NT Wright on Romans, ‘Simply Christian’, and more

Steve Hayhow (thanks Steve) has linked to three talks on Romans by NT Wright. Also, I’ve been listening to Wright’s talks on his latest book Simply Christian. As on any topic, Wright is well worth listening too. These can all be downloaded here.

On Romans:
God’s Gospel, God’s Son, God’s Righteousness (30.1MB MP3)
New Exodus, New Creation, New Humanity (27.8MB MP3)
‘All Israel’ and the Church’s Task (29.9MB MP3)

On Simply Christian:
Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense, Part 1 of 2 (68 MB MP3)
Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense, Part 2 of 2 (38 MB MP3)

There’s also a stack more available from NT Wright’s page which I list here:

InterVarsity Press Conference, January 1999:
Jesus and the Kingdom (8.5MB MP3)
Jesus and the Cross (8.2MB MP3)
Jesus and God (10.4MB MP3)
Jesus and the World’s True Light (9.8MB MP3)

Calvin College, January 2007:
Simply Christian
Space, Time and Sacraments

The Memorial Church of Harvard University, October 2006:
2006 William Belden Noble Lectures

KFUO Radio Interview: Issues, Etc.
The Problem of Evil (9MB MP3)

KFUO Radio Interview: Issues, Etc.
Direct Link (49MB MP3)

Nashotah House, May 2006:
Commencement Address (MP3)

Washington National Cathedral video, May 2006:
Simply Christian

City Church, May 2006:
Open Forum with N.T. Wright

Grace Cathedral, May 2006:
N.T. Wright and Anne Rice: Writing Our Way to God

SHAC Celebration Service, March 2006:
The Power of God vs the Powers of the World (4.6MB MP3)

St Barnabas Anglican Church, March 2006:
Sermon on Worship (4.75MB MP3)

Durham New Testament Seminar, October 2005:
Jesus (7.5MB MP3)
Paul (7MB MP3)
November 2005: Further Thoughts on Romans 10 (10.8MB MP3)

Seattle Pacific University, May 2005: The Bible and Christian Imagination

Pepperdine University, January 2005:
The Challenge of Following Jesus in the 21st Century:
Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3

Open Source Theology, September 2004:
Future of the People of God talks

Calvin College, January 2003:
St. Paul in the Big Picture

Baylor Chapel, October 2002: Lecture on Evil

Calvin College, January 2002:
Freedom and Framework, Spirit and Truth: Recovering Biblical Worship

Yale University, 1996. The Veritas Forum:
The Jesus of Myth and History (28MB MP3)
So What? (20MB MP3)

BBC Radio interview

BBC Radio 3 Interview, Transcript

Jerry Bowyer interview: N.T. Wright and New Insights on Paul (11.4MB MP3)

9 thoughts on “NT Wright on Romans, ‘Simply Christian’, and more

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  3. I am trying to listen to

    European Leaders’ Conference, February 2006:
    Jesus, The Cross and the Power of God (11.2MB MP3)
    Jesus and the Kingdom of God (7.55MB MP3)

    The audio cuts off after a few seconds. If you could redirect me to another link, I would be so grateful!!!

    Thank You
    Susan Yeoman


  4. Susan, thanks for letting me know of this broken link. Unfortunately, I don’t know where you might now be able access the talks from. I happen to have a copy of the first of the two MP3s which I will email you.


  5. Jason, I wonder if you still have the two MP3s you mentioned in your comment above. I have been trying to find the “Jesus and the Kingdom of God” audio everywhere and the only link I identified is not working. We have been reflecting on this theme at our home church and I would love to listen to Bishop Wright’s view on this subject. Thank you. Alfredo.


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