Study With NT Wright Online

Through the power of the internet and online learning you can now sit with Professor N.T. Wright, renowned biblical scholar and historian as he walks you through various books of the Bible. This is a cost efficient way to study the Bible with one of today’s top theologians.

 

What you get with each course:

  • Hours of on demand and in-depth teaching on the topic
  • Comprehension assessments
  • Articles to accompany each course
  • Some courses include supplemental resources
  • Work at your own pace curriculum
  • A certificate of completion
  • Lifetime access
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Below you will find links to each course, along with their cost, any required reading, and a brief description directly from the course page on udemy. Simply follow the link to learn more and get registered.

 

Simply Good News ($30)

This course is a short course based on Prof. N.T. Wright’s latest book, Simply Good News. Tom Wright will guide you through the chapters of his book through videos that suggest what some of the main points are. You will instantly get into the heart of the idea of ‘good news’ as it was understood by the 1st Century writers of the New Testament. You will be brought into their world in order to make more sense of what ‘good news’ means in our world.

 

Simply Jesus ($50)

In this course Simply Jesus, students will be immersed in the 1st Century A.D. context of the life, work, teachings, and actions of Jesus of Nazareth. The goal of the course is to look at the story of Jesus from the perspective of a historian. Too many times Jesus of Nazareth becomes interpreted as simply another ‘religious figure’ among many religious figures. But this so often eliminates the understanding of a man who lived in time and space at a critical time of history. This course is meant for all audiences. No previous theological study is required or expected. In this way it is meant to give a basic understanding of Jesus as a figure in history primarily.

 

Worldviews, The Bible, and The Believer ($100)

This course, taught by Professor N.T. Wright, is designed to take students into the realm of what a ‘worldview’ is. While most people think about ‘beliefs’ and ‘actions’, the real power behind each is the interplay that occurs within a person’s or society’s worldview. Understanding this worldview, particularly of the world of the New Testament, will assist students of the Bible in understanding what a New Testament text meant in its own context. Prof. Wright will describe the worldviews of the first century Romans, Jews, and Christians. He will then move through history to describe the Western worldview as a way of helping students discern where they fit and how to look at and through their own lenses in the 21st century. Prof. Wright will be joined by Prof. David Seemuth who will look at the U.S. worldview of the early 21st century as an outgrowth and reaction to the Western worldview that emerged from the Enlightenment period.

Paul and His Letter to the Romans (Part One) ($100)

Few writings in the history of the world have had the impact that Paul’s Epistle to the Romans has had in the past centuries. Prof. Wright will walk you through Paul’s Letter to the Romans. The course shines a bright spotlight on one of the most wonderful and challenging books in the New Testament. The powerful realities Paul expresses in his Epistle to the Romans have challenged men and women for nearly 2,000 years. People like St. Augustine, Martin Luther, John Calvin, and John Wesley were profoundly changed by embracing the essential elements found in this magnificent letter. Dig deep into the New Testament through studying this amazing and pivotal work from the pen of the Apostle Paul through detailed explanation with Prof. N.T. Wright.

Paul and His Letter to the Galatians ($100)

Paul and His Letter to the Galatians is intended to take you into an in-depth understanding of one of the New Testament’s most foundational writings. We will go section by section with lectures by Prof. N.T. Wright and a Q&A session with Prof. Wright and Prof. Seemuth. We will have reading assignments in the textbook: ‘Paul for Everyone: Galatians and Thessalonians’ by N.T. Wright (ISBN: 0664227856). We will also gather in guided discussions with other students so we can learn together through reflection and interaction about application of the material to life. You also will have opportunity to interact with Prof. Wright and Prof. Seemuth through the Discussion Forums. Quizzes have been developed to help test comprehension of both reading material and the video lectures.

 

Paul And His Letter To The Ephesians ($100)

iconThis course begins with the big picture of God’s ultimate intention of bringing forth the joining of ‘heaven’ and ‘earth’, reuniting what had been fractured long ago. Paul explains that, through the Messiah, God has brought together one new humanity. This new family of God will lead to a different way of thinking, speaking, and living. In addition, attention is given to the reality of the unseen world as it plays out in the lives of this New Family which lives in unity and holiness. Dig deep into the New Testament through studying this wonderful and practical epistle.

 

Paul and His Letter to the Philippians ($100)

The course is a reflection of how to think and live in light of the death and resurrection of King Jesus. The powerful realities of ‘unity’ and ‘holiness’ are combined through the proper way to think about the work of God in Christ. The central portion of the letter, Phil 2:6-11, provides the foundation for understanding the whole of the letter and Paul’s own way of life. Dig deep into the New Testament through studying this wonderful and practical epistle.icon

 

Paul and His Letter to Philemon (FREE)

The course compares two letters which address a nearly identical issue: what to do about a runaway servant. Prof. N.T. Wright unpacks Paul’s letter to Philemon, which addresses concerns about the ‘runaway’ named Onesimus. Prof. Wright then explains the situation and setting surrounding the letter of Pliny the Younger to Sabinianus about an unnamed runaway. The social structures endemic to Rome become visible and understandable in such a way to see how Paul’s new way of life was meant to confront social norms.

  • Required Reading: None