Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary

15 Jul 2013

Book Giveaway: Understanding Biblical Theology

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This week we are giving away a copy of Klink and Lockett’s book Understanding Biblical Theology: A Comparison of Theory and Practice. In order to enter the drawing, all you need to do is post a comment indicating the author/title of a book you are planning to read this summer.

The drawing will take place on Friday (July 19) and the winner will be announced soon after that.

46 Responses

  1. In the OT this summer I’m reading Jeremiah and Ezekiel, 1 Samuel through 2 Kings. In the NT, the gospels. Also, Roger McNamara and Ken Davis “The Y-B-H Handbook of Church Planting.” Also Stallard’s 3 Views on “Dispensational Understanding of the New Covenant.”

  2. Michael Hildenbrand

    This looks like exactly the book I want to read this summer. I am, right now, reading the volume in the “Encountering” series on Isaiah. I think this would come before that!

  3. Elijah Beltz

    John Sailhamer’s “The Meaning of the Pentateuch: Revelation, Composition and Interpretation”

  4. Michael Hixson

    I’m reading “The Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyon, and “Walking the Bible” by Bruce Feiler

  5. BJ Kessel

    Just about to finish “Loving Well (Even If You Haven’t Been)” by William Smith. Also working on “Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith” by Michael Reeves.

  6. Tad Wychopen

    “Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book” by Rod Campbell. Every seminarian should read a kids book for the summer! It helps you stay sane. “King Me: What Every Son Wants and Needs from His Father” by Steve Farrar

  7. Dave

    I am hoping to get my hands on a copy of “AUGUSTUS HOPKINS STRONG AND ETHICAL MONISM AS A MEANS OF

  8. David Rother

    Creature of the Word: The Jesus Centered Church by Matt Chandler, Josh Patterson, Eric Geiger

  9. Ben Straub

    A History of Christianity in Africa, by Elizabeth Isichei. I am also currently working my way through the complete Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle. (This time with my correct email address)

  10. Joseph Miller

    Biblical Hebrew by R.A. Harrison, A Path Through Suffering by Elisabeth Elliot, The Revelation of John by William Barclay.