It’s time for another plug for the Pre-Pubs that are right on the brink of moving into production but need just a handful of additional pre-orders. Now that our Electronic Text Development team has finished up the Anchor Yale Bible, they’re ready to get going on some other projects.
Take a look at the products listed below, or—if you have a little more time—scroll through the Pre-Pub page and take note of the ones that are getting close to 100%.
Whether it’s commentaries, theology, biblical studies, or practical issues that you are interested in, there are plenty of titles and collections to choose from.
- Charles Hodge Commentary Collection (4 Vols.)
- Eerdmans Wesleyan Bible Commentary (7 Vols.)
- Focus on the Bible Commentaries (32 Vols.)
- The Expositor’s Greek Testament (5 Vols.)
- Frédéric Louis Godet Commentary Collection (16 Vols.)
- Selected Works of A. C. Gaebelein (13 Vols.)
- Walk! Messianic Jewish Devotional Commentary Collection (5 Vols.)
Do you enjoying studying Reformed theology? Have a look at these four products featuring the writings of A. A. Hodge, George Smeaton, Jean Henri Merle d’Aubigne, and William G. T. Shedd:
- A. A. Hodge Collection (10 Vols.)
- History of the Reformation in the Time of Calvin (8 Vols.)
- Smeaton Theology Collection (3 Vols.)
- William G. T. Shedd Collection (12 Vols.)
- Christian-Jewish Relations through the Centuries, ed. Stanley Porter and Brook Pearson
- Hebrew/Aramaic Index to the Septuagint
- Sahidic Coptic Collection (3 Vols.)
- Studies in New Testament Greek and JSNTS Collection (17 Vols.)
- Text and Task, ed. Michael Parsons
If books dealing with the practical side of the Christian faith are what you’re looking for, we have several books and collections that might be a good fit:
- B&H Marriage and Family Collection (19 Vols.)
- The Great Reversal: Ethics and the New Testament, by Allen Verhey
- R. Larry Moyer Evangelism Collection (9 Vols.)
- Robert P. Lightner and Aubrey Malphurs Collection (9 Vols.)
- Toward the Twenty-First Century in Christian Mission, ed. James Phillips and Robert Coote
Can’t decide or just want a bit of everything? Consider the Roy Zuck Vital Issues Series (12 Vols.).