Is there anything Tom Wright CAN’T do?! N.T. Wright sings Bob Dylan 10 Thursday May 2012 Posted by The Dunedin School in Academics, Biblical Studies, Music ≈ 3 Comments TagsBob Dylan, dope shit, N.T. Wright, Robert Gagnon, Tom Wright, When The Ship Comes In On 7 May 2012, freewheelin’ New Testament scholar N.T. (Tom) Wright treated his adoring fans to a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “When the Ship Comes In”: Perhaps Tom Wright was inspired by Robert Gagnon’s rap of the New Testament book of Romans (17 May 2010)? AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
I love it how many evangelical scholars are turning to alternative mediums to communicate their academic arguments. Tom using song, Gagnon using rap, and Mike Bird using pastoral stories. Very po-mo indeed!
B L Zebub said:
Jebus, behind your modernist post-Enlightenment cynicism I hear the unmistakeable vestiges of a Cartesian inflection of Epicureanism. And that can’t be good.
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