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Bonus January Giveaway: Final Results

Amazing GraceThanks to all who participated in the giveaway of Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism. Participation once again exceeded all expectations.

Unfortunately, there can be only two winners in this giveaway. Before I announce their names, I would like to let you know that Monergismbooks.com, which sponsored this giveaway, has offered a great discount to all contest participants who purchase Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism. Anyone ordering the DVD set will receive free shipping (domestic or international) as well as another great bonus that you will find edifying. You’ll have to visit the site to read about it! The deal will not last long, so don’t dawdle!

I am also pleased to say that on February 7th I will announce a giveaway with the best prize I have been able to offer thus far. I’ll tease it just a little by saying the winners will each receive two items, one of which is an autographed copy of a great book written by one of everyone’s favorite authors. The second item is even more exciting, but you will have to wait and see what it is.

And now, without any further ado, I will announce the winners of this month’s prize. I generally say that the winners were chosen randomly, but that statement seems out-of-place when it concerns a DVD dedicated to Calvinism. Thus I present to you the people who were fore-ordained to win. They are:

Angus MacKillop
TulipGirl

Congratulations to Angus and TulipGirl. I have contacted each of you seperately and the DVD will be shipped as soon as I receive your information.

As for everyone else, thank you for your participation. Hang in there until February 7th when I will send information about the next giveaway.


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