E-Book Giveaway: The Genesis Labyrinth

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Published in April of 2019, The Genesis Labyrinth represents a new take on the historic book of Genesis. The author will be giving away five (5) free copies of this new book, one to every fifth person who enters (no repeat entries, please). To enter, just fill in the contest entry form below and submit. It’s that easy. No purchases necessary. Winners will be notified by email and receive a book gift code to redeem at Amazon.com. [After all winners have been determined, the contest entry form will be removed and the closure of the contest noted above.]

Book Description: The book of Genesis has inspired considerable debate among secular scholars as well as within all of Christianity. Many people are still searching for answers to life’s most perplexing questions: Is there a God? Was Noah’s flood universal or local? Were Adam and Eve the first humans? These questions as well as many other crucial questions are addressed in The Genesis Labyrinth.

The author has written this book to acquaint readers with the many profound issues in the Bible’s first eleven chapters. The book focuses on the most controversial subjects while providing viewpoints devoid of predictable theological conclusions. The Genesis Labyrinth will be of interest to readers still undecided on the perpetual controversies in the book of Genesis. Read more about the book at Amazon.com.

About the Author: David P. Diaz, Ed.D., is an author and retired college professor. His writings have spanned the gamut between peer-reviewed technical articles to his memoir, winner of the 2006 American Book Award. Dr. Diaz holds bachelor and master of science degrees from California Polytechnic State University. Diaz also earned a doctoral degree in education from Nova Southeastern University where he was awarded the 2000 Research Excellence Award. Dr. Diaz lives with his wife and youngest daughter on the central coast of California.

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