Logos Bible Software has teamed up with Eerdmans Publishing to make more than 300 important Eerdmans titles available on Pre-Pub. For over 100 years, Eerdmans Publishing has been publishing academic works in theology, biblical studies, religious history, and reference, as well as popular titles in spirituality, social and cultural criticism, and literature.
Combining trusted Eerdmans resources with Logos’ network of contents and features means
you can power your Bible study with some of the best resources available.
Introductory savings on Eerdmans titles
Pre-order any Eerdmans title or collection before December 2 and you’ll get special introductory pricing! We’re rolling out this partnership with an amazing opportunity to save big on these valuable additions to your Bible study library. All you have to do is pre-order early.
These Eerdmans titles include:
- Bible commentaries by Frederick Dale Bruner, Robert Gundry, Arland Hultgren, Walter Brueggemann, James D. G. Dunn, C. L. Seow, Bruce Waltke, and others
- 7 volumes on early Judaism
- 2 new D. A. Carson books
- 9 books on early Christianity, including 4 books from Larry Hurtado
- 9 preaching resources, including 5 books on preaching Christ from Scripture, and Neal Plantinga’s new book on reading for preaching
- 7 books on the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Stanley Porter’s Fundamentals of New Testament Greek
- 57 books covering the Gospels, Paul, and NT studies
- 5 books by James D. G. Dunn
- William Loader’s series on sexuality in early Judaism and Christianity
- The 5-volume Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting series
- Books by Anthony Hoekema, Mark Noll, Eugene Peterson, George Eldon Ladd, David Instone-Brewer, Abraham Kuyper, and others
- Plus, more than a hundred additional books on Bible backgrounds, hermeneutics, interpretation, history, philosophy, and more
So get your pre-orders in before December 2 and save!
Not sure which Eerdmans title you can do without? That’s okay—you can get them all in the enormous 309-volume Eerdmans Bible Reference Bundle. Order it before December 2 and save! This amazing collection includes titles like:
A Commentary on Jeremiah: Exile and Homecoming by Walter Bruggemann
From one of our premier Old Testament scholars, this practical resource not only reveals the depths of Jeremiah’s story, but also reminds us of our call to be faithful and obedient, full of justice, and compassionate.
Matthew: A Commentary. Volume 1: The Christbook, Matthew 1–12 and Matthew: A Commentary: The Churchbook, Matthew 13–28 by Frederick Dale Bruner
Full of rich history and deep theological insight, Bruner’s two-volume work on Matthew’s Gospel brings the past to bear on the present. Theologians, academics, scholars, and laypeople will all benefit from hearing how early Christians read Matthew, and how we can benefit from it today.
Poet and Peasant and Through Peasant Eyes by Ken Bailey
A contemporary classic, the combined Poet and Peasant and Through Peasant Eyes provides an intensive study of Luke’s parables. Bailey focuses on how these parables would have been received by a first-century Middle Eastern peasant culture.
The Intolerance of Tolerance by D. A. Carson
How has the meaning of “tolerance” changed in recent years? In this thoughtful book, Carson discusses how tolerance has changed from defending the rights of those who hold different beliefs to the affirmation that all beliefs hold the same weight and value.
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible by James C. VanderKam
How can Dead Sea Scrolls scholarship augment your Bible study? VanderKam discusses the latest Dead Sea Scroll developments, focusing on relevant information from the scrolls and laying out their significance for biblical studies. This rich compendium from a distinguished scholar is essential reading for all who work at understanding biblical texts and their ancient context.
This is only the beginning of the amazing content in this colossal collection. Act now and you can get these 5 insightful works, plus 304 more—and save big!
Or scroll through all the Eerdmans books and collections on Pre-Pub and pick out the ones you need. But remember, prices go up on December 2!