Now you can get 63 new Zondervan books available at some of the best prices anywhere—digital or print: Books like Michael Horton’s The Christian Faith, a dozen new volumes in the NIV Application Commentary, and a lot more are available for pre-order in a discounted 63-volume bundle and a dozen smaller collections.
It’s a ton of content, so here’s a quick look at some of the highlights:
New Releases and Bestsellers
Michael Horton’s The Christian Faith has been one of the most-requested books in the last few months. This book is Horton’s long-anticipated systematic theology. It also received a 2011 Christianity Today Book Award, and has received praise in journal reviews and on prominent blogs.
You’ll also get Michael Williams’ new book, How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens, which Justin Taylor called “the sort of book I’d love to have in the hands of every member of my church!” If you enjoyed Fee and Stuart’s How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth, then Williams’ book is right up your alley.
The bundle contains lots of other bestsellers, like Scot McKnight’s The King Jesus Gospel and The Blue Parakeet, Andreas Köstenberger’s Theology of John’s Gospel and Letters, Carl Rasmussen’s recently updated Zondervan Atlas of the Bible, Gregg Allison’s Historical Theology, and dozens more.
We’ve made 12 additional volumes in the NIV Application Commentary available for Logos users. In fact, this is the first time these volumes have been available anywhere in a high-quality digital format. So if you already own the commentaries on the New Testament and the Prophets, this is the perfect chance to round out your set.
The bundle contains lots of other commentaries, too, like the newest volumes in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series by Thomas Schreiner and Clinton E. Arnold, and a new commentary on Revelation by Chuck Swindoll.
Bible Dictionaries and Reference Works
You’ll also get Moises Silva’s Essential Companion to Life in Bible Times and The Essential Bible Dictionary, as well as The Essential Bible Companion to the Psalms, by Brian Webster and David Beach.
This is just a quick summary—there are more than 63 volumes altogether. Check out the product page to see the full booklist.
An Incredible Value!
If you were to get all these books in print, you would pay $1,674.37, and even if you searched the web and found the best deals, you would still pay well over $1,000.00. For a limited time, you can get all these books for around $899.95 on Pre-Pub, which works out to around $14 per volume.
This pricing is available for a very limited time. We’re already working on these books, and we expect to ship them soon. After we ship, the price will jump, so the window of time to get this discount is quickly closing. Pre-order now!
Not quite ready to spring for the whole bundle? Then choose from a dozen smaller collections:
The main thing to remember is that all these prices will go up very soon, so pre-order today!