New Lower Prices on the New Interpreter’s Bible and New Interpreter’s Dictionary!

The price has dropped on the 12-volume New Interpreter’s Bible and the 5-volume New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible!

Pre-Pub prices often go up as we get closer to shipping. Normally, even when you pre-order early and the price goes up, you still get it at the lower price.

This is the rare exception where the Pre-Pub prices have gone down.

We’ve been working with the publisher to make the NIB and the NIDB available for pre-order at a discount. So if you’ve been sitting on the sidelines, now is your chance to pre-order these two sets at a much lower price!

We don’t know how long we’ll be able to offer the NIB and the NIDB at these prices. You need to pre-order now to get these two sets at the lower price. Even if the price goes up later, you’ll still get it at today’s price. We also won’t charge your card until this product ships, and we’ll send you a reminder a few weeks in advance.

About the New Interpreter’s Bible (12 vols.)

  • Commentary on the entire Bible in 12 volumes
  • Contributions by Terence E. Fretheim, Walter Brueggemann, Walter C. Kaiser, and other top biblical scholars
  • New material specifically prepared to meet the needs of today’s preachers, teachers, and students of the Bible
  • Introductions to each biblical book covering essential historical, literary, socio-cultural, and theological issues
  • A massive amount of materials—11,591 pages of introduction and commentary on the entire Bible, including Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books

About the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols.)

  • 8,400 entries in five massive volumes
  • 7,100 new articles
  • Contributions from 900 scholars
  • Summary introductions for long articles
  • Bibliographies
  • Visual aids, including maps, charts, photos, and illustrations

Take advantage of the new lower prices and pre-order now! Remember, we won’t charge your card until the products ship, and we’ll remind you about it a few weeks in advance.

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