Epic Ebook Sale on Reformed Theology – Win Bird’s What Christians Ought To Believe

The Deal

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther sent the Ninety-five Theses to the Archbishop of Mainz. In remembrance of this important day, Zondervan Academic is running a special Reformation Week eBook sale October 31 – November 6.

Readers can save up to 77% on titles including the following:

–       What Christians Ought To Believe by Michael Bird (sale price $9.99)
–       Pilgrim Theology by Michael Horton
–       Shaped by the Gospel by Tim Keller
–       Finally Free by Heath Lambert
–       What’s Best Next by Matt Perman
–       Systematic Theology / Historical Theology Bundle by Wayne Gruden and Gregg Allison

–       and more (see the full list here: http://bit.ly/2dra8iG)

The Competition

Write a tweet-length answer to this question, “Who was the best Reformer?” post it in the comments below, and the best two answers will win a copy of my What Christians Ought To Believe.

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