wisdom
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• A recent translation of the Bible
• A curious mind

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• Inspiration and practical tips for living the lifestyle of a true believer in Christ
• Online lectures by N.T. Wright
• Interactive quizzes
• Discussions with others on the same path
• Communication with Prof. Seemuth
• Textbook readings


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N.T. Wright Online N.T. Wright Online (ntwrightonline.org) develops online courses featuring Prof. N.T. Wright of St. Andrews University, Scotland. The courses contain video lecture material, written material to augment the videos, textbook recommendations, assessment tools, and discussion sections so you can dialogue on-line with fellow students from around the world. This will help us to “be transformed by the renewing of the mind.” Start your free course at http://ntwrightonline.org/portfolio-items/philemon/ N.T. Wright Online

Comment (1)

  1. Mr Wright there was a dificult age of transition on the first century between the end of the Mosaic covenant and the valid new covenant.
    And this transition came with power when the prophecy of the destruction of the temple became reality.
    And the apostle Peter was still addicted to that covenant of the Sinai mountain, or at least he had not fully understood what the new covenant meant.