I Like Big Buts: Reflections on Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Jason Micheli —  July 9, 2018 — 1 Comment

The gang at Crackers and Grape Juice has just released an e-book and paperback!

We’re calling it I Like Big Buts: Reflections on Paul’s Letter to the Romans. All four of us, Johanna, Taylor, Teer, and myself, have contributed to it. Johann’s introduction, wherein she makes fun of me without mercy, is worth the price of admission.

And, for goodness sake, the price is only $3.49.

Podcasting isn’t as cheap or easy as you might guess so we’re putting this book out there for you as a way of offering back something of substance in exchange for your support. All the proceeds from you purchasing the book in either kindle or paperback form go to support the podcast so you don’t need to worry about lining Teer’s pockets with your coin.

So do us these favors, would you?

  1. Buy the book. You can find it in Amazon here. Or go to www.crackersandgrapejuice.com/books and purchase it through that link.
  2. Tell other people about the book. Share the link above on social media. It gives you something to post other than cat pictures or your Trump rage.
  3. Leave a review of it in Amazon. It helps other people discover it.

Since we started this 2 years ago, the podcast has become enormously successful, reaching a large and wide audience, and we have you to thank for it. So keep paying it forward!

Here it is again….do it!

https://www.amazon.com/Like-Big-Buts-Reflections-Letter/dp/1983368830/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1531142546&sr=8-12&keywords=i+like+big+buts

 

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One response to I Like Big Buts: Reflections on Paul’s Letter to the Romans

  1. Dave Breininger July 9, 2018 at 9:09 PM

    Where’s the kindle version??

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