eBook Flash Sale: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
Academic eBooks at Low Prices! Theology, Philosophy, Sex and Gender, and More
We hand-picked a few thoughtful works that are worth your attention, and put them in our brief Academic eBook Sale (November 14-20, 2016).
These eBooks cover a breadth of biblical and theological topics, but don’t miss the small selection of works about sex, gender, and the church.
The deals include:
Black and White Bible, Black and Blue Wife: My Story of Finding Hope after Domestic Abuse by Ruth A. Tucker is 60% off Prostitutes and Polygamists: A Look at Love, Old Testament Style by David T. Lamb is 60% off Four Views on Hell (Second Edition with all new contributors) edited by Preston Sprinkle is 68% off Kierkegaard: A Single Life by Stephen Backhouse is 39% off Five Views on the Church and Politics edited by Amy E. Black is 68% off God’s Glory Alone: The Majestic Heart of…
12 Must-See Books on Biblical Studies (ETS, AAR, SBL Checklist Part 2)
The 2016 annual conferences ETS and AAR/SBL are near! We rounded up a short list of Zondervan’s must-see books on biblical studies. (Also see our must-see books on theology.) Here’s the list in no particular order, including news on special deals and a few comments from readers.
Drop by the Zondervan booth at the conferences in San Antonio and get these books 50% off! (And don’t miss the special Counterpoints deal below.)
1. No God but One: A Former Muslim Investigates the Evidence for Islam & Christianity by Nabeel Qureshi
Find out why…
10 Must-See Books on Theology (ETS, AAR, SBL Checklist Part 1)
With the conferences ETS and AAR/SBL nearly here, we rounded up a short list of Zondervan’s must-see books on theology. (Also see our must-see books on biblical studies.) Here’s the list in no particular order, including some comments from discerning reviewers.
Drop by our conference booth in San Antonio and get these books 50% off! (And don’t miss the special conference deals on The Triune God and the new Counterpoints volumes, detailed below.)
1. The Triune God (New Studies in Dogmatics) by Fred Sanders
Don’t miss the review session on this book at ETS! It will follow author Fred Sanders’ plenary on this book. Here are details:
Responses to Fred Sanders’s book, The Triune God
Attending ETS, AAR, or SBL in November 2016? Get Free Stuff at Zondervan’s Booth
Are you headed to San Antonio for the 2016 annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), American Academy of Religion (AAR), or the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)? Drop by our booth at the conferences, because if you spend $35 or more, you get to choose a free t-shirt or tote. Check out your 3 choices below.
Come to the Zondervan Booth… ETS: Booth #200 AAR/SBL: Booth #220-221
…Get 1 of 3 choices
We have a limited number of each item, so don’t delay in coming to our booth! Again, just spend $35 or more and one of these is yours:
1. T-SHIRT: “Beware the man of one book” —Thomas Aquinas (Attrib.)
In other words, beware narrow learning. This is…
Counterpoints Software Sale: $7 Apiece at Olive Tree and Accordance
The historical Adam. Inerrancy. Divine providence. Final judgment. Each book in the Counterpoints series is indispensable for understanding different views on the foundational issues of Christianity. If it’s vital, it’s in Counterpoints…
See the Deals:
Don’t delay! This deal will disappear on November 20, 2016!
What’s special about the Counterpoints series?
Counterpoints volumes offer you expert dialogue on issues important to Christians.
Each Counterpoints volume—let’s take Genesis: History, Fiction, or Neither? for an example—contains multiple contributing authors from various theological backgrounds. Each expert…
eBook Sale: NIV Application Commentaries Just $4.99
Each eBook in the NIV Application Commentary series is just $4.99 for a limited time! These eBooks will help you understand the Bible’s ancient message and how it speaks today. See the Deals
These resources feature top-notch scholarship from leading experts, including these classic volumes and more:
Genesis and Job by John H. Walton Romans and 2 Peter, Jude by Douglas J. Moo Galatians and 1 Peter by Scot McKnight Daniel by Tremper Longman III Luke by Darrell L. Bock 1 Corinthians by Craig L. Blomberg Esther by Karen H. Jobes Deuteronomy by Daniel I. Block More
This series promises to become an indispensable tool for every…
Reformation Week eBook Sale! Horton, Keller, Grudem and More
If the Reformation has a birthday, it’s October 31. Today in 1517 a small-town German monk sent a document to the Archbishop of Mainz. That document, entitled Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences, would soon “go viral.” You may know this document by its other name: the Ninety-five Theses. The monk, as you know, was Martin Luther.
In remembrance of this important day in the history of the Church, we’ve launched Reformation Week eBook sale that lets you engage with today’s leading Reformed thinkers for prices starting at $2.99.
The deals include:
Pilgrim Theology by Michael Horton, 60% OFF. A revision and distillation of Horton’s award-winning The Christian Faith that is “stunningly accessible” and “provides a compass to lead the thoughtful reader on a journey to better understand their faith, history, and why it all matters,” writes…
Paul’s Letters — A Commentary eBook Sale
For a short time, save up to 80% when you buy eBook editions of commentaries on Paul’s letters.
This new commentary sale features 24 eBooks on the Pauline epistles. These works will help you enhance your teaching and preaching and strengthen your personal devotions.
This is the largest eBook sale on Paul’s letters we’ve ever hosted. You’ll find deals from several series:
NIV Application Commentary (NIVAC) – Understand the Bible’s ancient message and see how it speaks powerfully today. This series features classic works by Doug Moo, Scot McKnight, Craig Blomberg, and many others. Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (ZECNT) – This newer series is designed especially for the pastor and Bible teacher, or students with some knowledge of biblical Greek. The aim is not to review and offer a critique of every possible…
How Should Christians Argue about Politics? (eBook Flash Sale)
While our electoral season is nearly complete, the election isn’t an ending: it’s a beginning. No matter who wins, how should Christians respond? How should we argue? How should we engage in public life over the next four years and beyond?
To help with these challenges, today we’re launching a flash sale on a small handful of eBooks that will help you explore vital Christian perspectives on politics and public life. Gain a fresh perspective on some of the most pressing issues of our time (and save quite a bit of money) with these deals:
Politics—According to the Bible by Wayne Grudem is 70% OFF. “A sweeping, and inspiring, guide to politics and government,” says Hugh Hewitt. “A comprehensive but extremely readable and easy-to-use primer on how a Christian guided by Scripture should think about all of the many…
Software Super Sale! 60% Off 6 Reference Works
Shop today and save 60% on software editions of 6 popular reference works:
Mounce’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words by William D. Mounce. Ideal for readers with limited or no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew who want greater insight into the meanings of biblical words to enhance Bible study. NIV Application Commentary: New Testament (20 Vols.) Understand how to apply the Bible’s ancient message today with these commentaries by Doug Moo, Scot McKnight, Craig Blomberg and many others. New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (5 Vols.) by Willem A. VanGemeren. The classic tool for serious Old Testament and exegetical study. New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis (5 Vols.) by Moisés Silva. The standard…
eBook SALE! Gospel Commentaries, Plus a New Collection on Matthew
For a short time, save up to 80% when you buy eBook editions of gospel commentaries.
This new commentary sale features 17 eBooks on Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These titles will help you improve your research, enhance your teaching and preaching, and strengthen your personal devotions.
There’s a new title in this sale: The Matthew Commentary Collection. Gathering 3 commentaries on Matthew in 1 volume, this collection is an experiment in crafting new tools for commentary readers. If it’s popular with students of Matthew, we may create Commentary Collections for other books of the Bible.
This is the biggest gospel eBooks sale we’ve ever hosted, so you’ll find volumes from…