End-of-Year Giveaway: Win 9 Books + a Scripture Journal!

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The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture had a banner year in 2021. We debuted our new website, embarked on a second season of the Christ and Culture podcast, and published hundreds of articles — on everything from evangelism and WandaVision to deconstruction and the Tulsa Massacre.

We’re having a hard time picking our favorite podcast episodes and articles, so we need your help.

Nominate a podcast episode and an article for our sixth-annual Listener’s (and Reader’s) Choice Awards, and you will be entered to win 9 FREE books and a scripture journal!

Hurry! The contest ends at midnight on Sunday, Dec. 19.

Here’s What You Could Win

✓1 lucky winner will win the Grand Prize — and it’s a doozy:*

  • Old-Earth or Evolutionary Creation? by Ken Keathley, J.B. Stump, and Joe Aguirre
  • Controversery of the Ages by Ted Cabal and Peter Rasor
  • For God So Loved the World by Walter Strickland and Dayton Hartman
  • Turning of Days by Hannah and Nathan Anderson
  • An Invitation to Analytic Christian Theology by Thomas McCall
  • The Creator Revealed by Michael G. Strauss
  • Before You Leave by Todd Von Helms
  • The Territories of Science and Religion by Peter Harrison
  • Nature Red in Tooth and Claw by Michael J. Murray
  • PLUS: Psalms ESV Scripture Journal

*Must live within the contiguous United States.

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