We’ve recently expanded and compiled three new series—and until April 2, you can take more than 33% off each of these collections!
Get commentaries on Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians, critical studies on Paul’s writings, and introductions to the philosophical background of modern theological conversation—all at steep discounts.
Here are three reasons you’ll love each of these series:
- Get in on the most recent conversations on Paul in postcolonial, gender, and power contexts—and see the Bible’s interpretation in the world today.
- Study Paul’s writings one book at a time (Romans, Philemon, Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, and more) from modern sociocultural lenses.
- Get a 33% discount—just use coupon code PCCS15 before April 2.
- Introduce yourself to modern philosophers such as Žižek, Heidegger, and Hauerwas, as well as philosophical movements such as naturalism and scientific realism.
- Understand how these philosophies underlie academic and popular contexts, from biblical interpretation to philosophical apologetics to contemporary social issues.
- Save 33% when you use coupon code INTS33 before April 2.
- Get access to a number of rare commentaries, including Puritan minister John Jewel’s exposition on the Thessalonian letters, Samuel Hick’s sermon on sanctification, and the Westminster New Testament’s Thessalonians and Corinthians volume by Robert Mackintosh.
- Explore studies on Thessalonians that provide a wide array of material—theology and doctrine, Greek exegesis, devotional application, preaching illustrations and aids, sociohistorical background, and more.
- Take 35% off this commentary until April 2 with coupon code CCS12TH33 at checkout.
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Want bigger discounts? If you own any of the volumes in these collections already, you qualify for a Dynamic Pricing discount, so you’ll only pay for those volumes that are new to you.
And to make these series even more budget friendly, you can add these to payment plans and download them today for a low monthly rate.
Add these series to your Logos library today!