A Refutation of the N.T. Wright, the New Perspective on Paul, and the Federal Vision View of Galatians

N. T. Wright is a dangerous wolf whose influence has infected the church with several false doctrines.   One especially influential view held by Wright, and those within a movement he is part of called the “New Perspective on Paul,”  is that the focus of Galatians is not about personal salvation, but Jewish identity markers.  

The following by Brian Schwertley is a refutation of this view. Here Schwertley is particularly addressing the Federal Vision (Auburn Avenue theology), a heresy with much in common with  N.T. Wright’s theology:



Beware of N.T. Wright

R. C. Sproul explains the imputed righteousness of Christ, a fundamental aspect of the doctrine of justification which N.T. Wright denies

N.T. Wright is one of the major crazes within the church today. It is as if you cannot be around a group of Christians without at least one saying how much he loves reading N.T. Wright. Wright may very well have some good insights on some matters. But regardless of this, God’s people must be informed of some of Wright’s particular views about salvation, which are nothing short of lethal.