Book giveaway: John’s Gospel or Revelation
We have in the past received requests from authors to provide book giveaways, but never really felt ready to do so. This is sort of a trial run, using my own books, to see if giveaways draw any interest. If they do, then we’ll continue offering giveaways on a periodic basis, direct from the authors of books we review.
Help us make this a fun thing! Even if you own my books, I’d appreciate a “share.” We’ve tried to make it really easy to enter, avoiding forms and privacy issues. Just click on the link below and follow the two steps.
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The River of Life
The Way It Happened
|Revelation: A love story gone awry.||The Gospel: A love story set aright.|
What really happened 2,000 years ago? How did a persecuted minority of end-time believers known as Christians, with their dreams of Armageddon and a conquering Messiah named Jesus, evolve into the largest religion in the world? Author Lee Harmon explores the period in which the New Testament was written in his books about John's Gospel and Revelation.
(Bloggers: you may be eligible for a free review copy! Just contact us.)
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