Tuesday, April 27, 2010

N.T. Wright going to St. Andrews Uni

In a surprise move, N.T. Wright will be leaving his position as Bishop of Durham and will be taking up a post as Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St. Andrews University in Scotland. See the reports at the Diocese of Durham website and St. Andrews Uni website.

7 comments:

BertR25596 said...

may the blessing be always with you!! ........................................

Marty Foord said...

Perhaps the Archbishop of Canterbury might follow suit?

Jason B. Hood said...

Isn't NTW really close to mandatory retirement?

Bruce J. Russell, Sr. said...

Finish you magnum opei

Tim Ricci said...

St. Andrews just went to the top of my PhD program wish list!!!!

王儿 said...

Good for Him! May God bless his work.

Jeremy said...

During the Wheaton Theology Conference, Wright was on a Chicago radio station where he hinted that his time as Bishop of Durham may be drawing to a close. Wright said that a person is only bishop for ten years or so. But if this means more time to write (even though the Bishop of Durham is normally an academic/publishing position), I think it is a great move.