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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Jesus against the Scribal Elite Giveaway—Chris Keith

The good folks at Baker Academic are giving away a copy of my new book, Jesus against the Scribal Elite.  You know how to enter:  (1) leave a comment; (2) sign up to follow the blog and leave a comment saying you did; and (3) share this post on Facebook or any other form of social media and leave a comment saying you did (you can leave a comment for each place shared).  Don't forget to leave comments since that's how we determine the winner.  For the wild card category this time, you can leave your favorite quotes from either of two of my favorite movies:  Tombstone and Dazed and Confused.  Here's mine from the first, from a young Val Kilmer in the best role he's ever played:  "Why, Ike, whatever do you mean? . . .  Maybe poker's just not your game, Ike.  I know!  Let's have a spelling contest."  And here's mine from the second, from a young Ben Affleck:  "I'm sorry, ma'am, I was just escorting your fine young son home from school.  There's some ruffians about. . . ."  As a request, though, let's keep the quotations relatively clean.

96 comments:

  1. And Dazed and Confused (not the movie but the song) is one of the best songs that I've ever heard. Anyway, I try to prove luck, another time, in these fantastic (now Baker) giveaways.

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  2. Stalking this blog since 33 CE.

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  3. Comment.
    Done #s 1 and 3. (I think I've done #2 in the past. Beside this morning).
    T: "It's true, you are a good woman. Then again, you may be the antichrist."
    D&C: "I'm just trying to be honest about being a misanthrope."

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  4. "So run you cur, run. Tell all the other curs the law's comin'. You tell 'em I'm coming. And hell's coming with me. You hear? HELL'S COMING WITH ME!"

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  5. Here's one from Tombstone I use all the time:

    "It's like I'm sittin' here playin' cards with my brothers kids, er somethin'!"—Johnny Tyler

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  6. Shared on Facebook:

    https://www.facebook.com/EverydayRev/posts/614792488591165?stream_ref=1

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  7. And on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/EverydayRev/status/451716991871488001

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  8. This is my comment and I already follow the blog.

    Dazed and Confused quote:

    "George Washington was in a cult, and the cult was into aliens man; you didn't know that?" -Slater

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  9. This is my comment and I already follow the blog.

    Dazed and Confused quote:

    "George Washington was in a cult, and the cult was into aliens man; you didn't know that?" -Slater

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  10. Maybe this time.

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  11. Already did #2, and just did #s 1 and 2. Favorite quote:

    "You're no Daisy. You're no Daisy 'tall."

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  12. That's what I love about these books, man. I get older, they stay the same age.

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  13. I read your Jesus' Literacy book, so now I have to read the follow-up.

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  14. It is a tie between two Doc Holliday quotes "my hypocrisy knows no bounds" and "I have two guns, one for each of ya"

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  15. And now following the blog, as well. :-) (I mean, I was following it before, but now it's official.)

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  16. Here's entry number one - thanks for another opportunity.

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  17. Posted on good ol' Facebook (number three).

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  18. I'm pretty sure that I'm illegible for this fine prize, but I've always been partial to:
    "Are you gonna do something, or just stand there and bleed?"

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  19. I already follow the blog.

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  20. I love the "HELL'S COMING WITH ME!"bit.

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  21. Have really enjoyed this blog -- especially the give-a-ways!

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  22. I signed up to follow the blog about 7 months ago.

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  23. Have shared this post on Twitter.

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  24. Favorite Tombstone quote: "Why, Johnny Ringo -- you look like someone just walked over your grave."

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  25. Doc Holliday - "In vino veritas."

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  26. Following the blog, Paul M.

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  27. Is there anyone who won twice?

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  28. I tweeted the giveaway

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  29. have shared on the twitter machine.

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  30. have also shared on the facebook.

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  31. I shared the giveaway on Facebook.

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  32. Comment fulfilling criterion one.

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  33. "Why Johnny Ringo. You look like someone just walked over your grave"

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  34. I already have the book but would happily have another copy to lend to others.

    Jeff

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  35. "I'm your huckleberry"

    Jeff

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  36. Also shared via Facebook.

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  37. Been following The Jesus Blog for some time now.

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  38. As my comment for entry method number 1, I'll admit that I haven't seen either of your two favorite movies. I'm so uncool.

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  39. And, of course, I follow almost every day this blog!

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  40. So, good job and very good tool to learn more and more about the news of the biblical (and often freak!) academic world.

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  41. shared the giveaway on Google+

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  42. Favorite quotation from Tombstone: "It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds." -Doc Holliday

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  43. I already follow this blog...does that count?

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  44. I'd love a copy of Chris' book.

    --Jeff

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  45. Please almighty Numer Generator pick me!

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  46. I'm here, Huckleberry.

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  47. Attempting to be literate on the historical Jesus requires dining with this book.

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  48. What do Ricky Bobby and Chris Keith have in common? I am hoping to find out by reading Chris' book

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    1. You act like there's just one thing! Dear Baby Jesus...

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  49. Would love to win the book.

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  50. Would really love to win the book.

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  51. Seriously, I'd really love to win the book.

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  52. Looks like a cool read, sign me up! I'm a pastor, btw, so help a brother out!

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  53. "I have two guns. One for each of you." Following.

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  54. This book has been on my wish list.

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  55. I have been following this blog for a while now.

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  56. Posted a notice about the giveaway in my Facebook status update.

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  57. When the results? Have I missed something?

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