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Free Stuff Fridays (CBD Edition)

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by CBD Reformed. They’ve got some great prizes lined up this week. There will be 5 winners and each of those winners will receive the following books:

  • ESV Study BibleESV Study Bible (hardcover) – Retail price $49.99. “The ESV Study Bible features more than 2,750 pages of extensive, accessible Bible resources, including completely new notes, full-color maps, illustrations, charts, timelines, and articles created by an outstanding team of 93 evangelical Christian scholars and teachers. In addition to the 757,000 words of the ESV Bible itself, the notes and resources of the ESV Study Bible comprise an additional 1.1 million words of insightful explanation and teaching-equivalent to a 20-volume Bible resource library all contained in one volume.”
  • Tough Topics 2: Biblical Answers to 25 Challenging Questions by Sam Storms – Retail Price $15.99. “Countless people are worried, angry, fearful and just plain confused when it comes to some of the more perplexing issues that life poses and the Bible provokes. Tough Topics 2 provides solid and scriptural answers to 25 such questions. Sam Storms seeks to tackle frustration by looking deeply, not superficially, at what Scripture says, deriving clear and persuasive explanations for these thorny matters.”
  • Adoption: What Joseph of Nazareth Can Teach Us about This Countercultural Choice by Russell Moore – Retail Price $7.99. “Joseph of Nazareth was a good and honorable man. The adoptive father of Jesus, he stood by his wife and raised her son—even when it appeared that she had betrayed him. Such is the love of adoption. But this love stands in stark contrast to what we see in our world today: on-demand abortion, unreported abuse, and widespread neglect.”

In addition, CBD Reformed is offering a 4-day sale (September 18 – 21) on the following three products:

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Giveaway Rules: You may enter one time. As soon as the winners have been chosen, all names and addresses will be immediately and permanently erased. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes Saturday at noon. If you are viewing this through email, click to visit my site and enter there.


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