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Why I Still Have My Headcovering

Sometimes, when my husband, Gary, and I are speaking together at a seminar or conference, he will introduce himself as, ‘Mr. Jennifer Loop’, which always gets a chuckle from the audience. It is fitting because he used to be a former professional stand-up comedian, and even after twenty years of marriage, this bit still makes The post Why I Still…

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How Scholarships Work at N.T. Wright Online

One of our main goals at Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies is to make the teachings of Prof. N.T. Wright accessible globally. Our vision is to bring the Word to the world through the ministry of N.T. Wright Online. A lot of work goes into this process of creating and producing courses. You may not The post How Scholarships Work…

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Expanding the Tent

Emily, the daughter of a friend of mine, recently told her father, ‘Daddy, you have bushy eyebrows and grey hair in your beard’. Now, that may not sound very profound, but Emily is 10 years old and had never ‘seen’ her father in that way. Her father and mother have been around all her life, The post Expanding the Tent…

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“An Amazing Gift to the Body of Christ”

We recently spoke with Angela, an N.T. Wright Online student who uses our courses in a virtual study group. In this video, Angela describes why she finds these courses important, especially in her desire to be a disciple of Jesus. You can hear more from Angela and other students during our Virtual Fundraiser, November 14th. The post “An Amazing Gift…

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What do we know about the author of Mark?

Prof. Wright explains that, when approaching the Gospels, the most important thing is the text. However, in this clip, Prof. Wright walks students through the tradition that attributes the shortest gospel to Mark, and by extension, Peter.   The Gospel of Mark is now open for enrollment by clicking THIS LINK. The post What do we know about the author…

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How Isaiah Shapes the Parable of the Sower

Are you reading the Gospels in light of the Prophets and other texts that Jesus read? In this clip, you’ll discover a helpful insight to Mark 4. Prof. Wright unpacks the relationship of this key passage to the prophet Isaiah, shedding light on its meaning and Jesus’s vocation. N.T. Wright’s new course Gospel of Mark The post How Isaiah Shapes…

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Gospel of Mark: Behind the Scenes with N.T. Wright

We are excited to announce Prof. N.T. Wright’s newest course on the ‘Gospel of Mark’! In anticipation of its release, we want to give you a behind the scenes look at filming and producing our first course dedicated to an exegetical study of a Gospel. One of the core values of our organisation is to The post Gospel of Mark:…

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Follow N.T. Wright Online on Instagram!

You can now follow @ntwrightonline on Instagram for exclusive content from Professor N.T. Wright! Here at N.T. Wright Online our goal is to help renew and transform minds by bringing the biblical teaching of world-renowned scholar N.T. Wright to your screen, wherever you are. We do this primarily through our courses on Udemy, but we know The post Follow N.T. Wright…

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Want to Understand Mark? Start in the Psalms.

It has been said that the Psalter is the prayer book of the Bible, as well as its songbook. In Prof. N.T. Wright’s course ‘Selections from the Psalms’ you are invited into worshipful study of the songs and prayers that shaped many of Jesus’s own teachings and prayers.  You might wonder how, or even why, The post Want to Understand…

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Why the ‘Kingdom Living’ Certification Matters

The following is an interview with Nicholas Booth, Pastor of Romain Park Christian Center in Tasmania, Australia and a recipient of our Kingdom Living Certification. 1. Approximately how long did it take you to complete the Kingdom Living Certification? Generally, a subject will take me about 2 to 3 months at the rate of one lecture per week. The post Why the ‘Kingdom…

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N.T. Wright on Psalms, Devotional Life and Worship Music

We’re pleased to announce that our new course Selections From Psalms: Part One is now available. As we’ve been putting this course together, I’ve had a few opportunities recently to talk with Prof. Wright about ideas like prayer, the Psalms, music, and how it all relates to our life as the Church. Below are some excerpts The post N.T. Wright on…

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Psalms: Aiding Christian Worship for Over a Millennium

By way of introduction, I am a student with Jennifer Loop at Durham University in England. We are both working towards Doctorates in Theology and Ministry although in very different subject areas, and I am nearly 30 years older than Jennifer!! Through Jennifer I have come to learn about N.T. Wright Online and the wider The post Psalms: Aiding Christian…

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Three Ways to Engage with ‘Selections from the Psalms’

For many, the Psalter shapes a regular rhythm of daily Bible reading, prayer, or theological reflection. Others may study the linguistic and literary structures of Hebrew poetry or search the various types of psalms for common themes.  Some may find studying the psalms as a bit of a mystery. Recent scholarship lends clarity by suggesting The post Three Ways to…

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Dr. John Walton on What “Rest” Really Means [Video]

When I recently had the chance to interview John Walton, an Old Testament scholar whose work Prof. Wright references in our course Book of Genesis, I asked him: “What is something we get wrong because we don’t understand the language and culture Genesis comes from?” In this video, Dr. Walton shared something I’d never heard The post Dr. John Walton…

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