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Support A Monergisitic Brother

John Hendryx, proprieter of that fine theological establishment, Monergism.com (and the associated bookstore, Monergismbooks.com has posted a plea for help. His employer has decided to outsource his job, which provides John the opportunity to make Monergism a full-time gig. But because the store is not yet paying the bills, he is asking for some financial assistance. He says, “It is our desire to make Monergism.com even better by focusing our vocation here, and feel the call of God to do so – this way we would have no need to go out to find an additional full time job. With your financial help this can become a reality. Therefore, I would ask that you prayerfully consider a monthly contribution to Mongergism.com. All material on Monergism.com is free, and your support can continue to make it possible for this site to remain a free resource to all.”

Visit this page to get the lowdown or to find out how to make a donation. You can even get a tax receipt for your donation if you’re fortunate enough to live in the United States. At the very least, when you are ordering a book, check to see if you can get it from Monergismbooks.


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