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World-renowned New Testament scholar N.T. Wright is back! He’s written an entire book about the 8th chapter of Romans, and he talks to Skye about how this chapter and its themes—including glorification and even salvation—are widely misunderstood. Also this week—How over-simplifying the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict can lead to bad takes about the war in Gaza, including the justification of terrorism and atrocities. David French has a new article explaining why devotion to Trump won’t break among some Christians, leading Kaitlyn and Skye to debate the roles of reason and emotion in politics. And Phil refuses to talk about a bear that stole a frozen lasagna

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NT Wright Debrief with Glenn Packiam


0:00 - Intro


1:29 - Show starts


1:56 - Theme Song


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3:31 - Show resumes


7:38 - Latest thoughts on the Israel and Hamas War


32:04 - Advice on how to think about the conflict


38:49 - Why the Trump Fever won’t break

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57:46 - Interview Intro


1:02:42 - The Gospel according to Paul


1:16:52 - Lament


1:25:44 - Romans 8:28


1:38:15 - End Credits

Links mentioned in news segment:


Conflict in Israel and Palestine: Crash Course World History


The Israel-Palestine conflict: a brief, simple history


The Progressives Who Flunked the Hamas Test


Opinion | One Reason the Trump Fever Won’t Break

Other resources:


Into the Heart of Romans: A Deep Dive into Paul's Greatest Letter by NT Wright


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