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Tonight's Academy Lecture -- New Perspectives on Paul (Part V)

KR%20lecturing.JPGFor those of you in the So Cal area, the Academy is back tonight!  I'm finishing up my series on the New Perspectives on Paul (the previous lectures in this series can be found here--Click here: Christ Reformed Info - MP3's and Real Audio (of Academy Lectures)

Tonight's lecture is entitled "Wright's Perspective on Paul:  An Introduction to N. T. Wright's Approach to Paul."  For more information, Click here: Christ Reformed Info - Schedule of Academy Classes and Author's Forums

Text books for this series include:  Cornel Venema's two books (which we used for the previous set of lectures);  Getting the Gospel Right (Banner) and The Gospel of Free Acceptance in Christ (Banner).  We will also use two recent books:   Michael Horton,  Covenant and Salvation:  Union With Christ (Westminster John Knox Press, 2007); and John Piper, The Future of Justification:  A Response to N. T. Wright (Crossway, 2007).

The lecture begin @ 7:30 PM.  Academy lectures are free of charge and are followed by a time for discussion and refreshments.  It would be great to meet you!

Reader Comments (2)

It would be great if you could podcast these academy lectures! From what I know, it's pretty simple to set up a podcast account with itunes, and then your listening base will multiply as well.

Or, I will at least be able to download and listen to them (because for some odd reason I can't download them anymore).
Just a thought.
January 14, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterGregory
That's a good idea Greg.

Didn't Ken Samples give some lectures recently - are they available. Or did I get that wrong?
January 15, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMike

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