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Sep 06, 2007


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It's good to know some things I've learned have stuck! I first encountered Wright's diagram in his 1983 book "Living as the People of God." I think his work is very helpful

Michael W. Kruse

I didn't realize he had used this before. Like the saying goes, a picture says a 1,000 words.

Dana Ames

In this his thought would be consonant with "the other" Wright, and his missional conclusions as well. This heartens me, as I understand their theological backgrounds would not necessarily overlap.


Michael W. Kruse

Two men from different perspectives and yet isn't it amazing that both of them are always Wright?


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