Romans commentary winner!

We had a great response for our giveaway of Doug Moo’s commentary on Romans. Sadly, though, I was only dumb enough to have acquired one spare copy. So, that’s all I have to give away.

The winner of our little contest was Kevin Sam who runs an interesting blog over at New Epistles. If you’re particularly frustrated that you didn’t win the commentary, you can probably go over there and leave him hate comments or something. I’m sure that’s what Paul would have done anyway.

I’ve also been contacted by someone who liked the idea of sharing the wealth by giving away duplicates of good books, and that person has contributed another really good book for us to give away next. Keep an eye out for that announcement soon.

About Marc Cortez

Theology Prof and Dean at Western Seminary, husband, father, & blogger, who loves theology, church history, ministry, pop culture, books, and life in general.

Posted on September 15, 2010, in Book Giveaways and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Man, that’s not fair; I bet Sam is some how related to Western’s ThM program or something ūüėČ !

    • Hey now, give us the benefit of the doubt here. If we were going to scam people with a fake competition, we definitely would have picked a much bigger prize.

  2. Excellent, glad he won! I would have entered, but I just bought the book recently in preparation for one of my courses.

  3. I’m extremely honored to have won this commentary by Moo. Others are just as deserving, or undeserving as myself. I’m not good at giving long thank you speeches so I’ll just say thank you Marc for selecting me.

  4. Kevin, I’m glad that this worked out for you. I hope it will help with your Dmin work. If you’ll send me your address, I’ll get this shipped out to you right away.

  5. Marc, I’m sure it’ll help me along the way somewhere in my Dmin program at Acadia. Some reviews rate this as one of the top evangelical commentaries on Romans.

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