Reader’s Choice 2017: Enter for a Chance to Win 5 FREE Books

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Intersect has published hundreds of informative articles in 2017, tackling everything from gender identity and adoption to socialism and gun control. We’re having a hard time picking our favorite articles, and we need your help.

Nominate an article for our second-annual Reader’s Choice Awards, and you could win up to 5 FREE books that we’ll ship to your home — no questions asked.*

Hurry! The contest ends at midnight on Friday, Dec. 15.

Here’s What You Could Win

Win free books from Intersect

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

  • Wisdom & Wonder: Common Grace in Science & Art by Abraham Kuyper
  • The Economics of Neighborly Love by Tom Nelson
  • The Measure of Success by Carolyn McCulley with Nora Shank
  • When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert
  • Living at the Crossroads by Michael Goheen and Craig Bartholomew

10 winners will receive either Wisdom & Wonder by Abraham Kuyper or The Economics of Neighborly Love by Tom Nelson.*

Everyone will receive Every Holiday a Holy Day (e-book) by Bruce and Lauren Ashford, A Pocket Guide to Christianity and Culture (e-book) by Bruce Ashford and the weekly Intersect Newsletter.

Here’s How To Enter

1. Nominate an article.

Browse the 2017 Reader’s Choice recommendations and nominate your favorite in the form below.

2. Check your email.

The contest concludes on Friday, Dec. 15. If you’re randomly selected as a winner, we’ll notify you within 48 hours. We’ll then ask for your address so we can send you your prize — free of charge.

3. Tell your friends.

Don’t keep the contest to yourself! Share it on social media so your friends have a chance to win, too.

*Must live within the contiguous United States. Previous book winners are ineligible for prizes, but can still nominate an article.

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