Have you checked out July’s sales yet? We have over 140 popular resources discounted through the end of the month—there’s bound to be a deal that’s right for you! But don’t wait: you only have a week left to save.
You don’t need a coupon code for these specials; they’re already discounted for you. Build your library today:
$299.95—only $219.95 through the end of July
R. C. H. Lenski offers an original, literal translation of the New Testament, as well as meticulous research on its texts. Writing from a conservative Lutheran perspective, he is unwavering in his high view of scriptural authority, investigating deeply and arguing masterfully. The Lenski Commentary will introduce you to a range of interpretations, allowing you to see how differing viewpoints relate.
$249.95—only $230.95 through the end of July
The Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (21 vols.) includes 16 volumes by Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer, two by Gottlieb Lünemann, three by Joh. Ed. Huther, and the final work on the Revelation of John by Friedrich Düsterdieck. These authors introduce each book of the Bible, providing biographical information about the biblical writers, a look at authorship controversies, and information about the time of composition, the intended audience, and more. Each volume focuses on the Greek text, and Meyer discusses an abundance of sources to illustrate textual meaning.
$29.95—only $21.95 through the end of July
Now you can literally see the Bible’s people, places, and events! Bring your study to life with this collection of 1,000 images, drawings, and illustrations—all produced by professional artists under the supervision of biblical scholars, in association with the German Bible Society. You’ll see biblical sites, religious objects, plants and animals, archaeological findings, scenes from daily life, and much more. These vivid images supplement Scripture by illustrating and explaining its world.
$39.95—only $32.95 through the end of July
J. H. Moulton and G. Milligan’s lexicon includes numerous examples pulled from the papyri and ostraca that show how ordinary people used Greek in ordinary contexts—examples that will help you understand the New Testament as its first readers understood it. The authors quote heavily from the papyri and provide commentary on how those quotations inform our understanding of the language. Using this lexicon will help you see how the original audience would have understood the NT authors’ words and expressions.
These aren’t the only resources on sale! See all the deals here. Don’t wait—these offers are only good through July 31.