Win a free copy of the Poverty and Justice Bible
A brand new Bible was recently released: The Poverty and Justice Bible. Published by the American Bible Society in collaboration with World Vision, the Poverty and Justice Bible gives more insights into what the Bible has to say about today’s toughest topics: from homelessness to healthcare, literacy to wages, immigrants to abuse.
This Bible literally highlights the verses about social justice and fighting injustices — more than 2,000 verses. It’s the Contemporary English Version and the cover is printed on 25% paper recycled content paperboard.
You can win a free copy of the Poverty and Justice Bible — here’s how:
 Compose a blog post about this new Bible, link to www.justicebible.org, what you honestly think about this edition, and any questions you have about this Bible.
When I wake up on Friday morning, December 11th, I’ll randomly select a winner from the comment & trackback thread here. Wake the kids and call the neighbors. Have at it!
Disclosure: I am a former employee of American Bible Society, and a complimentary copy was provided to me, not because I’m an ex-employee, but because I’m a blogger. You can be a blogger too.
Footnote: one blogger noted, “(Apparently this Bible was first released in summer 2008, but is now being reprinted with a wider distribution.)”