Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Advent Giveaway: Week 4

Well, this is it. The big shebang! This year Zondervan takes the honor of being our final grand finale giveaway, thanks largely in part to the fact they they were the ones that released the Theologian Trading Cards, developed by our very own Norman Jeune III.

And yes, this week we're giving away a set of Theologian Trading Cards.

Also up for grabs are eight other books (actually two copies of four different books) from Zondervan which we'll be giving away in pairs, so five winners in all! Those four books are:
  • The Next Story - Tim Challies
  • Think Christianly - Jonathan Morrow
  • Love Without Walls - Laurie Beshore
  • Adventures In Churchland - Dan Kimball
Update: For some reason, this post didn't show up on some of our feeds, so I've re-published it and extended the giveaway to the end of the year! (For those of you who got entries in already, don't worry. They're still in the system.)

14 comments:

BoldLion said...

I would be a great education tools to have that Trading Cards.

Mrs. David Hankins said...

I'd love to win a set of the Theologian Trading Cards for my teenage brothers; they'd love them! :)

Brandi said...

I am such a nerd.... I want a set of those cards badly. I will love and use them :) That is all.

Robby said...

I saw those Theologian Cards and came close to buying a few sets as gifts for some of our church staff.

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Matthew Kratz said...

In handing them out to my congregation, they would be a good new year's encouragement get to know/study some of the greatest minds and their teachings.

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Gaines said...

I hope to incorporate them into homeschooling my kids

Aaron said...

With my set of newly acquired Theological Trading Cards I would impress my friends down at the Pub, bore my wife, and harass the heretics. ;)

lightenough said...

I'd use them to review theologians I know, and learn about theologians I am not familiar with! A fun educational tool.

Diaspora said...

I'd use them for education and for fun. Also, I think I technically won a giveaway last year but any messages I got were sent to spam folder... including on facebook. I didn't even know facebook has a spam folder. I don't think I deserve anything from that... I just think that it's funny that I found out I won a year too late.

Sarah Abigail Kuriakos said...

Aside from the fact that it would be just plain FUN to win the trading cards, at least partly because I rarely win anything, I'd love to win them because having them would be an easy and fun way to learn church history.

Greg said...

So I can be the geekiest chaplain after my next deployment.

Brian Roden said...

I would use them to help teach church history after I finish my MA in theology