CRC Research Team:
Andrew B. Perrin graduated with an M.A. in Biblical Studies at Trinity Western University (2009).
He was awarded a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship for his thesis entitled, Between Scripture and
Interpretation: Methods of Scribal Intervention and Key Textual Variants in 4QReworked Pentateuch
While a member of the CRC Team, Andrew was the lead investigator of the Dead Sea Scrolls Variants Project,
assisted in preparing 1QIsa,b for publication in DJD 32, and was the webmaster of DeadSeaScrolls.org.
Currently Andrew is pursuing a PhD in Early Judaism and Christianity at McMaster University, for which he was awarded a SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship as well as the Harry Lyman Hooker Senior Fellowship.
He has published articles in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, Religious Studies and Theology, as well as reviews in the Toronto Journal of Theology, and Reviews in Religion & Theology. Andrew is also a columnist for Bible Study Magazine.