This is a reminder that today is the last day to participate in the Theologians Trading Cards giveaway here at Exploring Our Matrix. Click through to read the rules and leave a comment to enter. You can enter as many times as you want, just by leaving a comment on that post (not this one). And obviously the more often you enter, the greater your chances of winning one of the sets in the random drawing.
But there is another way to maximize your chance of winning. One set will be given to the person who leaves the best comment. It can be best in any number of ways. Maybe you’ll record a commercial for the cards. Maybe you’ll propose a set of rules for how to play a game with them. Maybe you’ll suggest other people for whom cards should be made. You can obviously have a link from your comment to another place online – say on YouTube or a blog – where you’ve written or recorded or photographed or made something related to the cards that will not fit in a comment. As long as you link to it from a comment, it counts. But however you do it, all you have to do to guarantee yourself a set of cards it impress me more than anyone else does! At the very least, you can try and make it as difficult as possible for me to choose whom to give that fourth set to! There are some great ones already, but that doesn’t mean someone else can’t come along and do better! And you can maximize your chance of getting that fourth set by leaving lots of different but equally creative comments. And those comments still count as entries for the random giveaway, too, although obviously the same person will not get two sets.
Click through to enter! But also consider that these Theologian Trading Cards would make a great Christmas gift, and so you might also want to buy yourself a set on Amazon.com, where they are on sale. If you win, you can give the one you bought away as a present. (I felt I’d be remiss in not mentioning the sale price on Amazon in this context – hopefully it will still be valid tomorrow for the benefit of those who don’t win a set in the giveaway!)
Good luck (or favorable providence, depending on your favorite theologian…)!