Friday, June 17, 2011

Kindle 3G Summer Giveaway!

What are your summer reading plans? Will you be reading your books on a Kindle? You could be! Apologetics315 is hosting a summer giveaway of a Third Generation Kindle 3G. This has been such a useful tool that it seemed good to give one away.

So why not enter the drawing? Using Punchtab below, you can have multiple entries into the drawing. (And if you are looking for good apologetics books, here's a great place to start.) Once you’ve clicked the entry button, you’ll have the opportunity to increase your chances of winning by leaving a comment, mentioning the giveaway on Twitter, etc.

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Enjoy!

138 comments :

David Rodriguez said...

My first book on the kindle would be Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview by Craig and Moreland.

KP said...

My first book would be The Mind and the Machine by Matthew Dickerson.

Forti Education said...

Ravi's "Has Christianity Failed You?"

Leslie said...

My first book would be The Reason for God by Timothy Keller.

wwjd3 said...

Seeing as how I can't finish this book at home, it'd be nice for me to take Dawkin's God Delusion on the road!

Glenn Hendrickson said...

True For You But Not For Me by Paul Copan, yeah!

becklegacy said...

The Kingdom Triangle by J.P. Moreland

Jaekwon said...

Contending with Christianity's Critics would be my first book :)

Sara Blouin Taylor said...

Like wwjd3, I can't finish a book at home. I'd definitely go with Tactics, by Koukl, so I can finally finish it!

cslewislover said...

The Analytic Theist, Alvin Plantinga

Rick Baskett said...

Pilgrim's Progress :)

Mark said...

JP Moreland's "In Search of a Confident Faith: Overcoming Barriers to Trusting in God" would be the first Kindle book I would purchase.

travislambertwriter.com said...

The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology

Chad said...

Also "The Kingdom Triangle" by JP Moreland

voiceofthesheep said...

Horton's Systematic Theology

Glenn said...

I will put 5 Minute Apologist: Maximum Truth in Minimum Time by Rick Cornish!

Brian Tate said...

My first book on my new kindle would be "The decline of african american theology" by Thabiti Anyebwele. Don't know why I haven't read it yet...

Merlow said...

ESV Bible

Russell said...

This is quite a giveaway Brian!

For me, it would be one of the many early apologetic works mentioned by Dr. Tim McGrew!

Michael Baldwin said...

It's a tough question! Maybe 5 views on apologetics. =)

Andy Gray said...

Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview by Craig and Moreland would be one of my first picks.

Bessamy said...

The first book I would read is for work: SharePoint 2007 A User's Guide.

Garnet said...

God, Freedom, and Evil by a. platinga

His and glad said...

Perhaps, something missing form my C.S. Lewis collection.

bossmanham said...

The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographic​al Approach

dgfisch said...

Maybe Lee Stroebel's The Ambition, unless you must have a work on apologetics.

son of puddleglum said...

C.S. Lewis's dangerous Idea

PoeticSatire said...

Greg Koukl's Tactics

Stripe said...

:cool:

Qweexel said...

I would go for the Coffee House Chronicles by Josh McDowell and David Sterrett.

Stripe said...

I want to see "The Plot" by Pastor Bob Enyart on Kindle!

Larry Rambousek said...

The first book would be Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig.

rodrigcs said...

"Contending with Christianity's Critics: Answering New Atheists and Other Objectors" by Paul Copan

Lauren Shirley said...

The Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster.

Evan G. said...

Reasonable Faith 3rd Ed.

John Park said...

The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Habermas & Licona

Kenneth Tong said...

Desiring God by John Piper

Kenneth Tong said...

and On Guard by W.L.C.

Mikel said...

J.P. Moreland's Kingdom Triangle.

Eddie Eddings said...

The first book I would download?
Systematic Theology by Grudem

Dante said...

My first book will be Philosophical Foundations For a Christian Worldview by Craig and Moreland

Nick Potts said...

oooo....so many to think of. but, my first book would be "Christian Apologetics" by Cornelius Van Til

Linus Hallingfors said...

The first book for me would probably be " Jesus and the Eyewitnesses" by Richard Bauckham

Haecceitas said...

The first book I'd put on Kindle might be Licona's book on the historiographical approach to the resurrection of Jesus.

wrmyers said...

Tough-Minded Christianity: Legacy of John Warwick Montgomery

Sean Herbert said...

My first would be the Case books by Lee Strobel. Just getting into apologism and just now in the middle of my first book. Can't wait to dive into more

Sebastián Vega said...

Is God a Moral Monster - Mike Licona

Matt Kinsley said...

I'll be reading Lewis Chafer's Systematic Theology

Kanbei85 said...

Note on above comment by Sebastian Vega:
Paul Copan wrote "Is God a Moral Monster".

My book would be "A Theology of Inclusivism" by Neal Punt. (If they have it).

Roger said...

Paul Copan's Is God a Moral Monster.

Luke Nix said...

Licona's Historiographical Approach to the Resurrection of Jesus

Emanuel Hai said...

I would probably read Richard Swinburne's book "The Existence of God"

b6e83cf8-98e2-11e0-8bea-000bcdcb8a73 said...

The Atheist Delusion by Phil Fernandes

Sara said...

I would put the Bible on it first.

Joan said...

I will sync my Kindle on my computer so I can read all those great books everywhere!!!

jwwartick.com said...

My first book would be the Summa Theologica.

Jim said...

I'd give it to my mom. I already have one.

John Divito said...

The Bible.

UWi said...

The Bible, followed by The Screwtape Letters

gospelaxiom said...

I don't know what book I would read from kindle. I do agree with UWi in that the Bible would be great!

Timothy said...

I suppose that I will follow suit and name an apologetics title... "The Battle Belongs to the Lord" by K. Scott Oliphint: http://bit.ly/mlpYkc

spccounselor said...

The Bible for sure! I personally use the NIV, but I don't like the new gender neutral version, so maybe the New King James version. I have no idea what is available for the Kindle.

Aaron said...

The first book on the Kindle (aside from the Bible) would probably be Christianity and Liberalism by Machen

Ron said...

I would read, "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist"

Jerry said...

My first book would be "Why People Don't Believe: Confronting Seven Challenges to Christian Faith."

corey sosebee said...

My first book will be "The Empire of the Holy Spirit" by Michael Haykin.

Unknown said...

I would read Augustine's Confessions

Marc Gaerlan said...

Reasonable Faith

lacrutchfield said...

THE CHRISTIAN FAITH: A SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY FOR PILGRIMS ON THE WAY by Michael Horto

David said...

If they have it, I'd get "The Myth of Religious Neutrality: An Essay on the Hidden Role of Religious Belief in Theories, Revised Edition" by Roy Clouser.

_Nate said...

"Scaling the Secular City" would be the first book I put on it.

Mark said...

I would also get C.S. Lewis' Mere Christianity.

Mark said...

I would also like to get Tim Keller's Prodigal God.

Brad Cooper said...

Wow....There are so many ways I can think of using this. For example, I will be able to reduce the weight of the library that I pack to take with me whenever I go on vacation! :0) Thanks for offering this!!!

dashworth said...

"Is God a Moral Monster?" by Paul Copan

dpm said...

Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
by Gregory Koukl

Tom Gilson said...

First book? Christian Smith's Soul Survivors

David aubrey said...

First book - ESV study Bible

Phil Gibson said...

First book? Temptation & sin by John Owen. A must read.

Aaron Sellars said...

ESV Study Bible

John said...

My book would be either I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Geisler & Turek or A History of Apologetics by Dulles

Shark Attack said...

My first book would be Metaphysics by Peter van Inwagen.

Sharon said...

The Blank Slate by Steven Pinker

mrben said...

The first one would probably be the one I'm currently attempting to read on my laptop - A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World

sheepeatingtaz said...

First book will be a medical textbook for my wife.

Gregois said...

The first book I will put on is the Prodigal God by Timothy Keller

kris_tea said...

I think my first book will be Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. Then maybe his entire library. I have an never ending list of books that I want to read. At least this would free up some of my book shelves for all those annoying trinkets, knick-knacks, & candles that girls seem to collect mysteriously.

Clinton said...

*I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist - Geisler & Turek

redcake said...

I would get the The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Habermas and Licona

Andrew said...

Contending with Christianity's Critics

mcbrownie220 said...

I would pick Kingdom of the Cults

Poopdog said...

The Influence - Matt Slick

Trent said...

*I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist - Geisler & Turek

Jack Tai said...

The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics: Surveying the Evidence for the Truth of Christianity

Jack Tai said...

Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science by Michael Licona and William A. Dembski

JudoJedi said...

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis: this book was revealed to me just as existentialism was sinking my faith. Thank God for His timing!

moosetracks said...

That you may prosper by Ray Sutton.

Emmybear411 said...

THANK YOU so much for this I have been wanting an e-reader F-O-R-E-V-E-R literally PLUS this takes place right before my birthday:)!!!!! Yayyy:)!!!!! Hmmm my first book would be pride and prejudice by jane austen-my FAVORITE classic I LOVE it<3!!! my e-mail is mslamani@hotmail.com THANK YOU SO MUCH:D!!!!!!!

elohimito said...

The Next Story by Tim Challies

JeremyT said...

I think I shall download one of the Challies books :D

Gstroud said...

Resident Aliens by Stanely Hauerwas and WIlliam H. Willimon

thousandthman said...

My first book would be The Collected Works of G K Chesterton

Starr said...

My first book would be On Guard: Defeding Your Faith with Reason and Precision by William Lane Craig.

Tim said...

Whatever is new by Michael Horton.

LeonSagara said...

The Bible and probably I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist by Geisler and Turek.

UWi said...

The Bible and Mere Christianity and the Screwtape Letters :)

pastorbenjamin said...

Defending Your Faith by R.C. Sproul

Joah said...

Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology would be a great 1st book to have mobile

Yossman said...

N.T. Wright, Moltmann, Bonhoeffer...

Gem said...

I would love to start with ESV Bible first then systematic Theology then apologetics.

slothouber said...

Brueggemann 'Out of Babylon'

Doug said...

Keller "The Reason for God"

Holly B said...

I would get the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo!

cheska said...

Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview by Craig and Moreland :)

marcuscollins said...

i've heard good things about Geisler and Turek's "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist", so perhaps that would be the first book i'd read.

Scott said...

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth by Gordon Fee

Robbio said...

Wright's "The Resurrection of the Son of God"

Karin H said...

"Testing Christianity's Truth Claims" by Gordon Lewis

repre5entyhwh said...

Presuppositional Apologetics Stated and Defended - Greg Bahnsen

INTJ22 said...

"Communion with the Triune God" by John Owen

Mark said...

Screwtape letters by CS Lewis

Mark said...

Crazy Love by Francis Chan

Mark said...

Orthodoxy by GK Chesterton

Mark said...

Think by John Piper

Mark said...

40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible by Robert Plummer

Mark said...

Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren

Mark said...

9 Marks of a Healthy Church by Mark Dever

Mark said...

No wonder they call him the savior by Max Lucado

janimar said...

The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology

Anthony said...

My first Kindle book would either be Koukl's "Tactics" or Meyer's "Signature in the Cell"

Bill K said...

My first would probably be The Ministry of Intercession by Andrew Murray. If God isn't an integral part of everything I do, then what I do has no spiritual value.

Neil said...

First book would be Groothuis' Truth Decay!

Marissa said...

"Smooth Stones:
Bringing Down the Giant Questions of Apologetics"

Raydancer said...

I'd probably start with G. K. Chesterton's works, as most of them seem to be free via Kindle.

Kelly said...

Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings

Fred said...

Definitely: Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview!

Andrew said...

probably the controversial "Love Wins" by Rob Bell - just to see what all the fuss is about!

tawlingyasku said...

Apologetics study bible

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