N.T. Wright’s doctrinal relationship with men like E.P. Sanders, and others within the NPP movement, is a complex one. Wright’s frequent citations of Sanders, for example, reveals this. Some of these citations come in the form of criticisms, while most others come in the form of partial or full praise. In the end, Wright stands within the proximity of the NPP movement as one who is advancing the movement more deeply into the realm of doctrinal eccuminism. But these associations provide several challenges to Wright himself, and within this section I address Wright’s attempt to distinguish himself from the rest of the NPP community.
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