6 Great Resources under $30

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June’s monthly sale is almost over, but there’s still time to save. And if you’re looking for great deals, don’t miss these six valuable resources available for under $30.

1. A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews40% off
Philip Edgcumbe Hughes presents an engaging look at Hebrews, with an insightful introduction and detailed verse-by-verse commentary. Enrich your study of Hebrews with Hughes’ philological and theological insights, as well as his clear presentation of complex theories about the book.

2. A Theology of the New Testament, rev. ed.28% off
This classic work, written by George Eldon Ladd and updated by Donald A. Hagner, gives you comprehensive evangelical analysis of New Testament theology. Discover for yourself why this volume is recommended by Gordon Fee, Ben Witherington, Joel Green, and others—along with many Logos users!

3. The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians37% off
Noted theologian Leon Morris provides verse-by-verse commentary on Paul’s epistles to the church at Thessalonica. His introduction explores the church’s founding, as well as the epistles’ purpose, dating, authenticity, and more. If you’re studying Thessalonians, this commentary is a must-have.

4. Vocabulary of the Greek Testament25% off
J. H. Moulton and G. Milligan’s lexicon explores written records of everyday life between the third century BC and the eighth century AD. Moulton and Milligan use these documents to illustrate how ordinary people would have understood the words and expressions of the New Testament authors. Change the way you see the New Testament by better understanding ancient Greek usage.

5. The Book of Enoch22% off
Explore this important Apocryphal book with the standard edition of the text in English. Understand Enoch’s influence on New Testament writers and the early church—and enhance your library with a text referenced in countless commentaries and biblical dictionaries.

6. Preaching the Word: Ephesians: The Mystery of the Body of Christ35% off
R. Kent Hughes explores Ephesians’ focus on Christ and the Church, along with its careful presentation of doctrine, then duty. Study one of Paul’s most complex letters with accessible, thoughtful commentary.

Looking for more? Don’t miss savings on the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, The New International Greek Testament Commentary, the Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series, the Crossway Classic Commentaries Collection, and many other resources—more than 100 in total.