Win a Free Copy of The Pentateuch: A Source Critical Version of the Five Books of Moses

Win a Free Copy of The Pentateuch: A Source Critical Version of the Five Books of Moses

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Zombie Popcorn is happy to bring you this contest/giveaway because normally we give away books from people who are not within the Zombie Popcorn family – not this time.  This book comes from Zombie Popcorn’s very own host of This Non-Religious Life, Mr. Kenneth Montville!

 

The Pentateuch: A Source Critical Version of the Five Books of Moses

Pentateuch: A Source Critical Version of the Five Books of Moses is a source critical version of the Pentateuch incorporating the JEDP model. Individual sources are color coded for readers to distinguish which sections were composed by which writers. Indices include weights and measures, narrative sections, texts and resources, and a timeline from the arrival of Hittites in Asia Minor to the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem.

 

Now, the information you have been waiting for;
 HOW TO ENTER THE CONTEST!

All you have to do is follow these easy steps.

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  4. Leave a Comment below telling Zombie Popcorn why you want this book.
  5. Subscribe to the Zombie Popcorn Newsletter – This step is optional, but it will increase your chances of winning.

 

Contest ends on 8 July 2012

Winners will be picked at Midnight  and will be notified by email.

All steps must be followed.  If any information is missing you will not be eligible to win.
This contest is only open to anyone, anywhere – yes, this is a worldwide event!   If you live in the United States and are  under 18 and wish to enter please get permission from your parent or guardian. By entering this giveaway you agree to the rules and confirm that you are over the age of 18 or are under 18 and received parental permission to enter. Winners will be emailed and will have 48 hrs to respond to claim prize.

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Comments
  • ben frey1

    July 8, 2012

    I’d really like to have a copy of this book so i can pass it around with the SSA at ODU group!!!

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  • Kim2

    June 4, 2012

    I would love to win this book! Kenneth is a friend of mine, and we at one time, used to work together. I’m so proud of his huge accomplishment!

    I was never raised religious (in fact, my parents didn’t even want me to go to church until I was 18 and could choose for myself what I wanted, which by that time, I was perfectly satisfied with NOT going); however, I come from a very religious hometown, full of extremists and evangelicals.

    In high school, I read the Bible for the first time. In college, I studied it. I’d love to read a secular perspective on it all by none other than someone I already know and trust.

    Reply
  • Andrea3

    May 28, 2012

    As someone who was raised Protestant, I was never allowed to ask questions about the Bible that did not align with traditional Christian teachings. And even after I drifted away from the teachings of my childhood, for a long time, I chose to ignore religion whenever possible. I just treated it as an untouchable subject. Now, for roughly a year or so, i’m comfortable enough with my current stance that I’ve no longer been trying to ignore the subject, but instead, I’ve been trying to learn as much about it as I can. I want to know the answers to the questions I couldn’t ask as a kid. And I am interested in learning about Christianity from a secular perspective. I’m particularly interested in the documents that make up the Bible, about which I know embarrassingly little. I would love to study a copy of this book. I think it would be a huge help to me, and I find it incredibly fascinating.

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  • Jack4

    May 22, 2012

    This is really cool – thanks for the giveaway! I don’t tweet, but am a newsletter subscriber

    Reply

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