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February Book Giveaway

As promised, I bring to you today the February book giveaway. Each month, for as many months as I can convince authors to sign and send their books to me, I will be giving away two copies of a Christian book autographed by the author.

As always, two equal prizes will be awarded in February. Each winner will receive an autographed copy of The Holiness of God by R.C. Sproul as well as a hardcover copy of The Reformation Study Bible (ESV). You can be the first person on your block to own The Reformation Study Bible, which will be available later this month for the first time in the English Standard Version. This draw is open to anyone, anywhere in the world and runs from now until February 17, 2005 (12:00 PM EST).

The Reformation Study Bible (ESV): At long last, The Reformation Study Bible, edited by R.C. Sproul, is available in the English Standard Version. No other study Bible gives the reader more assistance in understanding the great doctrines and themes of the Christian faith as found in the Scriptures. Formerly known as The New Geneva Study Bible, it has previously been available only in the New King James Translation. “The Reformation Study Bible contains a modern restatement of Reformation truth in its comments and theological notes,” writes general editor R. C. Sproul. “It’s purpose is to present the light of the Reformation afresh.” Among the book’s features are section introductions, book introductions and outlines, comments on the biblical text, theological notes, charts, in-text maps, and cross-references. This is the first study bible based on the English Standard Version, a contemporary revision (2001) that stands in the same tradition as the revered King James and American Standard versions.

The Holiness of God: The Holiness of God is a classic on the nature of God that has sold over 200,000 copies. This book has been autographed by the author. This classic can help you better understand the biblical picture of God’s awesome holiness and why it is so foundational to God-centered, God-honoring theology and Christian living.

The draw is free and has no strings attached. It is open to anyone capable of typing their name and email address (this is not one of those North America-only ones). There is an incentive program for those who refer others to the draw.

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