Book Give Away

This week’s give away will spark the interest of our readers of church history. Basil of Caesarea by Stephen Hildenbrand is our offer. Here’s the catalog description:

“This introduction to the thought of Basil of Caesarea surveys his theological, spiritual, and monastic writings, showing the importance of his work for contemporary theology and spirituality. It brings together various aspects of Basil’s thought into a single whole and explores his uniqueness and creativity as a theologian. The volume engages specialized scholarship on Basil but makes his thought accessible to a wider audience. It is the third volume in the Foundations of Theological Exegesis and Christian Spirituality series, which critically recovers patristic exegesis and interpretation for contemporary theology and spirituality.”

Leave your name in the comments section by NLT Friday, May 2nd 6:00 am EST. I’ll draw the winner’s name that day. International entries are welcome. If I don’t hear back from the winner within seven days the book will go to another entry.

Stephen M. Hildebrand (PhD, Fordham University) is professor of theology and director of the theology graduate program at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Steubenville, Ohio. He is the author of The Trinitarian Theology of Basil of Caesarea and has published a translation of On the Holy Spirit.

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21 thoughts on “Book Give Away

  1. Thanks,
    Jae Young Kim

  2. Jonah Barnes, thanks for offering such good books Louis!

  3. Love to ‘season’ my library with this one, Louis!
    Easter blessings, Jon

  4. Timothy Henderson

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