N.T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God Available Soon on Logos

In what will surely be the biggest publishing event in biblical studies in 2013, volume 4 of N.T. Wright’s Christian Origins and the Question of God series will be released sometime this year. It will be published in three parts with Paul and the Faithfulness of God comprising the main work, plus a history of Pauline Research in Paul and His Recent Interpreters, and also a collection of Wright’s Paul essays called Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul 1978-2012.

Wright’s PFG is epic and will live up to the hype. It has a 100 pages just devoted to Paul and Election! Wright’s story-telling about Paul is as mezmerizing and thrilling as watching a jet fighter doing aerial acrobatics with his daring  exploration of texts, history, worldviews, and theology all at once.

Also, you can pre-order the whole thing from Logos for less than $100! (Which I think is about $1.99 in AusD according to recent exchange rates).

  • http://www.facebook.com/mick.pope Mick Pope

    No pre-order yet on Book Depository or Amazon in US or UK :(

  • Daniel Fiester

    Any news about when it comes out in print?

  • Deane

    “What will surely be the biggest publishing event in biblical studies in 2013″, you say? But surely only until Craig Keener writes a review of it.

  • http://twitter.com/scotmcknight scotmcknight 

    Mick… Tom told me this Fall.

  • Allen Browne

    I’m in; definitely worth signing up for. But don’t expect to use them on an article you’re working on at present. The earlier 3-volume set of Wright’s “Christian Origins and the Question of God” series were in pre-pub on for 10 months (Jun ’09 – Apr ’10) before Logos released them (though that was long after they were in print.)

  • http://covenantoflove.net/ Derek Ouellette

    Thanks for sharing this. But news.

  • http://twitter.com/tcrobinson TC ROBINSON

    Yes, epic indeed.

  • http://twitter.com/samfromaustin Sam Harper

    It’s about time. I’ve been waiting for this for years. I was worried Wright would die before he finished it.

  • Wes Baker

    Hopefully he will only take a year in debating and responding to the reviews so that he can get on with the forthcoming work on the Gospels.


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