March is upon us and it is once more time to have another giveaway. I am excited about this month’s giveaway, which consists of two excellent books.
As always, two equal prizes will be awarded in March. Each winner will receive an autographed copy of 20 Controversies That Almost Killed A Church by Richard Ganz as well as a hardcover copy of Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem. Do not be scared away by the name – Grudem’s book is readable, and worthy of a spot in any Christian’s library. It has become the standard systematic theology text in many seminaries and Bible colleges, yet is written on a lay person’s level. Each chapter explains an important aspect of Christian doctrine and closes with questions of personal application, a Scripture passage to memorize and even a hymn relevant to that chapter’s topic. Richard Ganz’s book breaks down 1 Corinthians into twenty topics addressed by the apostle Paul almost 2,000 years ago, and advises contemporary believers on ways to avoid those same traps. It is commended by Christian leaders such as James White, J.I. Packer and Jay Adams.
The giveaway begins when you receive this email and will continue until 12:00 noon Eastern Standard Time on March 17. As always, you can increase your chances of winning by accumulating referrals. See the web site for more details and the smallish print.
Systematic Theology: We’ve never seen a Systematic Theology as readable as Grudem’s. Described by some as a volume which opens the windows of heaven, to let the fresh air blow away all mustiness in the study of theology, and turn it into a time of worship and joy. Also takes on controversial and difficult questions with thoroughness and humility. Any Christian family will benefit greatly in understanding the Bible from this volume. This volume is a valuable reference volume for any Christian’s library.
20 Controversies That Almost Killed a Church: In 20 Controversies That Almost Killed a Church, author Richard Ganz breaks down 1 Corinthians into twenty topics addressed by the apostle Paul almost 2,000 years ago, and advises contemporary believers on ways to avoid those same traps. Each chapter reviews a section of the letter, providing cross references, application, and current examples for insight. I found this book thought-provoking and, as Jay Adams says in his endorsement, “thoroughly biblical.” It is filled with practical guidance that allows Paul’s words to ring loud and true through two thousand years of history.