Kings, Creeds, Canon: Musing on Wright’s “How God Became King”

Over at The Twelve blog, I’ve just put up a post that critically engages N.T. Wright’s argument in How God Became King. In some ways, it’s a response not only to his published argument but also some face-to-face encounters we’ve had over the past few months. It’s not comprehensive, but perhaps registers a point of concern that’s worth discussing.

One could read this as growing out of the new chapters I’ve included in the second edition of The Fall of Interpretation: Philosophical Foundations for a Creational Hermeneutic, which reframes my argument as an “ecclesial” hermeneutic, in dialogue with the theological interpretation of Scripture.