Monday, May 7, 2012

May 2012 Giveaway: NRSV Notetaker's Bible



This week I am giving away a copy of The NRSV Notetaker's Bible . You can view my review of the edition here.


Enter by commenting on this post with your full nameIf you post the giveaway on a blog, post a second comment with the link accompanied again with your full name for an extra entry. I will randomly select a winner on Monday May 14th and announce their name on the blog. If they do not contact me at biblereadingproject[at]gmail[dot com] within 5 days with their U.S. mailing address, I will post a second winner. Be sure to Subscribe or Follow to check back to see if you won. Tell all your friends.

Why give away books? It attracts new readers. It helps spread the messages and works that the Lord has used to inspire me in life and ministry. It helps spread passion and zeal for the work.  Many of the books will be ones I've received for free or extra copies that I have on hand, or simply books that I feel are important enough that they need to be disseminated to the body of Christ at large.


289220: The NRSV Notetaker"s Bible The NRSV Notetaker's Bible
By Oxford University Press


10 comments:

  1. A wide-margin Bible has changed the way I read and teach the Scriptures. There aren't many NRSV wide- margins and this Oxford edition looks great.

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    1. Oh, and my full name is Mark Strobel

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  2. Nicely written review. Looks like a nice Bible but I too would prefer some study resources.

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  3. Brent KerchevilleMay 7, 2012 at 10:15 PM

    Looks great! Thanks for the review and the giveaway.

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  4. I blogged about it!

    http://blogmentary.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/nrsv-notetaker-bible-giveaway/

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  5. Thanks for your blog and your review.
    I don't live in the U.S. so I don't know if I qualify for the giveaway but I would be happy to pay postage if I win.

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  6. Sorry, somehow my name did not get attached properly to the above comment. My name, for the record is Jonathan Wiebe.

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