I’m Giving Away A Reformation Study Bible!

It’s the last Friday of June and the last day of my time off from work (until August, that is). So to celebrate, I want to give YOU a present. That’s why I’m giving away a brand new Reformation Study Bible in the ESV translation. Produced by Ligonier Ministries and featuring the work of more than fifty scholars, this Study Bible features thousands of in-depth (and accessible) study notes, 96 theological articles, 19 in-text maps, colored maps, and 12 charts designed to help you better understand the Scriptures.

This Bible also includes a free trial subscription to Tabletalk Magazine. Every issue is packed with great articles and devotional materials that are sure to be a blessing to you.

I’ll be using Punchtab for this giveaway as the first time around it went really smoothly overall. (RSS Readers, you’ll need to click through to the post to see widget.)

The question for the giveaway today is:

What’s your favorite book by R.C. Sproul and why?

Contest ends at midnight. The winner will be contacted tomorrow via email. Thanks for entering!

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  • http://mrben.jedimoose.org/ mrben

    OK. Confession time. I think the _only_ RC Sproul book I’ve read is a novel called “Johnny Come Home”. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506281573 Andrew Finden

    The holiness of God is fantastic.

  • Jason kanz

    Chosen By God.  I should read it annually.  It is that good. 

  • Anonymous

    Although I have not read it in its entirety, his book “The Holiness of God” has underlined the importance of not relying on my own so called “righteousness”.

  • Anonymous

    The Holiness of God – It was my first Sproul book to read. His passion struck me.

  • http://my-livinghope.blogspot.com/ Brandon Lehr

    I recently listened to The Holiness of God from ChristianAudio

  • http://www.benreed.net Ben Reed

    The Holiness of God.  Helped me think more clearly about God and theology in college.

  • http://twitter.com/kmf Karl Fischer

    I’m really enjoying “Knowing Scripture” it’s awesome! RC is a genius.

  • http://www.craighurst.wordpress.com Churst555

    What is Reformed Theology?

  • http://twitter.com/willieharris Willie Harris, Jr.

    I was first exposed to RC via the Truth Project and since listened to a lot of his lectures and read his articles but have not read any of his books yet, but I really want to read Chosen by God. I always hearing about how great it is.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=638953184 Robert Ward

    I really like The Holiness of God, but I appreciate Chosen By God (though I haven’t read it!) for how it encouraged my wife through questions of God’s sovereignty in salvation. Very thankful.

  • RevTubbs

    It is a tie between The Consequences of Ideas, The Holiness of God, and The Truth of the Cross. 

  • http://twitter.com/fgantz Frank Gantz

    My fav book is The Lord’s Prayer.  The application to my own prayer life as been invaluable.

  • Tammy Churchill

    My favorite book by R.C. Sproul would be ‘The Holiness of God’ due to the impact it had on my approach to God.  That synergy between realizing just Who God is in His Holiness and the privilege we have of coming into His presence makes my prayer life literally vibrate with energy.

  • Doc B

    Chosen by God…it changed my theological outlook.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-Heath/548385509 David Heath

    I have not read much of R.C Sproul aside from in the Study Bible I had and gave to somebody who needed it.

  • Daniel Bagley

    Chosen by God: In the book Sproul shows the joy of predestination.

  • Gavin

    Chosen By God… Then, The Holiness of God.

  • http://www.aaronsellars.com Aaron Sellars

    Holiness of God.  Gives you an accurate and appropriate view of God and our response to Him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1353464032 Danny Bias

    I would have to say, What is Reformed Theology or his commentary on the gospel of John.

  • Rusty

    The Invisible Hand because he makes a great statement about the problem of evil. ” … to say that it is good that there is evil is simply to declare that God is good and that His provenience extends to all things, including evil”

  • Brian Hodge

    Chosen By God

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chase-Collins/1305122501 Chase Collins

    Definitely The Holiness of God.

  • Raymond D.

    Chosen By God.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Becky-Pliego/100000416096103 Becky Pliego

    My favorite book by R.C. Sproul is the Holiness of God.  Why? Because it was after reading it that I knew, that I understood that I was living in the Sacred. That I was walking all my life before the Holy, Holy, Holy God.

  • http://www.christiansincontext.com Jared Totten

    The Holiness of God

  • Ho

    I not sure am I have read R.C. Sproul books.. But, i will go try to look for his book and read them up…

  • Debbie

    The Holiness of God.

  • Jim H

    The one I like is his study on 1 & 2nd Peter. Our small group is going through the John MacArthur study on those books and I wanted something else to study, something that would be a different perspective. I like it because…well, it just seems like a breath of fresh air. Something that is easy to read, easy to understand, taking you deeper in thought than you would normally go.

  • Itcbeth

    The Invisable Hand of God. First Sproul book I ever read.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jasonmbradshaw Jason Bradshaw

    The holiness of God is only book I’ve read by him but I use the Ligonier iPhone app nearly every day.

  • http://profiles.google.com/paul.bruggink1 Paul Bruggink

    “Now, That’s a Good Question!” because of the wide range of topics covered.

  • Elizabeth DeBarros

    I thoroughly enjoyed Sproul’s book, “Holiness of God.” It was rich and thought-provoking, but not overly scholarly, making for an easy, rewarding read. I read it three times in one year! The second time was with an online book discussion (Tim Challies) and the third time was a private discussion with two friends.

    -Elizabeth DeBarros

  • Aaron W. Matthews

    “The Holiness of God” because it sets the holiness of God in an exalted place in the believer’s life. It digs beneath the top-soil layer of what it means to call God holy. It is a terrifying, and beautiful, reality that leaves you in awe of God’s uniqueness and splendor.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BRCZU7NZILZDYKMVHS26ONBAM4 Rob

    “Now that’s a good question” is my favorite.

  • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

    Thanks for all the comments folks – a lot of you were really impacted by The Holiness of God. It’s one of my favorites as well (along with Knowing Scripture). 

    Jared Totten was the winner of the contest & his Bible will arrive soon!