Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas GiveAway: 3 Apologetics Books

As a Christmas gift to readers, Apologetics 315 is giving away one free apologetics book to three different readers/followers of the blog. If you are a Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter subscriber or Google Friend Connect follower (see right column) here’s how you enter the drawing:

1. Please follow as mentioned above (if you don’t already)
2. Select a book from the Top 5 Books for Christmas Giving 
3. Leave a comment below mentioning which one of those books you would like to receive.

Three winners will be chosen at random on December 23rd and notified on the blog.

Here’s hoping you win!


84 Comments

  1. liftingshadows December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science

  2. Hal December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God

  3. Jay December 16, 2010

    I would like the book "who made God" please and thank you!

  4. James December 16, 2010

    Would love to have Kreeft and Tacelli's Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics!

  5. Mark December 16, 2010

    I would love to have the following: Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science.

  6. Marius December 16, 2010

    On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision

  7. Eddie Eddings December 16, 2010

    I would love the "On Guard" book by Lane. I looked at it on Amazon and am already interested and wanting to read more. Thanks for offering these fine books.

  8. Rick Baskett December 16, 2010

    I vote Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics 🙂

  9. Leslie December 16, 2010

    Man, what a difficult list to choose from!

    I think I'll go with "On Guard" by WLC though. Would love to use this for small groups, etc.!

  10. DavidGLiu December 16, 2010

    "Who Made God?" sounds like a fascinating book from the description and reviews on Amazon. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to win one of these books!

  11. translatory December 16, 2010

    I am interested in "On Guard" by Bill Craig. Thanks for your great website!

    My name is Luke Learoyd

  12. K December 16, 2010

    Definitely 'On Guard'. I've got two other close friends who wish to start an apologetics study group at our church, this would be a helpful guide!
    Best,
    -Keith

  13. sirhempanite89 December 16, 2010

    I would be interested in reading On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig. As someone in my early twenties who recently accepted Christ and is living with a serious medical condition, I've been blessed with a lot of time to study and build a solid foundation. It would be a welcome addition. Kol Tuv
    -David

  14. Dawn December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God would be my vote.

  15. Tom December 16, 2010

    I'd be interested in "Who Made God?"

  16. Ken December 16, 2010

    I agree with others, I would be interested in "Who Made God". Thank you for your consideration. Have a blessed Christmas and thank you.

  17. Kevin Joseph December 16, 2010

    I would love to have "Evidence for God". Thank you and have a Jesus filled Christmas!

  18. Bob December 16, 2010

    "Who Made God" would be my pick.

  19. jrs1517 December 16, 2010

    If I am selected, I would like "Who Made God?" Thanks for the great blog, and have a Merry Christmas!

  20. Russell December 16, 2010

    Thanks for the opportunity Brian!

    I'll go with "Is God Just a Human Invention?".

  21. erik December 16, 2010

    I have to pick just one?

    On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision

  22. Kevin December 16, 2010

    Man I hope I win On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig. It's on my Christmas list.

  23. joah December 16, 2010

    Evidence For God

    I am new to the field of apologetics and this would be a great book to add to my growing library.

  24. Mattias December 16, 2010

    Handbook of Christian Apologetics

  25. Luke Nix December 16, 2010

    Thank, Brian! Put me down for "Who Made God?".

  26. James December 16, 2010

    On Guard, by William Lane Craig

  27. Michael Baldwin December 16, 2010

    'Is God just a Human Invention', would be SO useful.
    Thanks for your generosity!

  28. Branches December 16, 2010

    I have had my eye on "Who Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything" by Edgar Andrews for a while and would benefit greatly from it.

  29. richard December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God

  30. Josh December 16, 2010

    "Who Made God," the subtitle (Searching for a Theory of Everything) really gets my attention and I could mark it off my Amazon wish list.

  31. jwwartick.com December 16, 2010

    "Evidence for God" sounds awesome.

  32. BBB December 16, 2010

    Who made God? please =)

  33. Seth December 16, 2010

    I would really like to read "Who made God?" That book sounds really interesting.

    Apologetics315 rocks the house.

  34. Teeps (Terry Palmer) December 16, 2010

    Who made God works for me. Thanks for the blog. Keep up the great work.

  35. dashworth December 16, 2010

    'Who Made God' has been on my wishlist for a long time. Thanks for offering this up Brian!

    Daniel

  36. Darren Webb December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God is my pick

  37. Rob December 16, 2010

    I'd like, "Is God just a Human Invention?" Thanks!

  38. paulcorrado December 16, 2010

    Is God Just a Human Invention?, thanks.

  39. emmzee December 16, 2010

    Even tho Who Made God has been on my list for awhile, my pick is Evidence for God (Dembski & Licona)

    Thanks!

  40. Caleb December 16, 2010

    Who Made God.

  41. DeLano J Sheffield I December 16, 2010

    Have to go with

    On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig

    Get the Gospel to the World!

  42. Afortiori550 December 16, 2010

    Evidence For God. Thanks!

  43. Ken Lewis December 16, 2010

    Who Made God. Thanks

  44. winteryknight December 16, 2010

    I want Evidence for God, it's the only one I don't have (that I want). I have #1, #2 and #4 already!

  45. Oswaldo Ortiz December 16, 2010

    They all look great, but the "Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics" would be awesome. Also, it seems to be the least requested so far, hopefully increasing my chances of winning. Thanks!

  46. Hendrik van der Breggen December 16, 2010

    I hereby choose Who Made God. (I already have the other fine books.) Thanks!

  47. Kief December 16, 2010

    Who made God?

  48. Tiffany December 16, 2010

    "Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics", please!! Thanks for all you guys do!!

  49. Soundsmith December 16, 2010

    My choice will be "Who made God?" I really appreciate the work you are doing. I have been greatly benefited. God Bless. Rampert

  50. Blake December 16, 2010

    Who Made God?

    That's my pick.

    Thanks.

  51. Dan December 16, 2010

    On Guard!

  52. Susan Joy Clark December 16, 2010

    "Evidence for God" Thanks. : )

  53. Rob December 16, 2010

    Pocket handbook looks handy,

  54. Jimmy December 16, 2010

    Just one? In that case, Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics, please. Thanks!

  55. Juuso December 16, 2010

    One vote more for Peter Kreeft and Tacelli's Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics.

  56. Anthony December 16, 2010

    I think that "Who Made God?" would be an excellent winter read!

  57. Matthew December 16, 2010

    Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics.

  58. Carl Schuster December 16, 2010

    Evidence for God! God bless

  59. Jeffry December 16, 2010

    After your great interview with Edgar Andrews, I've just got to read "Who Made God?" Thanks!

  60. Fred December 16, 2010

    Because I almost instantly go out and buy the stuff you recommend, I've got Who Made God, Evidence for God, On Guard. So: I would LOVE to get Is God Just a Human Invention?

    Thanks!!

  61. Brandon December 16, 2010

    Hi Brian! Put me in for "Is God Just a Human Invention?"

  62. Jordan December 16, 2010

    Kreeft's "Pocket Handbook of Apologetics"

  63. truthzifollow December 17, 2010

    I would like "Who Made GOD" for it is highly recommended and is considered an easy read. I work @ a juvenile prison and don't have time to respond to the various questions and be a good guard. Most of the books in my library (Schaeffer & G. Clark) are to technical for the kids to follow. So I would read the book and, if it is as good as you say, pass it to the various kids.

  64. J. K. Jones December 17, 2010

    "Is God Just a Human Invention?"

  65. Gem December 17, 2010

    Greeting from New Zealand.
    I would love to have "Who Made God" for this is the current issue I am facing when dealing with naturalist and atheists in New Zealand.

  66. MiaZagora December 17, 2010

    On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision

  67. Ian Murray December 17, 2010

    Thanks for this contest, and a pre-congratulations from me to the winner.

    My choice is:

    "WHO MADE GOD?" by Edgar Andrews

    Ian Murray
    http://www.adefence.blogspot.com

  68. Jeremy December 17, 2010

    The book "Who Made God" would be a great gift!

    Thanks!

  69. Nick Potts December 17, 2010

    Jeez! That's a lot of comments! Hmm, that's a toughie…either Evidence for God or On Guard….hmm…

    I'll go with On Guard by William Lane Craig!!

  70. Daniel December 17, 2010

    Evidence for God by Dembski and Licona.

  71. William Dicks December 17, 2010

    All great books, but my choice would be "Who Made God?"

  72. janimar December 18, 2010

    Evidence for God; follow you on Google Reader

  73. Dante December 18, 2010

    Would love to win a copy of Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics!

    I follow through FB.

  74. faithparenting December 18, 2010

    On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision

    Follower on FB

    God Bless,
    Clint Wilson

  75. Paul McCauley December 18, 2010

    Hi Brian

    On Guard!

    Thanks

  76. The Apologetic Front December 19, 2010

    On Guard!

  77. bossmanham December 19, 2010

    I'd like Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science.

  78. Sonny Perron-Nault December 19, 2010

    I would go with On Guard by William Lane Craig…

    Thanks!

  79. Samuel Armstrong December 20, 2010

    On Guard by William Lane Craig

    Merry Christmas!

  80. Monte73 December 20, 2010

    "Evidence for God," please. Merry Christmas!

  81. wwjd3 December 21, 2010

    Kreeft's Pocket Handbook of Christian Apologetics!

  82. Joan December 22, 2010

    Who Made God?

    Thanks for all you do.

  83. Mike December 23, 2010

    On Guard

    Thanks for making your site great.

  84. Brian Auten December 23, 2010

    Carl Schuster, Robert Hunt, and winteryknight are the random drawing winners. Carl and Robert, please email Apologetics 315 with your contact information.