Time is running out for the Library of NT Studies: JSNTS on the Gospels and Acts (16 Vols.) collection. It’s set to ship in just another day or two. At $299.95, it’s a steal. Let me tell you why.
You would spend an average of $305.28 to pick up any two of these titles in print. Yes, you read that correctly. Any two.
Here are the 16 volumes with Amazon’s latest prices:
- $72.00 The Gospel of Matthew in Its Roman Imperial Context
- $84.00 The Date of Mark’s Gospel: Insights from the Law in Earliest Christianity
- $216.00 Mark’s Gospel—Prior or Posterior?: A Reappraisal of the Phenomenon of Order
- $168.00 Word and Glory: On the Exegetical and Theological Background of John’s Prologue
- $162.00 The Unity of the Farewell Discourse: The Literary Integrity of John 13:31-16:33
- $180.00 The Lazarus Story within the Johannine Tradition
- $180.00 Echoes of a Prophet: The Use of Ezekiel in the Gospel of John and in Literature of the Second Temple Period
- $144.00 The Temple of Jesus’ Body: The Temple Theme in the Gospel of John
- $64.80 Dynamic Reading of the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts
- $157.50 The Davidic Messiah in Luke-Acts: The Promise and Its Fulfillment in Lukan Christology
- $168.00 The Finger of God and Pneumatology in Luke-Acts
- $168.00 Echoes of Scripture in Luke-Acts: Telling the History of God’s People Intertextually
- $180.00 Jerusalem and the Early Jesus Movement: The Q Community’s Attitude toward the Temple
- $144.00 Apocalypticism, Anti-Semitism and the Historical Jesus: Subtexts in Criticism
- $192.00 The Jewish Context of Jesus’ Miracles
- $162.00 Historiography and Hermeneutics in Jesus Studies: An Examination of the Work of John Dominic Crossan and Ben F. Meyer
Most people probably wouldn’t spend the $2442.30 to pick up all 16 volumes in print. I know I wouldn’t. But are there any two books in this list that you think you might want to buy at some point? If so, why not buy the Logos collection instead? We’ll throw in the other 14 volumes for free!