Win a Free Copy of the New UBS5 Greek New Testament with Dictionary
By now many of you Words on the Word readers will have heard that the UBS edition of the Greek New Testament has recently been published in its fifth revised edition, the UBS5. See here for more.
Just as I reviewed the amazing LXX-NA28 combo, I will soon be reviewing the UBS5 Greek New Testament.
While I work my way through it, with just about a minute of your time and a few clicks, you can enter to win your own copy of the UBS5, thanks to the great people at Hendrickson Publishers.
You Can Earn Up to 8 Entries: Here’s How
Simply comment on this blog post with a short sentence on what interests you in the Greek New Testament. That will give you one entry.
If you share on Facebook and/or Twitter, and then come back and post the link to your share in the comments, you get two additional entries.
If you want to earn five additional entries, you can record a (however lo-fi) video of yourself answering the questions: Why does Bible translation matter? and: What does translating the Bible mean to you personally?
To receive those five additional entries, post the url to your video (whether you’ve uploaded to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc.) in the comments. Then others can see your video, too.
I’ll select two winners using a random number generator.
A Bit of Fine Print
The giveaway is open through Sunday, September 7, 11:59 p.m. EDT. On Monday I’ll notify the winner and post about it both here and in the comments below. Then Hendrickson will mail you your UBS5 GNT! (Note: Only domestic/U.S. shipping addresses are eligible for this contest, with apologies to the rest of the world!)
Make sure in when you leave a comment that you include your email address—I can use that to contact you, and the email address isn’t public.
Happy entering, and the folks at Hendrickson and I look forward to seeing your videos. Drop me a line if you have any questions.