Now Introducing Admirato!

From the beginning, our mission has been to bring engaging theological teaching to those who want to explore the possibilities of what God will do in them and through them as a result of their study. We began utilizing online courses in 2015 to accomplish this mission with the launch of N.T. Wright Online, a partnership with Prof. N.T. Wright. Together we have launched over 40 online courses, reaching over 123,000 students in 195 countries!
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Now in 2023, we are seeking to expand our content to include new scholars and new areas of study. To do this, we are launching our own new learning platform, Admirato. The whole N.T. Wright Online library of courses will be moving to this new platform. We are designing Admirato to be a safe and gracious learning space for those seeking to explore possibilities in engaging theology. Join our Beta test group today by visiting

About N.T. Wright

Few biblical scholars have the ability to communicate the message of the New Testament as Tom Wright has shown. Christianity Today writes, that 'he is the most important apologist for the Christian faith since C.S. Lewis...The kingdom is clearly what motivates Wright in everything he does. And, because of Wright's own faithfulness - to the God of the universe, and to his beloved church on earth - it is now motivating many more people besides'.  Tom Wright can speak into the realms of the more prominent biblical scholars, but you will also find him speaking to crowds of students on university campuses or in church worship services. He carries a message that resonates with those far away from the Kingdom of God and for those who have found Jesus Christ to be their King. He is uniquely qualified and able to deliver to an online audience.


The Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies is passionate about reaching local congregations with the resources they need to be successful. 

We do this through the following efforts:

Church in Training

It seems everyone is looking for the right strategy to lead well, influence people, and change the world! Being a great leader starts with each individual's pursuit to be more like Christ. We know better leaders begin with better theology, not strategy.  Church in Training was established to train up leaders and then release them back into local congregations. This program can benefit lay leaders or church staff who may not have formal biblical education, as well as pastors who want to sharpen their skills.  

Contact us for specific meeting dates.  Formal registration is not required.  Participants are encouraged to continue attendance at their local church while participating.  


If you are a local pastor who is interested in partnering with this resource to train your staff and lay ministry volunteers, please contact us for more information.

Church Specific Courses

Is there a specific topic or book of the bible you would like to study more in depth with your congregation? One of our teaching faculty will come to your congregation and offer customized courses to help your church family or leadership team grow together in a specific area. Most of our online content can also be customized to be utilized in a small group settings or leadership training.  For more information about how to bring these opportunities to your congregation contact us.

Front Row Seat Partnership with local ministry BASICS MKE

Milwaukee is known as a city divided by racism and poverty. Our friends at BASICS MKE have been hosting Front Row Seat events for the past few years. These events are designed to generate conversations with people for different races and backgrounds to work towards understanding and reconciliation. In 2023 BASICS approached the Wisconsin Center for Christian Studies to partner with a follow resource for event attendees. In January, we hosted a Front Row Seat event in our office space and provided all attendees with free access to our online course Ethnicity, Justice, and the People of God. Future event attendees will also gain free access to the course in hopes that as our love for God and others grows, reconciliation will be possible.