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Some rough and ready “rules” for doing a narrative-historical reading of the New Testament

Some rough and ready “rules” for doing a narrative-historical reading of the New Testament

I find Andrew Perriman’s work fascinating, engaging, challenging and even inspiring. If you have any interest in theology and the struggle to wrestle with what you might call the post-modern era of the church and a post-Christendom perspective, I recommend his writing.

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