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A biography of the Bible and the loss of peace Andrew Perriman
A brief and friendly critique of the Evangelical Alliance statement of faith Andrew Perriman
A commentary on Owen Strachan’s less than biblical defence of the atonement Andrew Perriman
A conversation with Emi about salvation and mission Andrew Perriman
A conversation with John Morehead about narrative-historical approaches to the gospel, salvation, hell, and multifaith Andrew Perriman
A couple more problems with the narrative-historical premise. Will it never end? Andrew Perriman
A dead guy going to heaven is not metaphysics? Andrew Perriman
A different sort of missional theology from Paul’s address to the “men of Athens” in Acts 17 Andrew Perriman
A great and terrible day of the Lord? Andrew Perriman
A half-truth of modern evangelicalism: Jesus lives in the heart of the believer Andrew Perriman
A handy 17 point summary of the narrative-historical perspective on the wrath of God Andrew Perriman
A happy disappointing Christmas to everyone! Andrew Perriman
A helper fit for him Andrew Perriman
A hermeneutical parable: the frog of the gospel and the lily pond of narrative Andrew Perriman
A Hindu asks a very good question about the death of Jesus and the salvation of Gentiles Andrew Perriman
A hymn of praise to the anti-Caesar Andrew Perriman
A light for revelation to the Gentiles Andrew Perriman
A meditation on narrative for Carnival day Andrew Perriman
A missional understanding of justification by faith (by way of Isaiah) Andrew Perriman
A mistake to let them subdue the earth and have dominion over it? Andrew Perriman
A narrative missiology and where it gets us Andrew Perriman
A narrative statement of missional faith Andrew Perriman
A narrative-historical creed (first draft) Andrew Perriman
A narrative-historical reading of Romans Andrew Perriman
A new course: Understanding and Practising “Missional Church” Andrew Perriman
A new Dead Sea Scrolls Cave and the narrative-historical method Andrew Perriman
A new perspective on universalism and hell Andrew Perriman
A New Translation: The Earliest Christian Documents: AD 49-100 Andrew Perriman
A parable of two sons Andrew Perriman
A paradigm shift in Pauline studies? Andrew Perriman
A pragmatic non-theory of the atonement Andrew Perriman
A presumptuous appeal to both emergents and Reformed Andrew Perriman
A priest forever after the order of Melchizedek Andrew Perriman
A question about annihilationism Andrew Perriman
A question about the “Jesus-looking God” of the neo-Anabaptists Andrew Perriman
A quiz on the atonement (in narrative-historical perspective) Andrew Perriman