„Wright on the Resurrection“, in: Scottish Journal of Theology 60 (2007), 458-475.

In the following I will join the ranks of those in the academy, the church and beyond who have welcomed and praised this book. I will, however, challenge Tom Wright to reconsider the capstone of his cathedral. This capstone is an understanding of the bodily resurrection – grasped in such terms as “alive again,” “robustly physical” – which is next to impossible to distinguish from a mere resuscitation.