Win Logos 5 Gold: Limited Time Remaining!

Christian Discourse

Last week you learned that you could win Logos 5 Gold (a $1,549.95 value) by sharing your biblical insight on ChristianDiscourse.com.

We’ll have a winner on September 16 at midnight (EDT). The person who shares the most from Christian Discourse to Facebook or Twitter before then will win Logos 5 Gold or an upgrade equivalent. And four runners-up will win the 13-volume Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection (a $534.95 value).

Right now, Christian Discourse users are discussing important topics, from Bible questions to ministry methods to current events. And just for participating in these discussions, you’ll get the chance to win a massive biblical and theological library—a suite of powerful tools that will help you explore these questions in your own studies.

Plus, four runners-up will win the 13-volume Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection, which summarizes the Pauline writings in an easy-to-follow format. These unique books distill the most relevant and helpful content on this subject so that you can quickly find what you need. Four runners-up will win a free copy of this collection just for sharing their insights—and you could be one of them.

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Christian Discourse is a place for honest conversations about the things that matter most. It’s designed to guide you in exploring Christianity through discussion. You’ll find conversations on theology, apologetics, devotional thoughts, Bible questions, and more—all tied to Christian living. Discover biblical insights from followers of Christ on our culture’s most pertinent issues and our world’s most pressing troubles.

The best part: you can join in and contribute to the discussion. Your thoughts and concerns matter—Christian Discourse is a safe place to share them with your family in Christ.

Join the conversation today!

Comments

  1. This is a great opportunity!! It will definitely help as I begin my master’s degree! :)

  2. This would be great to win!

  3. Winning might cause me to ask for another "dance". Seriously, this is a great offer. Now where are the questions…

  4. Delwyn Xavier Campbell says:

    Someone else raised a valid point: this contest is asking us to do what is normaly a major breach of nettiquette. It asks us to become spammers for the sake of selfish gain. Is that righteous?

  5. Matthew McGüire says:

    When will the winners be announced?