Baylor University Press 2018 Grad Student Sale This Weekend!

Baylor University Press is having a Grad Student Sale

The sale itself runs from Friday, June 22th through Sunday, June 24th.  This year the discount codes (BP25, BP30, BP40) apply to all Baylor books, the more you spend the more you save (free shipping on all orders over $75).

Looks like it is time to stock up on the Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text series to survive your next Greek exegesis course. At SBL I was eyeing Christian Oxyrhynchus: Texts, Documents, and Sources edited by Lincoln H. Blumell and Thomas A. Wayment. Matthew L. Skinner’s recent A Companion to the New Testament: Paul and the Pauline Letters is very tempting as well.

It does not look like they are checking your seminary ID card at the door, but the sale is intended for Grad Students. Grab your fall syllabi and spend some quality time exploring the Baylor University Press website.

Remember, if you are in grad school you are supposed to spend all your money on books.

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Baylor University Press “Grad Student Sale” this weekend!

Baylor University Press is having a Grad Student Sale

shut_up_and_take_my_moneyThe sale itself runs from Friday, June 10th through Sunday, June 12th. Use the discount code “BJUN” to order books from their website at a 50% discount! The code applies to all books published in 2014 or earlier. Looks like it is time to stock up on the Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text series to survive your next Greek exegesis course.

I have my eye on the volume edited by Beverly Roberts Gaventa, Apocalyptic Paul: Cosmos and Anthropos in Romans 5-8, or  François Bovon’s The Acts of Philip: A New Translation.

It does not look like they are checking your seminary ID card at the door, but the sale is intended for Grad Students. Grab your fall syllabi and spend some quality time exploring the Baylor University Press website.

Remember, if you are in grad school you are supposed to spend all your money on books.

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