Renowned Bible scholar, Anglican bishop and best selling author (Simply Christian, Surprised by Hope) N.T. Wright thinks the church has reduced and distorted the central story at the heart of the Christian faith: the death of Jesus on the cross. He argues that the New Testament writers were talking about something bigger, more dangerous, and altogether more explosive than we imagined. They were inviting us to join a revolution, one that began on a Friday afternoon on a hill outside Jerusalem.
"N.T. Wright is the most prolific biblical scholar in a generation. Some say he is the most important apologist since C.S. Lewis ... Perhaps the most significant praise of all: when Wright speaks, preaches or writes, folks say they see Jesus and lives are transformed." Christianity Today.
Title: The Day the Revolution Began Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus's Crucifixion
Author: N.T. Wright
Publisher: Harper One 2016