Thanks for posting this.
I listened to it this morning and it was quite good. I’ve always enjoyed Moo, and even where I disagree with him I find his approach and tone admirable.
I must say though, after hearing this lecture, he’s kind of teetering on the edge of a NPP take on Justification isn’t he?
Thats fine by me, I lean heavily in that direction, but from what I understood him to be arguing for, I think that if he spent a little more time nailing down the nuance of what Wright is saying about salvation and Justification he might end up going all the way, or at least ending up a lot closer than most of that crowd.
I think your right that he does seem to be moving in the direction of a NPP. I can understand his reluctance to step firmly within this camp (interestingly Wright , in his new book, also seems critical of using the term NPP to describe his thinking, making point to show how he differs from Sanders and Dunn) but his stress on future justification certainly puts him in a more Wrightian position. I think its is superb that a man of such high level of scholarship is able to say where he is, tentatively moving to. I wonder if Carson or Piper will join him…. I doubt it.
I have just recieved Wright’s new book and will post a review of some sorts on my blog in the next few days. I am half way through and impressed so far