Here is another short contest. It might be easier for those who already have these books.
In each of the first seven books in the series (John Calvin, Augustine, John Owen, Athanasius, Jane Grey, Anselm, and John Knox) there is a (truly!) unintentional mention of Italy or of Italians. Once again, Jonathan Edwards breaks this habit (except for a small illustration which is done by an Italian artist, but the word Italy doesn’t actually appear in the book).
Comment on this blog by listing the seven mentions of Italy. Some books will have more than others, but one per book is sufficient. You will be entered in a contest to win a copy of Jonathan Edwards. The contest runs from today, 10/10/2014, to Friday 10/17/2014.
If you don’t have all the books, you can probably guess. Some are obvious!