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This Christmas, experience the joy of building your library with the 500 Book Mega Pack, 2015 Edition. This bundle includes 500 titles that would cost you $8,000.69 if bought separately. But by getting the titles in this bundle, you can save $7,500.70! That’s 500 books for 500 bucks.
The 500 Book Mega Pack, 2015 Edition is a Christmas exclusive, and will be unavailable forever after 11:59pm, December 31.
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All 47 volumes of The Life and Works of Horatius Bonar are included in the Mega Pack. This collection of more than 12,000 pages regularly sells for $249.95.
Known for his thoroughly biblical preaching, his voluminous writings, and his hymns—such as “I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say”—Horatius Bonar exerted a powerful influence in the Church in Scotland. The Life and Works of Horatius Bonar (47 Vols.) brings together the finest works by the great nineteenth-century Scottish Presbyterian minister and hymn writer. Thirty-six of the volumes represent the best of Bonar’s published works and span much of his ministry with the first being published in 1839 and the last in 1884. Also included in this section is a biography. The other 11 volumes are filled with Bonar’s hymns and poems.
Mark Barnes, Logos user since 2011, raved about the Mega Pack: “The 500 Book Mega Pack is a great value. I’d been wanting to pick up The Life and Works of Horatius Bonar, and with Dynamic Pricing I got the Mega Pack (which included Bonar) for less than the price of Bonar by itself!”
First published in 1732, The History of the Puritans (5 vols.) has been a historical standard on the life and times of the Puritan fathers. This 5-volume collection regularly retails for $129.95, and is included in its entirety in the 500 Book Mega Pack, 2015 Edition.
John Piper stated about the Puritans: “No one comes close to the skill they have in taking the razor-like scalpel of Scripture, and lancing the boils of my corruption, cutting out the cancers of my God-belittling habits of mind, and amputating the limbs of my disobedience. They are simply in a class by themselves.”
In this collection, the influence of the Puritans in England is carefully documented and traced over the course of over a hundred years, beginning with the time of Henry the VIII. Daniel Neal, a minister and historian, tracks the Puritans’ effects on politics and social change, resulting in a dynamic and contextual exploration of this time frame. This set is essential for understanding how the Puritans helped shape England, as well as comprehending the key events and figures involved.
This 10-volume collection was written by prominent Episcopal theologian, Francis Hall, and regularly retails for $129.99. Written from an Anglo-Catholic perspective out of the Episcopalian tradition, Dogmatic Theology is often compared to Thomas Aquinas’ Summa Theologica. This massive catalogue of theological proofs considers the theological and philosophical elements of Christian religion and provides comprehensive indexes to make finding theological topics a breeze.
These three collections alone would cost $509.89—that’s more than the cost of the 500 Book Mega Pack, 2015 Edition!
Don’t miss your chance to pick up The Life and Works of Horatius Bonar (47 Vols.), The History of the Puritans (5 Vols.), Francis Hall’s Dogmatic Theology (10 Vols.) and 438 other titles included in the 500 Book Mega Pack, 2015 Edition!