Brazos Press June Ebook Specials (One is Free Today!)

We are excited to announce that all day today (June 4), Terence Nichols’s Brazos book Death and Afterlife: A Theological Introduction is free to download as an ebook.

This biblical examination of the afterlife addresses both contemporary and perennial human questions about death and what lies beyond. These questions are timeless and Nichols’s message is needed now more than ever, so we are excited to offer his ebook free for download.

The Death and Afterlife ebook can be downloaded at:
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Christianbook.com

This promotion is a part of the June ebook specials currently going on for multiple Brazos Press and Baker Academic titles.

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All of these ebooks are at least 50% off (and, in most cases, more):



Church in the Present Tense: A Candid Look at What’s Emerging by Scot McKnight, Peter Rollins, Kevin J. Corcoran, and Jason Clark
Jesus and Money: A Guide for Times of Financial Crisis by Ben Witherington III
Death and Afterlife: A Theological Introduction by Terence Nichols
God Hides in Plain Sight: How to See the Sacred in a Chaotic World by Dean Nelson
The Forgotten Ways Handbook: A Practical Guide for Developing Missional Churches by Alan Hirsch with Darryn Altclass
Ephesians (Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture series) by Peter S. Williamson

You can read more regarding the special ebook sale prices at www.brazospress.com/ebookspecials.

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  1. […] Brazos Press June Ebook Specials (One is Free Today!). Joel Landon Watts is a Masters of Theological Studies student with a focus in Mimetic Criticism of the Gospel of Mark. His interests include exploring the role of mimesis in human civilization, specifically in the study of religion and media, as well as science fiction and the way in which it has allowed mythology to be explored in light of scientific ideals of the past century. Currently, he is a TA for Old Testament at United Theological Seminary under Dr. Vivian Johnson, Associate Professor of Old Testament. His first book, Rhetorical Strategies of the Evangelist: Mimetic Criticism of the Gospel of Mark, is expected to be published by Wipf and Stock early next year. He is currently co-editing a book on moving from Fear to Faith (Energion, 2013).Connect me on Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Website […]