Win Donald Miller’s Newest Book ‘Scary Close’!

Congratulations Ashley Hales, you won!


It totally slipped my mind in last weeks Seminary Dropout episode with Donald Miller that I was given an extra copy and I want to give it away to you!


There are 2 easy steps to enter:

1. Simply subscribe to Seminary Dropout in iTunes.

2. Leave a comment, any comment, in the comments section below.

That’s it!

If you’re already subscribed to Seminary Dropout then you only need to complete step 2.

You must live in the continental US to win. Sorry, Hawaii, Alaska, and all other countries. I like you, but postage is just too much.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

21 thoughts on “Win Donald Miller’s Newest Book ‘Scary Close’!

  1. I think it’s “scary” how “close” i’m going to be to winning this book. 

    I’ll show myself out now.

  2. I’ve enjoyed this podcast a lot, and it helped me find a community in the west suburbs of Chicago. Thank you!
    (Hope to read Scary Close this year, too.)

  3. Rats!  Makes me kind of wish I did iTunes!  At any rate, loved Donald Miller podcast and have enjoyed working my way through several others as well!

  4. beardonabike Actually heard about “the Practice” from your interview with Shauna Niequist. It’s a contemplative, evangelical liturgical service originated by Aaron Niequist. It’s great!

  5. This was great! I love Don Miller. He and his book, A Million Miles In A Thousand Years inspired me to propose to my now wife. I got the chance to tell him exactly how he changed my life about 5 years ago. It was awesome!
    Also, thanks for sharing details about DeiDox. I can’t wait to give it a look!

  6. Hey Shane,
    Found you about a month ago scouring the web for new Tony Campolo or Shane Claiborne interviews. After quickly listening to the five or six people I already loved (Campolo, Claiborne, Boyd, Zahnd, Wright, Sprinkle), I’ve devoured almost all the rest of them. I didn’t have a name for the type of believer I was, and certainly never thought there was a tribe of likeminded folks out there, but through your podcast I’ve learned about neo-anabaptists and found the mennonerds blog collective. Its been a great few weeks! Thanks for all this.

  7. ianlincoln That makes my night. Honestly when I started Seminary Dropout I also didn’t know there was such a tribe out there. It’s been amazing to find a theological home. 
    Thanks for listening!

  8. @JimmyMallory I remember reading AMMITY when it came out and being apprehensive about it because I was afraid I had over-romanticized how good Blue Like Jazz and Searching for God Knows What were, but I was not disappointed. I’ve read it twice now and I never read books twice.
    Thanks for listening!

  9. JeffLorow If you have iTunes on your desktop you can subscribe there. If you don’t have iTunes at all then I’ll still count you as entered.

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