ChurchETHOS Book Giveaway

Posted in book review, christian thought by Nathan Creitz on May 13, 2009
DSB Giveaway

DSB Giveaway

In case you missed it, ChurchETHOS is giving away twelve copies of Don’t Stop Believing by Michael Wittmer! Special thanks to Zondervan Academic for providing eleven of those copies especially for ChurchETHOS subscribers. One book will be given away each week so keep reading and interacting on ChurchETHOS for a chance to get your own copy for free.

The first book will be given away this Friday!

Here’s what you do:

1. Subscribe to ChurchETHOS through a feedreader or by email.

2. Make a thoughtful contribution in response to any post here at ChurchETHOS.

3. After subscribing and contributing a comment, email me your address to officially enter the drawing.

Note: You only need to enter one time and each week you will be reentered in the giveaway. I will announce the winner each week on my blog.

Read my introductory post about the book here and stay connected with ChurchETHOS for the next eleven posts in the “DSB Series”. I will be writing responses to each of the questions Mike Wittmer raises in the book. The final post will hopefully be an interview with the author based on questions my readers raise in the comments to these posts.

I will be blogging about other topics other than the DSB Series over the next few weeks so at the end of the series I will do a recap post to collect all of the posts in the same place. You can also find links to each of the posts on my Book Review page.

Here are the links to all the posts in the DSB series:

“Don’t Stop Believing” by Michael E. Wittmer
Must You Believe Something to be Saved?
Do Right Beliefs Get In the Way of Good Works?


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  1. mithrilvest said, on June 5, 2009 at 8.19 am

    Was raised Catholic, but left the church in my late teens, as the dogma and church hierarchy got in the way of Christ’s actual message. Have continued to search for a meaningful spiritual connection. However refreshing to find in this blog someone who is actually trying to live according to Christ’s teachings.

    • Nathan Creitz said, on June 16, 2009 at 7.58 am

      I appreciate your story and your struggle to find that meaningful spiritual connection and relationship with God. I hope you will continue reading and sharing your insights. My wife was raised Catholic but only began following Jesus towards the end of her college years.

    • Stephen Bateman said, on July 4, 2009 at 11.08 am

      You’re story is almost identical to most of my friends (we’re in college). They feel pretty disillusioned about church and Jesus…Prayin.

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