4 Community Pricing Deals You’re About to Miss Out On

There are more than 350 books and collections on Community Pricing, and every week we add more. Some don’t stay on Community Pricing long—they get tons of bids right away, and before you know it, the price has gone up. Those are the ones you don’t want to miss!

Here are four popular Community Pricing products that are about to go up in price:

the-gospels-as-historical-documents1. The Gospels as Historical Documents

Regularly $59.95—current bid is $18 (that’s 70% off!)

In The Gospels as Historical Documents, Reverend Vincent Henry Stanton sets out to demonstrate the Gospels’ historical validity. He divides his investigation into three parts: the early use of the Gospels in other Christian writings, the accounts of the Synoptic Gospels, and the validity of the fourth Gospel.

2. Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians Upgrade

Regularly $119.95—current bid is $40 (that’s 67% off!)

This upgrade brings together noted theologians and scholars from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to explore what many describe as the most loving of the Pauline epistles. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of Philippians with insights from Robert Johnstone, August Neander, and H. C. G. Moule.

(If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up the full 18-volume Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians collection!)

works-of-francois-gaussen3. Works of François Gaussen

Regularly $84.95—current bid is $28 (that’s 67% off!)

François Gaussen was an influential writer, minister, and professor of systematic theology; his writings examine the Bible both as a man-made historical record and as a work of divine inspiration. Gaussen approaches his subjects with a shepherd’s heart, seeking to increase the reader’s love for, and trust in, Scripture.

4. Latin Poets of Late Antiquity

Regularly $59.95—current bid is $24 (that’s 60% off!)

The Latin Poets of Late Antiquity collection brings you the works of two of the best-known Latin poets: Ausonius and Claudian. Ausonius was highly praised by his contemporaries and adored by fourth-century critics; his most famous poem, Mosella, was equated with the works of Virgil. Claudian was the last-known Latin poet of classical Rome, and one of the greatest Latin poets of late antiquity. His unfinished epic, De raptu Proserpinae, influenced poets and painters for hundreds of years after his death.

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