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By protecting NT texts so thoroughly from eisegesis, his presentation of the gospel has sometimes been framed in a way that eclipses the significance of the good news for me.

This kind of strikes me as begging the question, first of all.
But I’m not sure that Wright (or Andrew, or the NPP generally), leaves the gospel without significance for us. How could it, when we live in its aftermath? Why can’t the significance be — most basically — that we live with and under God’s grace, and can/should learn to live in love, in accord with that reality, as one body, and as a witness to the world that the same grace is open to them?

I don’t see the practical significance working out much differently on either paradigm, honestly.

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