This month we’re shining the spotlight on celebrated publisher T&T Clark with 30% off some of their most popular collections, including the International Critical Commentary (61 vols.).
Here are all the deals you’ll want to take advantage of while you still can.
The Works of John Owen (17 vols.)
John Owen was one of the most influential and inspiring theologians of the seventeenth century. This Logos edition of his works includes the English as well as the original Latin treatises, giving you unprecedented access to Owen’s original writings with the help of Logos’ powerful research tools.
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Barth’s Church Dogmatics (31 vols.)
Karl Barth was perhaps the most influential theologian of the twentieth century. Church Dogmatics, Barth’s monumental life-work that consists of more than 6 million words, was written over the span of 35 years. In it, Barth covers in depth the great doctrines of the Word of God, God, Creation and Reconciliation. This is an essential collection for anyone with an interest in theology.
T&T Clark Pauline Studies Collection (28 vols.)
These selected volumes from the Library of New Testament Studies represent some of the most up-to-date, in-depth, and authoritative research in Pauline studies and cover some of the most hotly debated topics in the field. Explore the context of Second Temple Judaism and the Greco-Roman world, examine the New Perspective on Paul, discover fresh exegesis on important topics like intertextuality, Paul’s use of the Old Testament, sexuality, ecclesiology, women, marriage, and more.
T&T Clark Old Testament in the New Testament Collection (15 vols.)
More than mere overview, these specific examinations help instill a deep understanding of larger themes. Get comprehensive scholarly coverage of exciting issues, as G.K. Beale and Steve Moyise present opposing viewpoints of the Old Testament in Revelation, Brian Abasciano looks at how Paul draws on the Old Testament in Romans 9, and much more.
International Critical Commentary Series (ICC) (61 vols.)
This month’s most popular resource, The International Critical Commentary brings together linguistic, textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological insights that shed light on every passage of Scripture. If you were to purchase all 61 volumes in print at suggested retail price, the cost would be over $2,800.00. The Logos edition already provides a substantial discount, but for the next two days you can get an extra 30% off.!