22 Pre-Pubs in Need of a Push

There are a number of titles on Pre-Pub which are incredibly close to crossing the 100% mark and heading into production. The following twenty-two Pre-Pubs need just a few more orders to nudge them over the line.

Pre-ordering your resources on Pre-Pub is one of the easiest ways to get the books you need at a remarkable value. Many Pre-Pubs are priced at over 70% off their retail price!

So take a few moments and check out these resources. You may find a couple titles you have been on the fence about or even discover some titles you have missed. Either way, ordering them on Pre-Pub will guarantee you are getting a smoking deal.

Old Testament Studies

If your Old Testament studies are feeling a little anemic, why not bulk up by adding one of these resources to your library?

New Testament Studies and Christology

Are you looking to add some new resources to help you get to know Jesus and the New Testament better? Check out these Pre-Pubs:

Reformed and Puritan Studies

Do you enjoy studying the writings of Puritan and Reformed thinkers? Here are a couple strong collections to consider:

Language Studies

If linguistics are more your thing, here are a couple collections featuring grammars, dictionaries, textual criticisms, Aramaic studies, and even an update of the 1919 Chinese Union translation of the Bible.

Miscellaneous Studies

There is something on Pre-Pub for everyone. Here are a few which fall under a number of subjects and categories:

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One Response to “22 Pre-Pubs in Need of a Push”

  1. Steve Maling November 2, 2011 at 2:43 pm #

    I’m still hopeful that the tremendously generous gift of the Perseus Classics Collection will provide enough of a bump to push the “Biblical Languages: Reference Grammars and Introductions (19 vols.)” Collection into development.
    We really need Herbert Weir Smyth’s “A Greek Grammar for Colleges”. The volumes on the Septuagint would form a fine collection for instant searching while working with the Greek Old Testament. And the Latin resources are tailor-made for Perseus.