Here's quite an important statement:
Michael Bird actually offers a helpful clarification that both affirms the imputation of CHrist's active obedience to the believer (unlike NT Wright, who denies it) and shows how it relates to/is the corollory of other specifically biblical language like adoption, union with Christ, and so on.
[from here, bold mine].
I'm not sure Michael Jensen has correctly understood NT Wright (I'm not sure I have!), but at this point he is surely telling it like it is.
Whatever else we may say about NT Wright, it can hardly be doubted that he denies the Bible's teaching—that if we put our trust in Jesus, his perfect righteousness is given to us, even though we are unrighteous. That gift of God is a great thing, and what a terrible and aweful fate awaits any man who distorts this teaching.