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The Annual Gore Lecture: The Faithfulness of God

Part of Westminster Abbey Institute's spring events season, Feeding the Soul

The faithfulness of God is a controlling theme of Paul's writings. Divine faithfulness, both to covenant and to creation, raises questions of considerable contemporary urgency: the new challenge to unity, a vision of ecological stewardship, the quest for holiness, and the renewal of mission, particularly in relation to social and political moods and structures. In these areas Paul cuts across the lines of fashionable thinking now, as he did in his own day: this lecture will explore the key current debates, and expound a fresh way of reading Paul.


The Right Reverend Professor NT Wright | talks


Date and Time:

4 March 2014 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



Westminster Abbey
The Chapter Office
020 7222 5152

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N. T. Wright has been Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews since 2010. Prior to that he was Bishop of Durham; before that, he was Canon Theologian at Westminster Abbey, having earlier taught New Testament Studies in Oxford, Cambridge and McGill Universities, and served as Dean of Lichfield (1994-1999). He is the author of over 60 books and has appeared frequently on radio and television. He holds ten honorary doctorates, and has lectured extensively around the world.

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