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Unlocking The Bible Giveaway

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This month we’ve partnered with our friends at Unlocking the Bible for a special giveaway. We’re giving away 10 prize packs that include a copy of Jonah: Navigating a God-Centered Life by Colin S. Smith and Slogging Along in the Paths of Righteousness by Dale Ralph Davis.

Be sure to join us Wednesday, September 16th at 3 PM CT for a Twitter party with Pastor Colin. He’ll be answering questions about prayer. Use the hashtag #AskPastorCol to submit your question.

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Enter The Free Stuff Fridays Giveaway Today at Challies.com

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We’re sponsoring the Free Stuff Fridays Giveaway today at Challies.com. Enter for a chance to win 4 great books

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September Book Giveaway Winners

Burning Hearts: Preaching to the AffectionsMany thanks to all of you who took the time to enter our September book giveaway for a chance to win Burning Hearts: Preaching to the Affections by Josh Moody & Robin Weekes. The winners are:

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September Book Giveaway: Burning Hearts: Preaching to the Affections

Burning Hearts: Preaching to the Affections by Josh Moody & Robin WeekesFor our September book giveaway, we’re featuring Burning Hearts: Preaching to the Affections by Josh Moody & Robin Weekes.

About the Book:
Affection is often a neglected theme in our generation of Bible believing Christians. It has not always been so. Previous generations thought a great deal about the centrality of the heart in the Christian life and the need to preach to it. This book will prove a valuable resource as we learn about the place of the affections in our walk with Christ and in preaching Him to ourselves and others.

Praise for Burning Hearts:

“For some, this little book will be a healthy reminder; for others, it will revolutionize their preaching.”
-D. A. Carson ~ Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois

“…offers a wise reminder that the truth of a sermon – no matter how logically and accurately it reflects Scripture – denies the power of the Word if there is no intention to affect the heart of the listener.”
-Bryan Chapell ~ Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Illinois

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Terms and Conditions:
*Winners from the continental United States and the United Kingdom will be awarded a paperback copy of the book. Winners outside of the US and the UK will be awarded an e-book (.mobi or .epub) copy of the book.

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Early Church Fathers Giveaway Winners

Basil of Caesarea: His Life and Impact by Marvin Jones
Many thanks to all of you who took the time to enter our June book giveaway for a chance two win the first two volumes from our brand new Early Church Fathers series. The winners are:

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Enter to win 2 volumes from the Early Church Fathers series!

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For our June book giveaway, we’re featuring the first two volumes in our brand new Early Church Fathers series. The focus of this series is to highlight the magnificent impact that these fathers of the early church made for our world today.

About Basil of Caesarea:
Basil of Caesarea was a Greek Bishop in what is now Turkey. A thoughtful theologian, he was instrumental in the formation of the Nicene Creed. He fought a growing heresy, Arianism, that had found converts, including those in high positions of state. In the face of such a threat he showed courage, wisdom and complete confidence in God that we would do well to emulate today.

About Patrick of Ireland:
Patrick ministered to kings and slaves alike in the culture that had enslaved him. Patrick’s faith and his commitment to the Word of God through hard times is a true example of the way that God calls us to grow and to bless those around us through our suffering. Michael Haykin’s masterful biography of Patrick’s life and faith will show you how you can follow God’s call in your life.

Later volumes in the series will include:

  • Irenaeus of Lyons (d. c.202)
  • Tertullian (fl.190-215)
  • Athanasius (c.297-373)
  • Hilary of Poitiers (c.315-367/8)
  • John Chrysostom (c.347-407)
  • Augustine (c.354-430)
  • Cyril of Alexandria (c.376)

*If you are unable to see the contest widget in your RSS Reader or e-mail client, click here to view this post on the Christian Focus Booknotes Blog.

Terms and Conditions:
*Winners from the continental United States and the United Kingdom will be awarded a paperback copy of each book. Winners outside of the US and the UK will be awarded an e-book (.mobi or .epub) copy of each book.

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Systematic Theology (Volume 2) Giveaway Winner

Systematic Theology (Volume 2): The Beauty of Christ - a Trinitarian Vision by Douglas F. KellyCongratulations to Matthew Johnson, who won a copy of Systematic Theology (Volume 2): The Beauty of Christ – a Trinitarian Vision by Douglas F. Kelly in our recent giveaway hosted here on the Christian Focus Booknotes blog.

Systematic Theology (Volume 2) releases in the US this week. Order your own copy from one of the online retailers listed below:

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Win It Before You Can Buy It – Systematic Theology (Volume 2) by Douglas F. Kelly

The long awaited second volume of Douglas F. Kelly’s Systematic Theology will be releasing early next month. Enter below for a chance to win it before you can even buy it.


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Systematic Theology (Volume 2): The Beauty of Christ - a Trinitarian Vision by Douglas F. KellyAbout the Book:
Douglas F. Kelly returns to the writings of saints and scholars to exemplify the beauty and the wonder of Christ, the Son of God, in this highly-anticipated second volume of systematic theology. Kelly delves through a treasure trove of Patristics, Scholastics, Reformers, Puritans, and Moderns to recover an Augustinian reverence for the beauty of Christ, to illustrate that the Father and the Spirit are most fully revealed through Him, and to make clear that His coming is the restoration of the universe.

Praise for Systematic Theology (Volume 2): The Beauty of Christ – a Trinitarian Vision:

“One of those rare books that will shape both scholarly and pastoral theology for generations to come.”
-Richard Pratt ~ President, Third Millenium Ministries, Orlando, Florida

“Nothing less than remarkable.”
-William Edgar ~ Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“A joy to witness… a model to which others should aspire.”
-Carl R. Trueman ~ Paul Woolley Professor of Historical Theology and Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Striking indeed… Reminds us of Jonathan Edwards, Augustine, and many other great writers of the church.”
-John M. Frame ~ Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Florida

“In the forest of recent and not-so recent systematic theologies… this tree stands out.”
-Paul Wells ~ Adjunct dean of the Faculté Jean Calvin in Aix-en- Provence France

“Impressive and invaluable.”
-George Dion Dragas ~ Protopresbyter, General Editor of the Patristic and Ecclesiastical Texts and Translations, Orthodox Research Institute

“There is no other book of this magnitude.”
-Joseph Chien ~ Director, Calvin Publications, Pastor, Chinese Reformed Congregation of Taipei

About the Author:
Douglas F. Kelly is the Richard Jordan Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina.

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February Apologetics Book Giveaway Winners

Apologetics GiveawayCongratulations to Timothy Harris (activedidactic.wordpress.com) and Persis Lorenti (triedbyfire.blogspot.com), who each won a copy of Magnificent Obsession by David Robertson and Why I Am Not An Atheist by David Randall  in the February Apologetics Book Giveaway here on the Christian Focus Booknotes blog.

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February Apologetics Book Giveaway

*If you are unable to see the contest widget in your RSS Reader or e-mail client, click here to view this post on the Christian Focus Booknotes Blog.

Terms and Conditions:
*Winners from the continental United States and the United Kingdom will be awarded a paperback copy of each book. Winners outside of the US and the UK will be awarded an e-book (.mobi or .epub) copy of each book.

About Magnificent Obsession:
David Robertson, author of The Dawkins Letters, was told by the leader of an atheist society: “Okay, I admit that you have destroyed my atheism, but what do you believe?” His answer was “I believe in and because of Jesus.” This book shows us why Jesus is the reason to believe. In response to the shout of God is not Great by the late Christopher Hitchens, David shows us why Jesus is God and is Great.

About Why I Am Not An Atheist:
Eleven different people travelled on eleven diverse paths to faith in Jesus Christ, and this book is the point where they meet. In Why I Am Not an Atheist, these travellers relate their stories and the reasons why they believe. What do a CEO, a psychiatrist, a journalist and a missionary have in common? This book is a good place to find out.

Contributors include Ravi Zacharias, Heather Tomlinson, David Robertson, Donald Bruce, Alistair Donald, Henk Drost, Elaine Duncan, Alex MacDonald, Pablo Martinez, Chris Sinkinson, and David Randall.

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