In an earlier article the work of some of the key contributors to the debate about the historical Jesus in the last 20 years was noted. This present article now focuses exclusively on the work of N.T.Wright. Wright's work is a breath-taking, magisterial accomplishment, grounded in a careful historical reasoning and deeply rich in theological consequences. He has established a new paradigm for the debate and no work in this field hereafter will be able to by-pass his work. Wright has convinced many that the historian's Jesus is not inherently inimical to the Jesus confessed in the creeds and worshipped in the church today.
Source: Anvil, 2002. 9 pages.