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Before He Was Born By Andrew Perry
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This book (6th Ed. Oct 2017, 376 pages, hardback, 978-0-9526192-0-8) examines texts in the NT which are interpreted as proving that Jesus had some manner of existence prior to his birth of the Virgin... More > Mary. Every text is examined and shown not to bear this implication once they are read in the light of Jewish typological patterns. Jesus "existed" in the types of the OT narratives, but he did not literally pre-exist in heaven.< Less
Christadelphian EJournal of Biblical Interpretation Annual 2017 By Andrew Perry
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The eleventh volume of the popular Christadelphian EJournal of Biblical Interpretation has the usual varied range of high quality essays on Biblical topics with news from the world of Archaeology and... More > academic Biblical Studies. (345 pages, ISBN 978-0-9934440-6-7)< Less
Demons and Politics By Andrew Perry
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This monograph (72 pages, hardback, 978-0-9526192-6-0) analyses Mark's portrayal of exorcism from a political perspective. It argues the case that Mark saw in Jesus' exorcisms a symbolic... More > demonstration of the cleansing of the people. Thus it is argued that the Marcan Jesus did not subscribe to the cosmological dualism of his day; rather Mark used this language to represent the spiritual and political state of the people.< Less
Fellowship Matters By Andrew Perry
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This book (194 pages, hardback, 978-0-9526-1923-9) examines the basis of church fellowship. It outlines the teachings that should form the basis of christian fellowship. It examines the grounds upon... More > which churches should withdraw fellowship.< Less
Biblical Investigations By Andrew Perry
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This book (Revision 2, Apr 2014, 237 pages; ISBN 978-0-9563841-3-3) is a collection of essays that defend the Bible as the inerrant and inspired Word of God. Some essays have previously been... More > published in magazines, but are now difficult to obtain; other essays are new. The essays included are "Bible Study", "Evaluating the King James Version", "The Unvarnished New Testament", "The Dead Sea Scrolls and Bible Translation", "Inspiration", "Exegetical Considerations relating to Inspiration", "Luke as Scripture", "The Spirit of Elijah", "Old Testament History", "Old Earth Creationism", "Heaven", "Creation Types in Exodus", "Noah's Flood", "The Historical Jesus" and "Finding God".< Less
Isaiah 40-48 By Andrew Perry
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Isaiah 40-48 (Second Edition, Rev. 7a, November 2015, 379 pages, ISBN 978-0-9563841-1-9) argues that the traditional Babylonian reading of these chapters is wrong and it presents a new reading that... More > situates these oracles in the years 701-699. It offers a new explanation of Isaiah's famous Cyrus prophecy and shows how Isaiah's oracles relate to events east of Jordan, to Sennacherib's campaign in Babylonia in 700, and to the visit of the Babylonian envoys.< Less
Isaiah 58-66 By Andrew Perry
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This book (First Edition, Release 4, November 2015; 233 pages; ISBN 978-0-9563841-7-1) is the final volume in a commentary on Isaiah 40-66. It ascribes the oracles of chapters 58-66 to Isaiah of... More > Jerusalem and situates them in the aftermath of the Assyrian invasion of 701 and in the Jubilee year of 700-699. It sees the oracles as documenting the arrival of an anonymous conqueror from victory in Edom in the east to deliver the cities of Judah in the south and west.< Less
Isaiah 49-57 By Andrew Perry
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Isaiah 49-57 (First Edition, November 2015, ISBN 978-0-9563841-7-1, 216 pages) situates these prophecies in the first years after the blockade of Jerusalem in 701. In this way they are ascribed to... More > Isaiah of Jerusalem in keeping with the witness of Second Temple Judaism. The prophecies centre around Yahweh's invitation and encouragement to go out and retake the land after the Assyrian invasion. The major event in the background is the retrieval of the silver temple vessels from the borders of Egypt by the Arm of the Lord.< Less
Christadelphian EJournal of Biblical Interpretation Annual 2015 By Andrew Perry et al.
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The Christadelphian EJournal of Biblical Interpretation 2015 (430 pages, ISBN 978-0-9934440-0-5) contains a wide range of Bible based academic studies, theological discussions and papers on... More > apologetics. For example, studies on Ecclesiastes, Adam and Eve and the Neolithic Revolution, the Lachish Letters, and the Virgin Birth Accounts.< Less
Who Through Jesus Sleep By Thomas E Gaston
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Who Through Jesus Sleep is a compendium of essays about the mortality of the soul (254 pages, ISBN 978-0-9574460-9-0, June 2015). The book analyses what the biblical writers believed about the nature... More > of the soul and the opportunity for life after death. It explores both the beliefs of the ancient Israelites, as presented in the Old Testament, and those of the early Christians, as presented in the New Testament. It traces the development of these biblical ideas to the emergence of the notion of the immortality of the soul in both Judaism and Christianity through the influence of Greek philosophy. It describes thinkers throughout history, as well as modern scholars, who have affirmed the biblical idea of the mortality of the soul. Common “proof” texts for the immortality of the soul are also examined.< Less