GIVEAWAY: Karl Barth In Plain Language by Stephen Morrison

July 23, 2017 Update: The Barth Book Giveaway has officially ended. Congratulations to winners: Zach Emerson, Allen Rea, Jessica Paulsen, and Denis C. Pleșa.  

The PostBarthian Barth Book Giveaway has now started! We are giving away three paperback copies and one digital copy of  Stephen Morrison's Karl Barth In Plain English this week! There are three ways to win, so continue reading to learn about the book and how to enter to win a free copy!

Stephen Morrison's Karl Barth In Plain English

Stephen D. Morrison describes Karl Barth in Plain English as introduction to Karl Barth, that "is a book for beginners, by a beginner" and it aims to be a clear and concise introduction to the theology of Karl Barth. Written from one amateur to another, Stephen hopes to introduce you to Barth's complex thought without all the confusing theological jargon often involved in discussions of his work. It's a great 200 page book that summarizes Karl Barth's key ideas and I really enjoyed the book. For more information about the book, read my recent review.

Three Ways to Enter

There are three ways to win! Enter up to three times, by following each of the following ways to enter this PostBarthian giveaway:

1.) :  Leave a comment on this post with your name and valid email.

2.) : Follow @postbarthian on twitter, and tweet a link to this giveaway post with @postbarthian tagged in it.

3.) : Like the PostBarthian facebook page, and leave a comment on the facebook giveaway post

Rules and Disclaimers

  1. Books will only be shipped to locations within the United States of America. 
  2. The digital copy is available to international winners in either PDF, ePub or Kindle format. 
  3. Winners will be announced on Friday, July 28th.
  4. Winners must respond within one week via email with a USA mailing address to send the book to receive the prize (Sat, August 5th, 2017). Otherwise, they will forfeit the giveaway prize. 
  5. Winners may only receive one book per mailing address.
  6. Winners may only receive one book per person.
  7. Contestants may enter up to three times by each of the "Three Ways to Enter". 
  8. Only one entry will be considered in each of the "Three Ways to Enter".
  9. Entries via facebook, are according to facebook's rules for giveaways(Facebook is completely released by all entrants and participants; and this promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.)
  10. Entries via twitter, are according to twitter's rules for giveaways

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  1. Casey Russo, xxx

  2. I’m a Barth beginner. Need this!

  3. This would be a great addition to my library.

  4. Don’t forget Russians 😀

  5. Would love to give this a read!

  6. Would love to begin my Barth adventures

  7. This would be nice getting ready to start my MDiv.

  8. Would love to have this collection in my pastoral library!

  9. Would love this!

  10. I would LOVE this. Barth rocked my world while I was in seminary. The Dogmatics changed my life.

  11. This would be a great addition to my library!

  12. Eric Pelletier

  13. Count me in 😀

  14. Deus dixit!

  15. I’ve read “‘The Early Preaching of Karl Barth: Fourteen Sermons with Commentary by William H. Willimon
    And found it very enjoyable .
    I’d love to win this book , Barth in plain language .
    I’m in Canada , but I’d settle tmfor the PDF doc , if I’m the fortunate candidate . Thanks for the chance .

  16. I would love to read this book as a beginner in Barth studies. I pray I get the chance.

  17. I’d love to read it!

  18. As a lay preacher, I think I could use these.

  19. I’d love to read this. Barth is new to me and I’ve been looking for a place to start.

  20. Excited for this ine

  21. ^basically what the majority of the comments above said

  22. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks.

  23. I think it would be very interesting to read this, and it would make it easier to understand.

  24. I’d like to read this.

  25. I would love to read this book, trying to reacquaint myself
    with the major theologians in preparation for priesthood.

  26. Thanks!

  27. Comment to enter!

  28. Not that I’d deprive Steve the 10 bucks to buy his book (I’m going to buy it anyway) but the German accountant in me can’t pass on this opportunity. Ha.

  29. Awesome!

  30. Woo hoo! I caught the Barth-Bug. Eager to learn.

  31. Interested to read this!! =)

  32. This is a genuine comment

  33. Would love to have a better understanding of Barth

  34. So that one time when a little seminarian at princeton won????

  35. I don’t understand Barth, need help. I could use a good introduction.

  36. Great resource to have in my library. Would love a copy!

  37. Jonathan (only ebook)

  38. Need this!

  39. Yesssss

  40. would like to win this book in kinndle format. Kind regards

  41. I would like to win in any format

  42. Yeah, Barth!

  43. Barth me up!

  44. Thank you for doing this! This is my first time on your site and I’ll be sure to visit regularly.

  45. What an awesome opportunity to read Barth! I hope I win.

  46. Excited for this book!

  47. John-Marc Ormechea for Barth in Plain English, @EpicTillich

  48. Thank you for posting this give-away of Stephen’s book!

  49. I’d love to win the digital edition

  50. I’m glad that you got a great response to this giveaway!

  51. I love free books on Barth. 🙂

  52. This would be a nice set to have! Thanks for the contest.

  53. I love Barth

  54. I am studying Theology. This Barth simplified might be help full 🙂
    Only pdf for me. I live outsider the State 🙁

  55. Yes please!!

  56. Help with Barth is always appreciated!

  57. This website is always an interesting read, thanks!

  58. You the best!

  59. Entered!

  60. Cool giveaway! Got a 1933 German commentary on Romans in gothic font, looks awesome but when you’re not used to this font not very readable ;-). So I could use some more readable stuff!

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