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With the weather warming up, it’s time for vacations, cookouts, and making summer reading lists. Whether you’re in seminary or not, summer is a great time to catch up on books that you wanted to read but just couldn’t find the time. At Phoenix Seminary, we want to help with our Faculty Book Giveaway.

Over the next twelve weeks, we’ll be giving away free copies of seven of our faculty’s newest books! We will announce each one right here on the seminary blog as well as on Facebook and Twitter. So, follow along for a chance to win some great books from our fantastic faculty. Here’s a peek at what we’ll be giving away. Good luck!

Summer Seminary book giveaway from Phoenix Seminary

Books and Authors

  1. Theistic Evolution (Crossway) edited by Wayne Grudem and others.
  2. Cyprian of Carthage (Christian Focus) by Brian Arnold
  3. A New Approach to Textual Criticism (SBL) by Tommy Wasserman and Peter Gurry
  4. The Biblical Canon Lists from Early Christianity (OUP) by Edmon Gallagher and John Meade
  5. Engaging Ephesians (GlossaHouse) by John DelHousaye
  6. Justification in the Second Century (Baylor) by Brian Arnold
  7. Christian Ethics (Crossway) by Wayne Grudem

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