Book Giveaway – Paul Borgman’s The Way according to Luke (Eerdmans)

To celebrate the beginning of a new school year I thought I would give away several books. Hopefully this happens to other people, but I occasionally purchase a book, and then when I put it on the shelf I discover I already have the book. Although this is embarrassing (and possibly a sign of old age), it is good news for readers of this blog.

First up is Paul Borgman’s The Way according to Luke: Hearing the Whole Story of Luke-Acts (Eerdmans, 2006). I accidentally bought two copies of this excellent study of the Luke and Acts together as a literary work. Joel B. Green said “In this exploration of Luke’s literary art, Paul Borgman displays his significant gifts as sensitive reader and trusted guide. Although fully engaged with contemporary study of Luke-Acts, he is no slave to ‘the experts’ as he demonstrates again and again how Luke’s narrative works to shape our grasp of Luke’s literary and theological agenda. Biblical studies is the richer on account of this sort of interdisciplinary work.”

To have a chance at winning these books, leave a comment with your name so I can contact you if you win. I will randomize the names from the comments and select one winner at random. I will announce the winner (and the next giveaway) on Wednesday, August 30.

24 thoughts on “Book Giveaway – Paul Borgman’s The Way according to Luke (Eerdmans)

  1. I enjoy free stuff! Consider the almost literate Jared Kusz “in the running.” Though I certainly hope no actual running in involved.

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  2. Thanks for your confession of duplicating a purchase of a book. This is a great consolation to people like me and possibly others who have done the same. But, that only means there is a book to share with someone.

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  3. Philip, I too have been "guilty" of buying the book that I already have on a number of occasion, and more so as my Library is expanding. Thanks for offering these free books. Pastor Gord Abraham 90 King St, Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 4E9 Canada

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