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It’s that time of year again: with coupon code BTS2013 you can get major discounts on some of our most popular back-to-school products. Whether you’re a student, a pastor, a small-group leader, or a layperson, this is the perfect opportunity to enhance your library at a big discount.

Hermeneia CollectionHermeneia and Continental Commentaries

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Get internationally renowned critical commentaries at a huge discount. Hermeneia’s scholars provide a critical and historical commentary on Scripture without arbitrary limits on size or scope. This series makes use of the full range of philological and historical tools, including textual criticism and the methods of the history of tradition and the history of religion.

Anchor YaleAnchor Yale Bible Dictionary

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This dictionary is a landmark in biblical scholarship. The definitive six-volume, 7,200-page, unabridged Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary features more than 6,000 entries by 800 authors, with illustrations. It’s the most comprehensive, up to date, and authoritative reference work in the field, and it’s invaluable for anyone seeking to explore the Bible in depth.

Lexicon of the New TestamentTheological Lexicon of the New Testament

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The Theological Lexicon of the New Testament is a staple of New Testament studies. Written by leading exegete Ceslas Spicq, this powerful resource couples a theological approach to New Testament studies with Spicq’s command of lexicography to help you uncover biblical truth. Spicq draws from a wide range of resources in this study, which features extensive footnotes and fully transliterated English forms with brief definitions.

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  1. Joshua Lieder says

    Tahnks,but could you add some savings on items poorer students can afford or would actually use please. Blessings/Joshua