Dr. Percer grew up in Western Tennessee, near the Mississippi River; he attended
Christian Brothers University for one year before transferring to Union University, where
he received a B.A. in Religion (with minors in Greek and Sociology). While in college,
Dr. Percer was active in several organizations, including the Baptist Student Union in
which he served as a member of the evangelism, drama, and puppet teams. Dr. Percer also
participated in many student led revivals while in college, and served as Youth Pastor at
Hickory Ridge Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. After college, Dr. Percer attended
the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, where he earned a
M.Div., served in ministry capacities working with children, youth, and singles, and
worked as assistant manager of a local Christian bookstore. From Louisville, Dr. Percer
moved to Bowling Green, Kentucky and attended Western Kentucky University, where he
served as a graduate assistant to Dr. William L. Lane and received his M.A. in
Humanities. In 1989, Dr. Percer moved to Waco, Texas, to take classes in Baylor
University’s Graduate School of Religion. He received his Ph.D. in Religion (minor in
Philosophy) from Baylor in 1999 and served as an adjunct professor at Baylor University
and McLennan Community College until September 2004 when he accepted a position as
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Liberty University School of Divinity in
Lynchburg, Virginia. While in Waco, Dr. Percer met his wife Lisa at Highland Baptist
Church, and they married in March 1994. They now reside in Lynchburg, Virginia with their
two children. 

Book Reviews


Review: The Revelation of John: A Commentary on the Greek Text of the Apocalypse, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (2006)

Unpublished Papers