Yesterday, I was blessed to have the opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with Andrew Perriman, theologian, author and fellow blogger. Andrew has been working with Christian Associates church planting teams for quite a while and was in Brussels this week to be with my good friend, Carlton Deal, and his church, The Well.
It was good to ‘catch up’ with Andrew, or meet for the first time. We shared some of our backgrounds, talked a little of what is going on in the blogosphere, and discussed some theological issues arising in the world of today.
I recently purchased his book The Coming of the Son of Man: New Testament Eschatology for the Emerging Church. I hope to dive into it quite soon, as it is sitting on my nightstand. But I was definitely privileged to personally receive a copy of his newest book, The Future of the People of God: Reading Romans Before and After Western Christendom. I would have most likely bought the book before year’s end, but now I have it and I might actually read it before The Coming of the Son of Man. We shall see.
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check out Andrew Jones’ review here
Thanks David. I did check out. Quite brief, but he seems to like the book. The book is a bit more academic than expected, so wading through a bit of the terminology. But I’ve only read a couple of chapters thus far. I will see how things take shape as I move through the book.
That awesome, man! 😀