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Regularly $299.95—current bid is only $150
In 1898, Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt discovered thousands of papyri fragments just outside the ruins of the ancient city of Oxyrhynchus. These fragments turned out to be one of the most important papyri discoveries of all time, providing access to the editors’ transcriptions of over 1,800 fragments of detailed notes, translations, and commentary.
Regularly $79.95—current bid is only $34
Ebenezer Erskine was a Scottish minister, talented orator, and key figure in the Secession Church in Scotland. He was known as a man of incorruptible integrity who acted with honesty and courage. This devotion led him to lead a group of ministers who resisted the Church of Scotland’s compromised rights. Included are this steadfast Puritan’s published sermons and poetry in their entirety, still worth studying today for any student of Puritan and Reformed thought.
Regularly $229.95—current bid is only $50
The early church leaders were prolific in their writing and historical documentation. While some of this work has been canonized, much has been forgotten. The Text and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature collection resurrects these documents in a renewed and focused study, attempting to glean ancient wisdom and insight.
Regularly $59.95—current bid is only $30
This collection of classic monographs on the Synoptic problem presents seminal works from eminent scholars—works that were instrumental in shaping the field of Synoptic scholarship. These foundational texts address major issues in Synoptic scholarship, such as the mixture of shared and unique material in each Synoptic account, and what this reveals about the date, composition, and interrelatedness of the Synoptics.
Regularly $259.95—current bid is only $30
Each of these 18 texts explores a different aspect of Paul’s life. This collection pieces together his travels using every available historical record. It provides remarkable insight into the context of Paul’s ministry and his revolutionary teachings about Christ.
Regularly $49.95—current bid is only $40
John Macpherson was an author, a translator, and a Presbyterian minister. The John Macpherson Collection brings together six of his most important works on theology, doctrine, and Scottish church history. Included are Macpherson’s highly respected commentary on Ephesians, a collection of lectures on Scottish theology, Macpherson’s handbook on the Presbyterian church, and more.
Regularly $69.95—current bid is only $8
Known as the “Shakespeare of Divines,” Jeremy Taylor was a priest and writer from the time of Charles I through that of Charles II. The Jeremy Taylor Collection contains the two beloved devotionals, his essay on religious tolerance, The Golden Grove (a manual for personal devotion), and more.
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