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Take a Class with N.T. Wright

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N.T. Wright is one of the most—if not the most—well-known New Testament scholars alive today. His writings on justification have spurred much debate, and he’s been named by Christianity Today as one of the top theologians of our time. Formerly the Bishop of Durham, Wright now teaches at the internationally esteemed University of St. Andrew’s.

His academic work has usually been published under the name “N. T. Wright,” but works such as What St. Paul Really Said and Simply Christian, aimed at a more popular readership, were published under the less formal name of “Tom Wright.”

Here’s a trailer for N. T. Wright’s course on Galatians. He also has courses on Ephesians, Philippians, and Acts.


In addition to these courses, you can stock up on dozens of his most-loved books.

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  • With ALL due respect for your wonderful efforts at creating Logos, does everything have to have a sales agenda associated with it? There are days this feels far more like a business than a resource :) In this case, there isn’t even a link to his course’s location so it feels like click-bait! Just sayin’

    I know that you have to make money to be able to improve and innovate (I work in IT as well BTW), but take for example the Faithlife Study Bible — you can’t get through the notes without being directed to a resource you probably don’t have, and I say that as a Silver owner.

    I don’t mean to come off sounding bitter or harsh, but the primary goal of the Gospel is to share the good news which is why I assume this whole thing started, isn’t it? All I’m saying is maybe dial it back a bit and if you’re going to say NT Wright (or anyone else for that matter) is offering something of value for free — maybe include how to get to that offering?

    • Hi Stephen,

      Thank you for your comment. We value feedback like this, as it helps us communicate better. Our goal is to share resources with customers we think they’d be glad to know about and that will help them study and teach the Bible, whether free or for a cost.

      But to your broader comment, yes, our goal is to help Christians grow and share the gospel. We often give away resources to this end, such as the Lexham Bible Dictionary and the free book of the month.

      In this case Dr. Wright’s courses are not free, though they are on sale. You can click the text links in the middle and end of the post to browse the courses. (They are online courses, not in-person ones. Perhaps that’s what you meant by course location.)

      I apologize for any miscommunication, and again, thank you for your feedback—it helps be clearer about what we say, and encourages us to float more free resources your way.


      • Thanks for the reply Matthew. I realize now that I was confused because Crossway had sent me a link to a free NT Wright course online a few days ago and I assumed that the link within my Logos app was for that same thing. Mea culpa.

        I do realize that you have many free resources and I do make use of them. In today’s hard sell world, it’s easy enough to become jaded about sales pitches, so perhaps that is why I spoke out. Even in such a world, it is good to remember that not everyone in the world subscribes to the principals of sales at all costs. Thanks.

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