One of the very best deals is on the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC): right now, you can save $200 on the full 44-volume collection.* That’s a huge amount off one of our biggest and best resources.
These commentaries are built digital-first, so it can be hard to imagine just how big an individual EEC volume might be. Well, we just received a typeset proof of EEC: James, and this single volume is thick! We snapped this photo in our Bellingham office just to give you a glimpse of what a physical copy looks like:
What sets the EEC apart, though, isn’t the quantity of material—it’s the quality. Each volume incorporates the latest critical biblical scholarship and looks at application and devotional implications.
Two ways to save
To get the biggest savings on this respected series, you’ll want to go with the full 44-volume collection. Since you can save $200 during the Lexham Press sale, the per-volume cost is just $19! As new volumes are released, they’ll automatically download into your library—no need to check back for new volumes.
We’ve also set up a new 7-volume collection that includes all the currently released volumes. If you’ve already purchased any of the EEC’s individual volumes, thanks to Dynamic Pricing, you won’t pay for the same book twice. Unlike with the full collection, though, you’ll have to purchase new volumes one by one as they’re released.
Don’t wait—the price goes up in just a week. Get the entire set now and save!
*Total savings may vary depending on your Dynamic Pricing discount.
[UPDATE 9/19/16: An announcement from Lexham Press regarding EEC James]