Another Free Book from Logos Bible Software: Paul Murray, Praying with Confidence: Aquinas on the Lord’s Prayer (Continuum, 2010)

Praying With AquinasIt is a good time to stock up on Thomas Aquinas resources for your Logos library. The “Another Free Book of the Month” promotion offers Paul Murray’s Praying with Confidence for free. This 128-page book is a “stimulating scholarly study and an ideal introduction for the general reader. Never before have the most important reflections by Aquinas on the Lord’s Prayer been drawn together and considered in a single book.”

In addition to the free book, Logos has other Aquinas and Aquinas-related resources at deep discounts. Here’s the list:

  • Paul Murray, Praying with Confidence: Aquinas on the Lord’s Prayer (Continuum, 2010), Free!
  • Peter S. Eardley; Carl N. Still, Aquinas: A Guide for the Perplexed, $1.99
  • Aquinas, Summa contra Gentiles (4 vols.), $4.99
  • Daniel A. Keating; John Yocum; Thomas Weinandy, Aquinas on Doctrine: A Critical Introduction (T&T Clark, 2004), $7.99
  • Paul Murray, Aquinas at Prayer: The Bible, Mysticism and Poetry, (Bloomsbury, 2013), $9.99
  • John F. Wippel, The Ultimate Why Question: Why Is There Anything at All Rather than Nothing Whatsoever? (Catholic University Press, 2011), $9.99
  • Aquinas, Knowledge & By Love: Charity and Knowledge in the Moral Theology of St. Thomas, Aquinas, $9.99

The regular Free Book from Logos had a decidedly Reformed theme for January, featuring books  published by respected Reformed publishers P&R and Reformation Heritage. You can add the Lectio Continua Expository Commentaries (LCEC) on Galatians by J. V. Fesko for free for the month of January. Fesko is a well-known writer in the Reformed community, current he is Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi. In addition to this free resource, there are an additional eight books on deep discount through the end of January:

  • Herman Ridderbos, Redemptive History and the New Testament Scriptures (P&R, 1998), 99 cents. 
  • J. V. Fesko, Songs of a Suffering King: The Grand Christ Hymn of Psalms 1–8 (Reformation Heritage, 2014), $1.99. 
  • Ian Duguid, Living in the Gap between Promise and Reality: The Gospel According to Abraham (Gospel according to the Old Testament series; P&R 2014), $2.99. 
  • Matthew Barrett, Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration (P&R, 2013), $3.99. 
  • The Christian’s Reasonable Service, Volume 1: God, Man, and Christ, $5.99.
  • The Works of William Perkins, Volume 1, (Reformation Heritage, 2014), $7.99.
  • Richard Phillips, John, 2 vols. (Reformed Expository Commentary, P&R 2014), $9.99. 

If you were looking to load up on Reformed Resources, now is the time to head over to the Logos Free Book of the Month page.

These free and nearly free books are only available through January 2021.

 

 

 

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for January 2021 – J. V. Fesko, Galatians (Lectio Continua Expository Commentary)

Logos Bible Software is offering a nice collection of Reformed resources as part of their Free Book of the Month promotion for January 2021. These books are published by respected Reformed publishers P&R and Reformation Heritage.

You can add the Lectio Continua Expository Commentaries (LCEC) on Galatians by J. V. Fesko for free for the month of January. Fesko is a well-known writer in the Reformed community, current he is Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi. He has a blog, although it has not been updated since April 2020.

This series is edited by Joel R. Beeke and Jon D. Payne and published by Tolle Lege Press and Reformation Heritage, Grand Rapids, Michigan. The series seeks to recover solid biblical preaching in the church, to Provide a guide for uninterrupted, systematic, expository proclamation of God’s Word and to communicate the context, meaning, gravity, and application of God’s inerrant Word. If you are unfamiliar with the Lectio Continua Commentaries, here is a video trailer for series.

In addition to this free resource, there are an additional eight books on deep discount through the end of January:

  • Herman Ridderbos, Redemptive History and the New Testament Scriptures (P&R, 1998), 99 cents. Ridderbos stresses that the foundation for the canon lies in the history of redemption itself, wherein Christ gave distinctive authority to his apostles. 
  • J. V. Fesko, Songs of a Suffering King: The Grand Christ Hymn of Psalms 1–8 (Reformation Heritage, 2014), $1.99. This commentary hopes “to awaken the Church to the majesty, beauty, and splendor of Psalms through a devotional exploration of Psalms 1–8, a “grand Christ hymn,” in which David, as the suffering king, prefigures the King of kings, Jesus Christ.
  • Ian Duguid, Living in the Gap between Promise and Reality: The Gospel According to Abraham (Gospel according to the Old Testament series; P&R 2014), $2.99. Duguid pulls the reader into the dramatic unfolding of the story of Abraham as a significant stage in the larger story of salvation.
  • Matthew Barrett, Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration (P&R, 2013), $3.99. “Barrett also provides a helpful evaluation of both the Arminian position and contemporary attempts to chart a middle course between Calvinistic and Arminian systems.”
  • The Christian’s Reasonable Service, Volume 1: God, Man, and Christ, $5.99. First published in 1700, The Christian’s Reasonable Service (De Redelijke Godsdienst) ran through 20 Dutch editions in the eighteenth century alone.
  • The Works of William Perkins, Volume 1, (Reformation Heritage, 2014), $7.99. This is the first of a projected 10-volume set edited by J. Stephen Yuille. This volume contains three treatise: A Digest or Harmony of the Books of the Old and New Testament; The Combat between Christ and the Devil Displayed. Expounding Matthew 4:1–11; A Godly and Learned Exposition upon Christ’s Sermon in the Mount.
  • Richard Phillips, John, 2 vols. (Reformed Expository Commentary, P&R 2014), $9.99. J. I. Packer described this series as “well researched and well reasoned, practical and pastoral, shrewd, solid, and searching.”

If you were looking to load up on Reformed Resources, now is the time to head over to the Logos Free Book of the Month page. These free and nearly free books are only available through January 2021.

 

 

 

 

Logos Christmas Sale 2020

Logos Christmas Sale 2020

Logos has a nice collection of resources on sale through the end of the month. It does not look like they are doing an “advent calendar” this year where you have to check in every day. But there may be a few surprises, who knows? It’s Christmas!

As expected, a few of these are inexpensive “stocking stuffers” like Morna Hooker’s excellent The Gospel According to Saint Mark in the Black’s series (Free!) or Logos 8 Gospel Studies Library Expansion (72% off). I see a couple of New Studies in Biblical Theology for only a few dollars each. Poke around and see what you can find and stuff that stocking properly.

There are some really deep discounts on larger collections, if you have been waiting for a big sale at the end of the year, this is it:

  • Bible for Everyone Commentary Collection (35 vols.) 62% off, $119.99 sale price
  • Challies Recommends: Best Old Testament Commentaries (55 vols.) 50% off, $442.99 sale price
  • Romans-Philemon, 21 vols. (New Testament Technical Commentary Collection) 65% off, $232.99 sale price
  • New Studies in Biblical Theology Series Collection | NSBT (50 vols.) 52% off, $299.99 sale price
  • NIV Application Commentary: New Testament | NIVAC (20 vols) 55% off, $199.99 sale price
  • New International Commentary: Old Testament | NIC (28 vols.) 51% off, $499.99 sale price
  • Popular Patristics Series  Collection (53 vols) 54% off, $229.99 sale price
  • Ancient Christian Reference Collection (55 vols.) 50% off, $549.99 sale price
  • Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary | SHBC (36 vols.) 55% off, $499.99 sale price
  • Welwyn Commentary Series | WCS (56 vols.) 60% off, $199.99 sale price
  • New Covenant Commentary Series | NCCS (16 vols.) 54% off, $99.99 sale price
  • The Life Application Bible Commentary (17 vols.) 60% off, $49.99 sale price

Maybe it is time to get a base package or upgrade to Logos 9 (check out my review of the new version). All based packages are on sale for 15% off for the month of December. This includes the Starter level up to the the pricier packages like Silver, Gold, Diamond. Follow this link and save some of money and get a few freebies.

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Do not forget about the free book of the month from Crossway, Philip Ryken’s commentary on Exodus, Exodus: Saved for God’s Glory. Read my comments on this sale from December 1.  Through the end of December you can also  get Wilfrid J. Harrington’s Reading Mark for the First Time (Paulist , 2014) as well as some discounted Catholic resources.

If you do not have Logos yet, you should at least get the free basic version so you can take advantage of the free book of the month and the other sale resources.

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Logos Free Book of the Month for December 2020 – Philip Ryken, Exodus: Saved for God’s Glory (Preaching the Word Commentary Series)

Logos partners with Crossway this month for  December’s Free Book of the Month. You can get Philip Graham Ryken commentary on Exodus, Exodus: Saved for God’s Glory for free. This is part of the Preaching the Word series. Ryken is a well-known author and eighth president of Wheaton College and former senior minister of Philadelphia’s historic Tenth Presbyterian Church. 

The Preach the Word series is intentionally “theologically instructive and decidedly practical.” The series is edited R. Kent Hughes (DMin, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), senior pastor emeritus of College Church in Wheaton Illinois. In this series, “experienced pastors exemplify expository preaching and provide practical applications. . . this series is known for its commitment to biblical authority, its pastoral tone and focus, and its overall accessibility.” 

Here is a short one-minute video of Kent Hughes explaining the method used in the series

In addition to the free volume, other individual volumes of the series are discounted:

  • R. Kent Hughes and Bryan Chapel, 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus—To Guard the Deposit, 99 cents
  • Philip Graham Ryken, Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope, $1.99
  • David Allen, 1–3 John—Fellowship in God’s Family, $2.99
  • Christoper Ash, Job: The Wisdom of the Cross, $4.99
  • R. Kent Hughes, Hebrews: An Anchor for the Soul, 2 vols., $6.99
  • Doug O’Donnell, Matthew: All Authority in Heaven and on Earth, $9.99

For about $28 you can add seven pastoral commentaries to your Logos Library. Not convinced?

There are 39 volumes in the Preaching the Word series (Hebrews is two volumes, so there are 40 physical books), If you ever choose to purchase the entire series from Logos, they will factor these purchase into your final price so you do not have to buy them twice.

As with all Logos books, these commentaries fully utilize  the features of Logos Bible Software, including fully searchable text, links to other resources in your library, and robust note taking tools.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of December 2020. Be sure to get these books while you can!

 

More Free Books for Logos Bible Software in November 2020

Levering Brazos Ezra NehemiahLogos just added another free book for November, Matthew Levering’s Brazos Commentary on Ezra and Nehemiah. This series is a good example of theological interpretation of Scripture.

Don’t miss these special discounts on additional books by Levering and Scott Hahn:

  • Scott Hahn’s The Kingdom of God as Liturgical Empire: A Theological Commentary on 1–2 Chronicles, $1.99
  • Levering’s Engaging the Doctrine of Revelation: The Mediation of the Gospel through Church and Scripture, $7.99
  • Encountering the Living God in Scripture: Theological and Philosophical Principles for Interpretation, $9.99

Logos partners with Baker Academic this month for their Free Book of the Month promotion in November. Add William Hendricksen’s commentary on Romans for free to your Logos Library. Originally published in 1981 in two volumes, this commentary reflects a classic Reformed view of Romans and years of preparation. Hendricksen was Professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary from 1942 to 1952. After Hendricksen died in 1982 Simon Kistemaker (Reformed Theological Seminary) finished the series. 

Logos is offering several other commentaries from Baker at deep discounts. The Understanding the Bible Commentary was formerly the New International Biblical Commentary, published by Hendricksen. When Baker acquired the series they renamed it and updated the covers, but as far as I know the content is identical. Although they are brief commentaries, I have always found them quite helpful.

The Teach the Text Commentary Series  attempts to bridge the gap between exegetical and devotional commentaries “by utilizing the best of biblical scholarship and providing the information a pastor needs to communicate the text effectively.” Here is a video trailer for the series from Baker Academic.

  • Donald Hagner, Hebrews (Understanding the Bible Commentary), $1.99
  • Robert Chisholm, 1 & 2 Samuel (Teach the Text Commentary Series), $2.99
  • Craig C. Broyles, Psalms (Understanding the Bible Commentary), $3.99
  • William Hendricksen, John (Hendriksen & Kistemaker New Testament Commentary), $5.99
  • Edward Curtis, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs (Teach the Text Commentary Series), $7.99
  • Simon J. Kistemaker, James and the Epistles of John (Hendriksen & Kistemaker New Testament Commentary), $9.99

As with all Logos books, these commentaries fully utilize  the features of Logos Bible Software, including fully searchable text, links to other resources in your library, and robust note taking tools.

I did a “First Look and Review” of the newest version of Logos Bible Software. Logos 9 was released in late October and is worth a look. Do want to invest any money in Logos yet? Version 8 is still available in a basic free edition. Download the basic edition and add the free books. You can always upgrade later. Don’t forget, you can purchase the Collector’s Edition of Logos 9 or a pretty nice car.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of November 2020. Be sure to load up on these resources while you can!

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for November 2020 – William Hendricksen, Romans

Hendricksen, Romans CommentaryLogos partners with Baker Academic this month for their Free Book of the Month promotion in November. Add William Hendricksen’s commentary on Romans for free to your Logos Library. Originally published in 1981 in two volumes, this commentary reflects a classic Reformed view of Romans and years of preparation. Hendricksen was Professor of New Testament at Calvin Theological Seminary from 1942 to 1952. After Hendricksen died in 1982 Simon Kistemaker (Reformed Theological Seminary) finished the series. 

Logos is offering several other commentaries from Baker at deep discounts. The Understanding the Bible Commentary was formerly the New International Biblical Commentary, published by Hendricksen. When Baked acquired the series they renamed it and updated the covers, but as far as I know the content is identical. Although they are brief commentaries, I have always found them quite helpful.

The Teach the Text Commentary Series  attempts to bridge the gap between exegetical and devotional commentaries “by utilizing the best of biblical scholarship and providing the information a pastor needs to communicate the text effectively.” Here is a video trailer for the series from Baker Academic.

  • Donald Hagner, Hebrews (Understanding the Bible Commentary), $1.99
  • Robert Chisholm, 1 & 2 Samuel (Teach the Text Commentary Series), $2.99
  • Craig C. Broyles, Psalms (Understanding the Bible Commentary), $3.99
  • William Hendricksen, John (Hendriksen & Kistemaker New Testament Commentary), $5.99
  • Edward Curtis, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs (Teach the Text Commentary Series), $7.99
  • Simon J. Kistemaker, James and the Epistles of John (Hendriksen & Kistemaker New Testament Commentary), $9.99

As with all Logos books, these commentaries fully utilize  the features of Logos Bible Software, including fully searchable text, links to other resources in your library, and robust note taking tools.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of November 2020. Be sure to get these books while you can!

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for October 2020 – Peter T. Vogt, Interpreting the Pentateuch: An Exegetical Handbook

Logos partners with Kregel Academic this month for their Free Book of the Month as well as several other Old Testament resources at deep discounts. For the month of October, you can download Peter T. Vogt, Interpreting the Pentateuch: An Exegetical Handbook (Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis). I have reviewed several of the volumes in this series and they have all been excellent introductions to both critical issues as well as guides for exegesis and preaching.

In addition to this free book, Logos has great discounts on the following Kregel Academic books:

  • Robert B. Chisholm, Interpreting the Historical Books: An Exegetical Handbook (Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis) – $1.99
  • Eugene Merrill, A Commentary on 1 & 2 Chronicles (Kregel Exegetical Library) – $3.99 (Link to my review)
  • Duane Garrett, A Commentary on Exodus (Kregel Exegetical Library) – $5.99 (Link to my review)
  • Jason S. DeRouchie, What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus’ Bible – $7.99 (Link to my review)

These books utilize all the features of Logos Bible Software, including fully searchable text, links to other resources in your library, and robust note taking tools.

See my reviews of previous volumes in the Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis series:

On October 15, Logos added a few more books to their free/almost free offerings, all theology from T&T Clark

  • Thomas Guarino, Foundations of Systematic Theology, Free!
  • The Theology of St. Cyril of Alexandria, $4.99
  • David Torevell, Losing the Sacred: Ritual, Modernity and Liturgical Reform, $7.99
  • Alcuin Reid, T&T Clark Companion to Liturgy, 9.99

 

Logos Commentary Sale

Logos is also running a sale on their best rated commentaries. Save up to 50% on excellent resources such as Doug Moo’s Romans volume in the The New International Commentary on the New Testament or Greg Beale’s Revelation commentary in the New International Greek Text Commentary series. Pick up individual volumes of the Word Biblical Commentary (Longenecker’s Galatians, for example) and the Anchor Bible commentary (Propp’s two volumes on Exodus, for example), and the NIV Application Commentary. there are plenty of other series represented at every level, from high-end academic to pastoral expositional commentaries.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of October 2020. Be sure to get these books while you can!

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for September 2020 – The Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Logos is offering a great Free Book of the Month as well as some real gems at deep discounts. For the month of September, you can download the The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 8: Matthew, Mark, Luke for free. D. A. Carson wrote the Matthew commentary, Walter W. Wessel wrote Mark, and Walter L. Liefeld wrote Luke.

This free volume (and the Isaiah Jeremiah volume for $1.99) was published in 1984. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary has been extremely popular over the years, reflecting some of the best evangelical scholarship at the time, yet targeting pastors, teachers and lay-people. The body of the commentary deals with the main features of the text and interacts with the biblical languages in more detailed notes. When I am asked by recent college graduates what commentary series the should buy, this is the series I recommend.

As always Logos has a few more volumes in the series at extremely reasonable prices:

  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 6: Isaiah (Geoffrey W. Grogan), Jeremiah (Charles L. Feinberg), Lamentations (H. L. Ellison), Ezekiel (Ralph H. Alexander), $1.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 11: Romans–Galatians (Revised Edition), Everett F. Harrison, Donald A. Hagner, Robert K. Rapa, $2.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 3: 1 Samuel–2 Kings (Revised Edition), Ronald F. Youngblood, Richard D. Patterson, Hermann Austel, $3.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 5: Psalms, (Revised Edition), by Willem A. VanGemeren, $9.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 12: Ephesians–Philemon (Revised Edition), William W. Klein, Todd Still, Robert L. Thomas, $16.99 (50% off)
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 13: Hebrews-Revelation (Revised Edition), R. T. France, George Guthrie, J. Daryl Charles, Tom Thatcher, Alan F. Johnson $18.99 (50% off)

Not sold yet? Here is a short video on the Revised Expositor’s Bible Commentary:

 

Usually about mid-month Logos adds another set of free and discounted books, so starting September 9, you can get Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History, Books 1–5 (The Fathers of the Church; Catholic University of America, 1953). This translation is more up-to-date than Krisopp Lake’s 1923 translation in the Loeb Library, although unlike the Loeb edition this book only contains the English translation of the first five books of Ecclesiastical History. There are a few additional books with great discounts, so visit the page for all the deals.

If you do not already own Logos, you can get the basic edition for free and read these books, or get Logos Fundamentals for 50% off for a limited time. This is a collection of 53 resources for $49.95. Follow that link and you can select one additional resource for free and choose a few more for $1.99 each. Try using the code PARTNEROFFER8 at checkout.

Logos Commentary Sale

Logos is also running a sale on their best rated commentaries. Save up to 50% on excellent resources such as Doug Moo’s Romans volume in the The New International Commentary on the New Testament or Greg Beale’s Revelation commentary in the New International Greek Text Commentary series. Pick up individual volumes of the Word Biblical Commentary (Longenecker’s Galatians, for example) and the Anchor Bible commentary (Propp’s two volumes on Exodus, for example), and the NIV Application Commentary. there are plenty of other series represented at every level, from high-end academic to pastoral expositional commentaries.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of September 2020. Be sure to get these books while you can!

Another Free Book from Logos – Joseph A. Fitzmyer, A Christological Catechism: New Testament Answers

In addition to their regular promotion, Logos often offers “another free book of the month.” For August 2020, they are giving away a copy of Joseph A. Fitzmyer, A Christological Catechism: New Testament Answers (New and Revised Edition; Paulist, 1993). Fitzmyer is well-known for his commentaries on Luke, Romans, Acts and Philemon in the Anchor Bible commentary series as well as several early volumes on the Dead Sea Scrolls.

In this popular work, Fitzmyer asks (and answers) twenty-five questions about Jesus. The book covers a wide range of issues including the virgin birth, the infancy narratives, Jesus’ claim to be the Messiah, the historical accuracy and significance of the resurrection and ascension texts, the place of Peter and the apostles, the importance of the apocryphal gospels, and more. The answers are from the perspective of Roman Catholicism (the book has nihil obstat and imprimatur ensuring the book is “free of doctrinal or moral error”), but many of these questions and answers reflect contemporary scholarship and theology as much as church tradition.

Sticking to the Roman Catholic Christology theme, Logos has also discounted several additional resources:

Fitzmyer’s free book and these discounted resources are only available through the end of August 2020.

Want more free books for Logos? Check out the other collection of free and discounted books for August 2020. Logos is also running a “back to school” sale on base packages and other reference materials, here are my comments and recommendations.

 

Back to School Sale at Logos Bible Software

Logos Back to School Sale

The summer is rapidly coming to an end and the new school year is starting. This means Logos Bible Software is running their annual back-to-School sale, with decent discounts on Logos 8 Base packages as well as a few key resources ideal for the Biblical Studies student.

Logos 8 Academic Premium is 25% off. This package includes the Yale Anchor Bible Dictionary, the two-volume Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Nestle-Aland 28, the Louw and Nida Lexicon, Liddell and Scott Greek Lexicon, both TDNT and Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament (EDNT), and a slew of other Greek resources. For Hebrew, the bundle as Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: SESB 2.0 Version with Apparatus and the eight volume The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew. In all, there are more than 390 resources. Scroll around, there are plenty of other bundles targeting more theologically minded readers (as well as people with plenty of money, the Diamond collection is also 40% off).

Here are a few things that caught my eye:

  • A Greek–English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd ed. (BDAG) is only $89.99. If you have not invested in BDAG yet, now is the time. It rarely is on sale, and well worth the money for anyone working in the Greek New Testament. You can link this lexicon to your Greek Bible, click on the word and the lexicon will open to the entry for that lemma.
  • Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, edited by D. J. A. Clines is 40% off. This is a great deal, you should not hesitate to add this to your collection and experience the joy of clicking a Hebrew word and having this lexicon open to the exact entry.
  • The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek (BrillDAG) is 42% off. This is still pricey, but it is a massive up-to-date lexicon for Classical Greek.

The sale has sections for Ancient Languages, Ministry & Practical Theology, History, Biblical Studies and Reference works. If you already have some resources in a package, Logos will give you a dynamic price,” meaning they do not include the books you already own in the price. For example, I already had some volumes of the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, so my price was 40% off the volumes I did not already own. The same is true for base packages, so head to the sale page and check out your “dynamic price.”

in case you missed it, the Logos Free Book of the Month for August 2020 is J. Louis Martyn, History and Theology in the Fourth Gospel (Third Edition). Grab this book for free, and two volumes of the Hermenia series, Paul J. Achtemeier, 1 Peter (1996) for $1.99 and John Collins, Daniel (1993), for $5.99. You can get Brevard Childs, The Book of Exodus (The Old Testament Library, 1974) for $.99 and Walther Eichrodt’s two volume classic Theology of the Old Testament, Volumes One & Two (1961, 1967) for $9.99.

The Back to School Sale ends soon, so start abusing those student loans now.