Save on Luther, Calvin, Edwards, and More

To celebrate the 501st anniversary of the Reformation, we’re slashing prices on tons of Reformed resources.

From forefathers of the Reformation like Augustine and Wycliffe to modern Reformed writers like Richard Muller, the sale features some of the greatest theologians ever to set pen to paper.

This deal ends midnight on October 31, so check out these resources and more while you can.

The Martin Luther Collection (42 vols.) – 66% Off
To honor the man who sparked the Reformation (though plenty came before him), we’re discounting his works the most. This collection represents a massive corpus of biblical interpretation and theology, which together changed the course of Christian history. With this collection, you’ll get dozens of Luther’s most important titles, including commentaries on Scripture and key theological treatises.

Calvin 500 Collection (108 vols.) – 50% Off
At 108 volumes, the John Calvin 500 Collection is the largest collection of Calvin’s material available in the English-speaking world.

This massive collection contains all of Calvin’s Commentaries, five editions of The Institutes in three languages, four volumes of The Letters and correspondence, dozens of tracts and treatises, 10 biographies, and 20 volumes of secondary literature on the history and influence of Calvinism. In short, this is the definitive collection of Calvin material.

Reformed Dogmatics (5 vols.) – 30% Off
Geerhardus Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics (5 vols.) represents the early theological thought of one of the premier Reformed thinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Originally self-published in five volumes in 1896 under the title Gereformeerde Dogmatiek (also known as Dogmatiek), this important piece of Reformed theology has never been available to an English audience until now.

Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics (4 vols.) – 30% Off
A major study reevaluating the primary sources of the post-Reformation era, Richard Muller’s four-volume Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics chronicles the development of Reformed theology and documents the rise of Protestant orthodoxy. These volumes contain some of the most important treatments on the theological history of the Reformation, including:

  • The formation of Reformed prolegomena
  • The relationship between Scripture and theology
  • The development of the Reformed doctrine of God
  • The Reformed understanding of the doctrine of the Trinity

Reformation Commentary on Scripture Collection (11 vols.) – 30% Off
From esteemed editors and scholars Timothy F. George and Scott M. Manetsch, these commentaries are essential for any expositor within—or outside of—the Reformed tradition. Check out the endorsements and you’ll get a sense for their importance.

The commentaries follow an ancient practice of biblical commentary, in which the scriptural texts are elucidated by chains of passages collected from the authoritative insights of the Church’s great exegetes. Each volume consists of the collected comments and wisdom of the Reformers collated around the text of the Bible.

The Reformation sale is a rare chance to get Church- and world-changing works at a steep discount. Any serious student and teacher of Scripture cannot afford to neglect the great contributions of the Reformed tradition.

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Shop the sale now—and hurry, it ends October 31 at midnight (PST).