The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Competition results

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The competition has ended and been won!

As you will see from the sequence below, not least from the shifting shadows, we got a bit carried away in the end, and had sufficient fun with our paint-primed sucker gun that Caleb needed to start numbering our effective strikes to make sure that we did not lose track of the winners, who are . . .

Jeff C., who wins the packet of pastoral theology volumes (Charles H. Spurgeon’s An All-Round Ministry, Robert L. Dabney’s Evangelical Eloquence, and James M. Garretson’s Princeton and Preaching) and Robert Goodgame, who wins the two volumes of George Smeaton on the atonement.

Gentlemen: I will be in touch!

A hearty thank you to those who entered. I hope to run a similar competition again before long, so do keep your eyes peeled. In the meantime, enjoy the blog, and thanks for following.

The sheets are hung . . .

The weapon is primed . . .

Thing 1 sizes up the target.

Thing 2 takes aim.

Thing 2's first shot tantalises Mr Hunt.

Mr Goodgame takes it right on the chin.

Jeff C. rejoices while Mr Wallace rues what might have been.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Tuesday 3 January 2012 at 09:02

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  1. Well done all!

    Far more exciting that those Challies type random number generator things. Messy analogue boys rule.

    Paul Wallace

    Tuesday 3 January 2012 at 09:10

  2. Well, I was going to leave my usual ‘fix’ allegation, but clearly I can’t! Tremendous fun!

    Jonathan Hunt

    Wednesday 4 January 2012 at 09:22

  3. You can’t fix three year olds, Mr Hunt, as you doubtless know. And yes, suckers and paint are far more exciting – and possibly even more random – than random number generators. Challies, for example, would doubtless never enjoy the thrill of an off-piste strike, although – to give him his due – his wife probably doesn’t need to ask whether the paint will come off the wall during his selection process.

    Jeremy Walker

    Wednesday 4 January 2012 at 16:22

  4. […] leave the entries open until 14 February, we’ll organise a draw that will equate that of Pastor Walker fame and one of you will be the proud owner of the said […]


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