In advance of the publication of his new book, Justification: God’s plan and Paul’s vision, here is an interview with N.T. Wright from Trevin Wax. I’m afraid I don’t think it advances the discussion very far.
My anxiety about what has now been seen as the traditional Reformed view (though there are many traditional Reformed views!) is that it focuses all attention on ‘me and my salvation’ rather than on ‘God and God’s purposes’.
But these false antitheses are becoming a little tiresome. If all Wright wanted to do was warn against individualised pietism, then all well and good. But his own view of the gospel and of justification is so revisionist as to look less like a correction, more like a complete redefinition, of what it means to become, and to be, a follower of Jesus Christ.