Oh my goodness he writes so well!

N. T. Wright's prose makes me want to change my view of justification :-)

Check out this summary of the message of 2Corinthians 3-6:

This is what happens when the past resurrection of the Messiah and the future resurrection of his people meet in the middle in the present ministry of the apostle. This is what inaugurated eschatology looks like and feels like in the streets and the prison cells of Ephesus. And this long argument about apostolic ministry, held in tension between the past and future, squashed between the present age and the age to come, is the setting for the all-important passage 4:7-5:10, to which we shall return in the next chapter.
The Resurrection of the Son of God, p. 306