SALE: The New Perspective on Paul, Karl Barth’s Theology, and More

BlogHeader_620x325There’s still time to take advantage of the Wipf and Stock sale. While we celebrate this great partnership, you reap the benefits! Through Monday, 126 of the best titles from Wipf and Stock are on sale—each volume, collection, commentary, and journal is 35% off. Don’t wait to start shopping, the sale ends February 29 at midnight.

Here are three can’t-miss collections to pique your interest.

Wipf & Stock Works of Meredith Kline (7 vols.)

Kline-150Take your Old Testament study deeper with the collected works of Meredith Kline. A theological triple-threat, Kline spent his life as a celebrated professor, writer, and ordained minister specializing in Reformed covenant theology. This set features six of his foundational works plus a festschrift in his honor compiled by scholars and former students. In these volumes, Kline applies his expertise on the Pentateuch, ancient history and culture, and covenants to deliver deeper insight and contextual comprehension. This collection is essential for every serious Old Testament scholar and student.

Life and Select works of Karl Barth (19 vols.)

barth-150During his lifetime, Karl Barth was described by Pope Pius XII as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas. His contribution to twentieth-century theology cannot be overstated, and this collection “is the perfect overview of his life and work—for Barth scholars and novices alike!” Broaden your theological scope with Barth’s perspectives on the church in wartime, ethics, Mozart, the resurrection, and scriptural exegesis. Be inspired and encouraged by a selection of his sermons, ruminations, and reflections on God, including a fragment left unfinished the night he died. Don’t miss your chance to own the comprehensive collection from this cornerstone theologian.

Don Garlington New Perspective on Paul Collection (3 vols.)

NPP-150E.P. Sanders, James D.G. Dunn, and N.T. Wright have presented a new way of viewing Paul for decades, sparking contention with supporters of the traditional view of Paul, including theological giants John Piper and D.A. Carson. Into this clash of the titans steps New Testament scholar Don Garlington. He offers a mediating position, upholding foundational Reformed doctrine while embracing insights within the New Perspective on Paul. This three-volume set includes Garlington’s commentary on Galatians and two collections of essays adding critical insight to this hotly contested and controversial conversation. Your Pauline and New Testament studies are incomplete without this collection.

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Expand your library and fuel your curiosity with these and 123 other Wipf and Stock titles, all 35% off through Monday. With savings like these, you can explore new topics or increase your expertise on any budget. Take advantage of these deals before they disappear—this sale ends February 29 at midnight.

Shop the Wipf and Stock sale now!