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"Church History, vol 2: From Pre-Reformation to the Present Day" Review Giveaway
**UPDATE 8/30/13: Thanks to everyone who was interested in reviewing and rating this book! Congratulations to the following 25 people who were the winners in our random selection:
Erick Loh, Luke Geraty, Jim West, Jorge Roa, John Wiley, David A Booth, Craig Falvo, Paul Schultz, Christopher Nyland, Donny Friederichsen, Keith McKenzie, Nate Claiborne, Brian Hohmeier, Stephen Fulmer, Bill Mazey, Hau Tzeng Au Yeong, Warren Kelly, Daniel Thompson, Jacob Van Sickle, Bruce Shauger, Christopher Kerr, Leslie Kay Vail, John Yi, Paul A. Nierengarten, and Scott Elliott.
You will receive your review copy in the next 1-2 weeks. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the book, so be sure to leave a comment here when you are finished!
If you have been following some of the posts here on John Woodbridge's and Frank James's new Church history book (such as, an excellent video interview and some insights on cultural context) we've got a super treat for you today!
We would like to invite you to review and rate Church History, vol 2: From Pre-Reformation to the Present Day. We are giving away 25 copies for review to 25 randomly selected individuals. If you are interested in giving an honest review, please complete the form included in this post by Thursday, 11:59 PM ET.
If selected, all we ask is that you honestly review and rate it at Amazon.com. And if you have a blog we'd love for you to post it there, as well. The deadline for reviewing the book is September 30, 2013. Once reviewed, leave a comment here with a link to the review; we're eager to hear your thoughts on the book! Only one submission per person, please.
If you missed the free giveaway a few weeks ago, then this is your chance to get an excellent volume on church history from the Late Middle Ages to the 21st century by two respected Church historians.
Giveaway now closed.
Due to challenges with international law and shipping, we can only send copies to residents of the US. We apologize to our readers and friends who cannot participate.
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