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After Christendom, before meltdown Andrew Perriman
About me Andrew Perriman
Are those being saved few? Andrew Perriman
A light for revelation to the Gentiles Andrew Perriman
A biography of the Bible and the loss of peace Andrew Perriman
Ancient text and modern reader: a simple hermeneutical model Andrew Perriman
A presumptuous appeal to both emergents and Reformed Andrew Perriman
Alan Hirsch, The Forgotten Ways, and the future of the church in Europe Andrew Perriman
A new perspective on universalism and hell Andrew Perriman
Apocalyptic realism and deliverance from the coming wrath Andrew Perriman
Another introduction to the New Perspective on Paul Andrew Perriman
A New Translation: The Earliest Christian Documents: AD 49-100 Andrew Perriman
A hymn of praise to the anti-Caesar Andrew Perriman
Acting out the biblical narrative Andrew Perriman
Atonement, without the theoretical nonsense Andrew Perriman
A brief and friendly critique of the Evangelical Alliance statement of faith Andrew Perriman
A narrative-historical creed (first draft) Andrew Perriman
A question about annihilationism Andrew Perriman
A second question about annihilationism Andrew Perriman
A parable of two sons Andrew Perriman
A helper fit for him Andrew Perriman
Adam was formed first, then Eve Andrew Perriman
As Good Friday approaches, it is time once again to insist that theories of the atonement are a waste of space Andrew Perriman
Andrew Sullivan on Jesus Andrew Perriman
A priest forever after the order of Melchizedek Andrew Perriman
At the risk of repeating myself... Andrew Perriman
A couple more problems with the narrative-historical premise. Will it never end? Andrew Perriman
Are Immanuel and Wonderful-Counselor-Mighty-God-Everlasting-Father-Prince-of-Peace the same person? Andrew Perriman
Are we religious, spiritual, or something else? Andrew Perriman
A missional understanding of justification by faith (by way of Isaiah) Andrew Perriman
Adam, original sin, and wrath against the Jew Andrew Perriman
A paradigm shift in Pauline studies? Andrew Perriman
A narrative statement of missional faith Andrew Perriman
A half-truth of modern evangelicalism: Jesus lives in the heart of the believer Andrew Perriman
A question about the “Jesus-looking God” of the neo-Anabaptists Andrew Perriman
Anabaptism and the truncated politics of Jesus Andrew Perriman