New Testament scholar Tom Wright pulls out his guitar to sing Bob Dylan's 'When the ship comes in'.
NT Wright responds to Bart Ehrman's critique of the reliability of the Gospels and shares some of his experience interacting with the sceptical Bible scholar.
NT Wright responds to a question on whether the birth narratives in Matthew and Luke are historically reliable or a 'pious' fiction.
What does it mean to say that ‘Jesus died in our place’ on the cross? Tom Wright responds on how we should and shouldn’t view penal substitution.
A listener asks about William Lane Craig’s critique that “NT Wright has this very peculiar view that the son of man returned in AD 70 with the destruction of Jerusalem”.