Sweet Deal on K. Scott Oliphint and Sinclair Ferguson’s Book

Dr. Scott Oliphint is here in Bellingham this week, filming a couple courses for Logos Mobile Ed. In honor of his visit, Logos has discounted the book he co-wrote with Sinclair Ferguson, If I Should Die Before I Wake: What’s Beyond This Life? Get $4 off with coupon code MEDOLIPHINT—only good until 3/14! Check out the book, or buy it in Logos.

Dr. K. Scott Oliphint is professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is a graduate of West Texas state University (B.A.) and Westminster (M.A.R.; Th.M; PhD). An ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Dr. Oliphint served in pastoral ministry in Texas before coming to Westminster in 1991. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including The Battle Belongs to the LordReasons for FaithRevelation and ReasonJustified in ChristGod With Us, and Covenantal Apologetics, which you can find in Logos as part of the Crossway Apologetics Collection Upgrade (6 vols.).

If I Should Die Before I Wake: What’s Beyond This Life?

oliphint-bookIn this contemporary classic, Scott and Sinclair discuss why no one really dies of natural causes, give true or false answers to the reasons people think they will get to heaven, explain what the Bible has to say about the future, what heaven is like, and how to be ready for death. Facing death enables us to face life—knowing more about your future makes an enormous difference to the present. It’s time you looked your future square in the face and thought “What does it hold for me?”

Read more, and grab If I Should Die Before I Wake while you can, and save 35% with coupon code MEDOLIPHINT. It’s only $6.95, so why not?


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