Brian Sherring was born in Isleworth, Middlesex, England in 1932. Following a technical education, he took an engineering apprenticeship and worked for some years as a design draughtsman in agricultural engineering. He was one time Assistant Principal of The Chapel of the Opened Book in London and wrote regular articles for The Berean Expositor and several booklets. He then spent some 25 years in the food import business and worked with farm animals at weekends as a hobby. He now lives with his wife in retirement in Surrey.
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Brian Sherring’s first Booklet for The Open Bible Trust tackles a subject not dealt with..
Revelation! A book that fascinates some Christians, but a book that confuses others. How..
It is, perhaps, surprising, to find almost a total absence of the word “Christian” in th..
There are many people today, both Christians as well as non-Christians, who are very unf..
Whilst many Christians have no difficulty in accepting Jesus Christ as man, some do have problems be..
In this book Brian Sherring takes the reader through the Bible and the unfolding portrait it paints ..
The place music occupies in Christian worship varies from congregation to congregation. Martin Luthe..
In his first publication for The Open Bible Trust, Brian Sherring wrote on Animals in the Plan of Go..
This book sets Paul’s letter to the Romans in the context of the New Testament and his other letters..
Please note that although the eBook title differs it is the same publication.
In short, but comprehensive, coverage Brian Sherring gives the reader a greater understanding of ‘sa..
The Song of Songs has exercised the minds of many of the most devout Jewish and Christian commentato..
Ephesians 1:3-14 opens with a eulogy, a paean of praise, for the Apostle Paul calls us t..
The book of Job has had little appeal to the majority of Christians. Consequently little..
The Gospel of John has been a blessing to many of different persuasions but, initially, who di..