I am interrupting my Postmillennial Primer series for a one-time special survey.
Tolle Lege, the publisher of my forthcoming commentary on Revelation, has typeset vol. 1 and is working on typesetting vol. 2. Not only so, but they are now looking into cover designs.
We are going to test the waters with three options. If you would like to vote on your favorite cover, please let me know which you would prefer. I will only display the cover to vol 1; the cover to vol 2 would copy the design of the first one while replacing the graphic image with a related one.
On the afternoon of 1/17/17 from all sources of our survey the votes were:
#1 = 34%
#2 = 33%
#3 = 33%
On 1/18/17 at 6:00 AM the votes have changed remarkably:
#1 = 29%
#2 = 29%
#3 = 40%
It looks like we might have to go to the Electoral College after checking the hanging chads! I wonder if the Russians are doing this to make matters more difficult?
Book covers are important because people actually do judge a book by its cover. The cover of a book must capture the eye on a store shelf containing scores of other books. Otherwise, a potential reader/buyer might walk on by, not picking up the book and surveying its Table of Contents to see what it is about. (If they had taken my course on Righteous Writing, they would know how important it is to look at a book’s Table of Contents to help evaluate the book.)
By the way, I will not be posting the high-resolution version. So they will not seem as clear as the final result. But I think you will be able to figure it out. Continue reading