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Friday, September 13, 2013

ICC James (Dale C. Allison Jr.) Book Giveaway!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.

In case you missed it, the long-anticipated arrival of Dale Allison's James commentary is upon us. In celebration of this momentous occasion and with the support of T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, The Jesus Blog is giving away a copy (a $130 value).*  You can enter as many as six times in the comments below:

1) Sign up to follow The Jesus Blog (and comment saying that you did).

2) Post a link to The Jesus Blog on Facebook (and comment saying that you did).

3) Sign up to follow via Twitter @TheJesusBlog1 (and comment saying that you did).

4) Visit http://tandtclark.typepad.com/ (and comment below saying that you did).

5) Sign up to follow the T&T Clark twitter feed @tandttclark (and comment saying that you did).

6) Commit to attending the panel review dedicated to this commentary hosted by the Jewish-Christian Dialogue and Sacred Texts consultation in Baltimore (11/25/2013; 4:00PM; Room: Peale A - Hilton)... and write your bald-faced lie in the comments below.

-anthony

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*If the winner ends up being from outside the United States, I might ask for a small shipping fee because this book is mammoth. 





76 comments:

  1. I commented on facebook, checked out T & T Clark, and followed them on Twitter. Just booked my plane ticket to Maryland!

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  2. I signed up to follow your blog. I have been reading regularly for a while. I'd love to have Allison's James commentary. I use the Davies/Allison Matthew ICC volumes often and read Allison's Constructing Jesus last winter.

    Ken Berry

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  3. Posted a link to The Jesus Blog on Facebook.

    Ken Berry

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  4. Visited the T & T Clark blog and website. Glad to see more books available in more affordable ebook and paperback editions.

    Ken Berry

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  5. The SBL panel review is a very attractive option. (I generally enjoy panel reviews, and I have always enjoyed hearing Allison. His paper last year was perhaps the most interesting one I heard.) But I notice that some guy named Chris Keith (last name?) is presenting at the same time in the Historical Jesus section. Decisions, decisions.

    Ken Berry

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  6. I am going to be in Baltimore for SBL, and will show up if I get the book for free!

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    1. I greatly appreciate your honesty, Bobby.

      You, however, lose.

      -anthony

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  7. I visited http://tandtclark.typepad.com/.

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  8. I've subscribed to your Twitter feed

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  9. I've visited the T&T Clark website

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  10. I have committed to attend the panel review of this commentary in Baltimore.

    So... Actually attending the panel is not worth an extra entry to me, but lying about attending apparently is... As you can see from these actions, I am in desperate need of more study on the book of James.

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  11. Anthony, I read your Historical Jesus book a couple of weeks ago. I don't suppose that would earn me an extra entry for the James commentary. And I have also started reading Jesus, Criteria, and the Demise of Authenticity.

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  12. I already follow this blog. Does that count?

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  13. I plan to be in Baltimore, but I won't lie. I'll probably won't attend this session just because I am not fond of sessions dedicated to book reviews. I prefer to hear presentations or papers. ;-)

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  14. I follow the Jesus Blog religiously.

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  15. I follow @TheJesusBlog1 on twitter.

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  16. I follow @tandtclark on twitter.

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  17. I visited tandtclark.typepad.com.

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  18. I regularly post interesting articles from The Jesus Blog on facebook.

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  19. I am considerably interested in Allison's work on James--receiving his commentary for free (or with shipping costs to AUS) would significantly increase the likelihood of my attendance at the book review panel ;)

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  20. Posted on Facebook.

    https://www.facebook.com/dannyyencich/posts/517096667962

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  21. Dropped by http://tandtclark.typepad.com/.

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  22. Following the blog on Twitter (@AJDTS)

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  23. Foul! Foul! They should be able to get points for coming to my SBL, too! Take your loss in the poll like a man, Le Donne Juan!

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  24. posted on facebook.
    greetings from germany! :)

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  25. Anthony, I love these giveaways that you do. It puts good books in the hands of interested people. By the way, I've posted a link to this giveaway blog on my Facebook page and visited T&T.

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  26. @Chris Keith - If you just give me Alison's James commentary, I'll for sure come to your session instead.

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  27. I signed up to follow @thejesusblog1 on twitter

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  28. I visited http://tandtclark.typepad.com/

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  29. I followed @tandtclark on twitter.

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  30. I follow the Jesus Blog on Twitter!

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  31. I started follow this blog also on twitter.
    - Cornelis

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  32. Following "The Jesus Blog". Checked t&tclark blog.

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  33. Is it a lie if the person giving away the free book knows I'm lying about going to listen to a review panel in Baltimore? Also if I win because of this post, will everyone who entered be mad at me for it or bummed that they didn't do the same?

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  34. I visited http://tandtclark.typepad.com/

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  35. Shared The Jesus Blog on Facebook; Following The Jesus Blog on Twitter; Following T&T Clark on Twitter; Checked out T&T Clark's site. The Jesus Blog is awesome.

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  36. I signed up to follow

    J. M. Brunsman

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  37. Visited T&T Clark. I wished they weren't so expensive.

    Jeff Brunsman

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  38. Anthony,

    I did #4 (visited the T&T Clark website).

    See you in Baltimore,

    Jeff

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  39. I signed up to follow the blog, posted on facebook, following ya on twitter, and visited t and t clark. I wish I could commit to attending the panel review, but my husband will be there instead, and alas, I'll be at home, tending to a 5 month old and a 4 year old - does that count?

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  40. I signed up to follow the blog, shared on Facebook, and visited T&T Clark

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  41. I have done 1-5. Can I have my book now?

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  42. visited T and T Clark. can't wait to get it!

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  43. And visited the T and T clark site

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  44. I signed up to follow the Jesus Blog a few months ago and have enjoyed its content immensely.

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  45. I went to the T&T Clark web page.

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  46. I posted this link to the Jesus Blog on my Facebook

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  47. I hereby pledge (with my fingers securely crossed) the panel review dedicated to this commentary.

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  48. I did #1-#4 each, and already do #5.

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  49. I've signed up to follow the blog via e-mail

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  50. And I've also visited the T&T Clark blog.

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