Tuesday, July 2, 2013

6 Book Giveaway from InterVarsity Press and Baker

In the five years I've been with Christians In Context, I've had the privilege of working with a lot of wonderful people, and the Christian book publishers have been particularly generous. But one publisher has always stood out to me in their unbridled acceptance of the sordid underbelly of literature that is the Christian blogosphere.

InterVarsity Press has, from the moment I first began writing for CIC, shown a particular eagerness to bless the lowly blogger and I've greatly benefited from their generosity. In fact, the reason for today's giveaway flows from that very generosity as they have continued to send me more books than I possibly have time to review. And hence we have: a giveaway!

There will be two prize packages for two lucky (and randomly drawn) winners:

Prize Package #1:
  1. Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition - Kapic & Lugt
  2. Yearning For More - Barry Morrow
  3.  Virtuous Minds - Philip E. Dow
Prize Package #2:
  1. Popcultured - Steve Turner
  2. The Great Evangelical Recession - John S. Dickerson (Baker Books)
  3. Story of Stories - Karen Lee-Thorp


16 comments:

Scott said...

Either:
Secret Thoughts of unlikely Convret by Rosaria Butterfield

Or
Spiritual Appeal to the Bride of Christ by Von LodenStein




Ron Boyer said...

Either:

Virtuous Minds or Story of Stories

Tyler Eason said...

Bound Together by Chris Brauns

kevinfiske said...

Bible Study: A Student's Guide, by Jon Nielson and P&R was the best book on hermeneutics for students that I've ever encountered!

Jesse K said...

Counsel from the Cross by Elyse Fitzpatrick and Dennis E Johnson

Paul Horne said...

Trellis and the Vine

craighurst said...

Bound Together

Eastpoint Life Groups said...

Paul in Fresh Perspective by N.T. Wright

Eastpoint Life Groups said...

Paul in Fresh Perspective by N.T. Wright

Jaime CastaƱer said...

Permanent Revolution

Jon Yee said...

Friendship at the Margins by Chris Heuertz & Christine Pohl.

BoldLion said...

Pocket Dictionary of the Reformed Tradition

Matthew Green said...

Best book I've read this year?

Our Favorite Sins by Todd Hunter

m00pabeep said...

Virtuous Minds

Matthew Forrest Lowe said...

One of the best: Jacques Ellul's _Hope in Time of Abandonment_. Still frighteningly accurate...

Brian Roden said...

Best this year: The Constantine Codex