buy The Evolution of Adam *dirt* cheap (get it?)

From today through May 15,  The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins will be available for $2.99 (ebook–Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD).

At that price, you can’t afford not to buy it. I mean, where else are you going to find such a handy catalogue of  information to help you negotiate the muddy waters of evolution and Christianity?

Or, if you prefer, where else are you going to find such a handy catalogue of heretical notions to give you an excuse to wage your own holy war to defend the faith against people who disagree with you?

It’s a win-win, folks. Everyone’s happy. I’m happy. You’re happy. Baker is happy.

As the Apostle Paul said, “Therefore you have no excuse, whoever you are….” (Rom 2:1a).

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  • sdmartinca

    ….. and it was very good. And there was evening, and there was morning—the sixth day … before a massive jump in price. Oh get thee behind me my procrastination gene.

  • http://undeception.com/ Steve Douglas

    Also on Google Play Books, by the way. Snagged it.

  • http://sdcaulley.com sdcaulley

    “Or, if you prefer, where else are you going to find such a handy catalogue of heretical notions to give you an excuse to wage your own holy war to defend the faith against people who disagree with you?”

    The debate in my household is which party is the heretics and which the defenders.

  • Muff Potter

    Dirt cheap huh? Kinda sorta makes me think of an old AC/DC song.

  • Chris

    Thanks for the heads up, Pete!

  • Andrew

    But John says in Rev. 10:9 NASB to “give me the little book”. He doesn’t say anything about charging $2.99 for it.

    • peteenns

      Revelation is only applicable in the 1st c. so you still need to buy it.

      • Andrew

        What about Deut. 15:10? You shall give to him freely, and your heart shall not be grudging when you give to him, because for this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in all that you undertake.

        or

        Matt. 10:8-9 give without pay. Acquire no gold or silver or copper for you

        and

        Matt. 5:42 Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse

        • Guest

          That’s the Bible for you.

        • peteenns

          1Tim. 5:18 For Scripture says, . . . “Workers deserve their wages.”

  • Russell Jacobson

    Hey thanks for the notice, snagged a copy for my kindle app at that price!

  • Jean

    Peter, thank you for the heads up. I bought it and have been reading it with enthusiasm and, so far, approval. Could you give me your opinion on Gen 3:22? What do you think this means? And does it work within a wisdom narrative? It seems to be an important part of the story. Thank you.

  • Hallvard N. Jørgensen

    Funny :)

  • http://krwordgazer.blogspot.com Kristen Rosser

    It’s been on my reading list so I downloaded to my Kindle for later. Thanks for letting us know!

  • http://music.satellitereboot.com/ Matt S

    Thanks for the heads-up! It’s finally off my wishlist and in my queue… so I’ll get to it sometime in the next decade! ;)

  • Juniper

    Thanks. I got it and my Kindle is happy.


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