“We should not limit ourselves to a certain field or type of book. There are good books in all the various phases of life and human experience. We should feed our minds with a variety of thoughts, as we do our stomachs with a variety of foods. . . . Great books are like mountain tops. They take us toward the skies, a new realm, and a new vision of the world and creation . . . . The greatest of all books are those that bring us near Divine truth, with a message of righteousness to all mankind.”
—William B. Eerdmans
Since 1911, the Eerdmans Publishing Company has made it a priority to publish only the finest in religious literature, featuring works from authors like C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Karl Barth, N. T. Wright, Philip Yancy, and John Calvin. Eerdmans is focused on publishing books across a variety of platforms to bring perspectives and ideas to new readers. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Logos is making another collection from this publishing company available to our users.
Comprised of works by biblical scholars, the Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series (14 vols.) brings you a powerful resources to aid in your biblical study. Whether you’re interested in discovering the deeper meaning behind poetry in Scripture or are grappling with the theology of manhood and womanhood, you will be amazed by the information available. These aren’t your everyday perspective-as-facts resources backed up with limited citations—these books are chock-full of information from ancient texts, historians, and other scholars.
Let’s be honest, we read the Bible for understanding—being aware of the historical and cultural context as you study is a key to grasping the significance of the text. Though we will never be able to fully apprehend the wisdom contained in the Bible, these volumes can bring more clarity to your personal study, and hopefully, “near Divine truth.”
Don’t miss your chance to get the Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series while it’s at its amazing Pre-Pub price.
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