In November of 2022, theologian N.T. Wright gave a series of lectures for the Centennial Celebration of Asbury Theological Seminary. In this response from Asbury Theological Seminary’s Howard Snyder, the implications of Wright’s lectures are explored and expanded. In particular, Snyder explores the meaning of Scriptural Theology as opposed to Systematic Theology. He explores how Systematic Theology came to be the dominant way of reading scripture, and then proposes ten principles for doing theology rooted in scripture instead of any human system.
Snyder, Howard A.
"If N. T. Wright is Right, How Then Shall We Do Theology?,"
The Asbury Theological Journal:
1, p. 9-24.
Available at: https://place.asburyseminary.edu/asburyjournal/vol78/iss1/3
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