The above video contains a recent moderated radio discussion between James White and N.T. Wright concerning the Scriptural doctrine of justification. As always, James White does a good job of being fair and direct — and above all Scriptural — in discussing this important issue, which is at the heart of the debate over the so-called New Perspective on Paul.
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I am currently serving as the primary teaching elder of Immanuel Baptist Church in Bloomington, Illinois, where I have been since 1993. My fellow-elders are George Drye, Brent Flint, and Ben Murphy, each of whom also resides in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. Together, by the grace of God, we make up one pretty good pastor! I received my B.A. in Biblical Studies from Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University) in Columbia, South Carolina. And I received my M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. And, by the way, my last name has a silent 'h' and is pronounced 'troop.' View all posts by Keith Throop
4 thoughts on “James White Interacts With N.T. Wright on Justification”
James White did a good job, I great job!
Yes, he is a model for how to engage in proper debate or discussion when defending the truth of the Gospel. He is an outstanding apologist for the faith. But he is also an outstanding theologian, and I am hoping he will one day write a Reformed Baptist systematic theology text. I have started a petition to encourage him to do so here:
He spent two Dividing Lines talking about his interaction and New Paul Perspectives in general: http://confessingbaptist.com/n-t-wright-recent-interactions-from-reformed-baptist/
Thanks for the heads up, Jason.