Book Giveaway: The Letters of Ignatius- Apostolic Fathers Greek Reader

51y77v4go2l-_sx322_bo1204203200_As a second giveaway,* I’m offering a volume I helped contribute to, The Letters of Ignatius: Apostolic Fathers Greek Reader.

To enter, simply comment below. Tell me why you want it or simply say “I want it.” I’ll give you additional entries if you share this post on Facebook or Twitter. (Make sure you let me know that you’ve shared it in the comments below or in an email to jacobncerone[at]gmail[dot]com.) The giveaway ends on December 26, 2015 at midnight Pacific Time. I’ll announce the winner in the comments section of this post (in case you’re following it via email) and in a separate post the following day.

*Giveaway limited to continental US residents

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22 Responses to Book Giveaway: The Letters of Ignatius- Apostolic Fathers Greek Reader

  1. Michael Roe says:

    I want that.

  2. Does the fact that the head librarian at SEBTS is thanked in this book?

  3. The missing word is “help” in my last comment.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I want it.

  5. rubenderus says:

    I am not familiar with Apostolic Fathers writings and would like to. I think that would be a gook initiating book for me. Merry Christmas to you all

  6. sivartwright says:

    I work as a tutor in New Testament Greek and this would be a very wonderful help to me.

  7. John Stamps says:

    Whatever I get, Smokey my cat will sit on it while I’m reading it. It’s all good. So yes, St Ignatius, Smokey, and I will ponder the enfleshment of the God-Man into our fallen world and hope to persuade a few Docetists to join us on the way to theosis.

  8. Tom says:

    I’m reading through my Greek New Testament this year for the second time. I would love to add the apostolic fathers to my Greek reading regimen. May I have this please?

  9. This looks like an amazing Greek reader. Greek readers that work from the LXX, apostolic fathers, or anything outside of the New Testament are always helpful to the Greek scholar. I want this! Texts like this improve your Greek because it works from texts that you aren’t familiar with. I also shared this post to Facebook and Twitter! Hopefully that increases my chances Jacob!!

  10. Jennifer Guo says:

    This reader would definitely help me improve my Greek!

    Shared on Twitter and Facebook.

  11. wandrewsmith says:

    I would love to use something like this for my advanced Greek students. Protestant seminarians simply don’t read enough church fathers, which makes me grumpy. (Plus, Ignatius uses my favorite NT word: θηριομαχῶ.)

  12. Jose Diaz says:

    I want this book. Thank you.

  13. Sam Freney says:

    Feeling want want want.

  14. Aaron says:

    Yo quero mucho.

    Por favor.

    🙂

  15. Brad says:

    I want it!

  16. David Barry says:

    I want it. Might be good for me or my Greek students.

  17. Mark Jeong says:

    I want it!

  18. Quixie says:

    I’d really like to have access to Ignatius in the original Greek.
    I want it.

  19. chancebonar says:

    This is wonderful! I would love a copy, especially as someone who often tutors other students in Greek. I also shared this on Twitter.

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