Bill Brison’s book on Judas brings to bear on this deepest enigma of the New Testament story, with both a sharp academic skill and a bold imagination.
Manchester, England (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
27 percent of churchgoers in England claim to read the Bible personally at least once a week, lausanneworldpulse.com. It’s easy to believe many interpretations of the Bible have been formed.
Bill Brison writes his new book “Judas Beloved Disciple” to discontinue injustice beliefs about Judas, a disciple mentioned in the Bible. He believes Judas has been misjudge and mislabeled for more than 2000 years.
“Judas was loved and forgiven by Jesus, even after the cross,” Brison said.
“Judas Beloved Disciple” exemplifies the important statues in the Bible and Brison’s interpretation of the passages. His book on Judas elicits a problem of the New Testament’s story with a sharp academic skill, along with a bold imagination.
“Bill Brison’s book on Judas brings to bear on this deepest enigma of the New Testament story, with both a sharp academic skill and a bold imagination,” Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, said. “He makes us read the texts in a fresh and very challenging way.”
“Judas Beloved Disciple”
Author: Bill Brison
Retail Price: $14.95
Available in paperback and e-book.
About the author:
Author Bill Brison was born in 1929. He received his bachelor’s degree from Alfred University, New York and Berkeley Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut. He became a Deacon and a Priest in 1957, while serving two parishes of New Haven, Connecticut. Brison now resides in England and has served in three parishes in the Church of England since 1972. Bill was a Company Commander in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is also the co-author with Peggy Brison of "A Tale of Two Visits to Chechnya."
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