Flash Sale: Wayne Grudem eBooks 80% Off, Today Only
Four of Wayne Grudem’s eBooks from Zondervan are on sale today, and only today (February 2, 2015), at very steep discounts.
If you haven’t already picked up Grudem’s monumental Systematic Theology, get it today for just $7.99. That's 80% off regular price, making this the steepest discount we've offered on the book.
Grudem’s celebrated “condensations” of Systematic Theology are also on sale: Bible Doctrine ($3.99 today), which just appeared as an eBook for the first time in October. The even briefer condensation, Christian Beliefs, is on sale for just $1.99.
Also not to be missed, Grudem’s eBook Politics – According to the Bible is just $3.99 (original price $31.99). For those keeping score, that’s 87% off.
This sale will be gone tomorrow, so there’s no time to waste!
The sale on Wayne Grudem’s eBooks ends Monday at 11:59 p.m. ET (2/2/15). Sale prices apply to US websites only (we apologize to our international readers).
Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine
“It is penetrating but not confusing; readable and clear but not superficial; biblically grounded, even biblically saturated, but not textually careless or glib; devout and reverent but not uncritical or naïve. I expect to turn to it for decades.” — John Piper, DesiringGod.org
Bible Doctrine: Essential Teachings of the Christian Faith
“The two comments that I hear most frequently from people who have read Systematic Theology or Bible Doctrine are ‘Thank you for writing a theology book that I can understand’ and ‘This book is helping my Christian life.’” — Wayne Grudem
Christian Beliefs: 20 Basics Every Christian Should Know
“This summary will certainly help beginners with Christ to get the hang of their faith.” — J. I. Packer, Regent College
Politics -- According to the Bible
“A sweeping, and inspiring, guide to politics and government. . . A comprehensive but extremely readable and easy-to-use primer on how a Christian guided by Scripture should think about all of the many issues facing a citizen today.” — Hugh Hewitt, Chapman University School of Law
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