Book discounts

CBD has some great deals on books which should be of interest:

Thinking about Christ with Schleiermacher
By: Catherine L. Kelsey
Westminster John Knox Press / 2003
$5.99

Prayer
By: Karl Barth
Westminster John Knox Press / 2002
$4.99

Fifty Prayers
By: Karl Barth
Westminster John Knox Press / 2008
$4.99

The Early Preaching of Karl Barth: Fourteen Sermons with Commentary
By: Karl Barth, William H. Willimon
Westminster John Knox Press / 2009
$3.99

Reformed Confessions of the Sixteenth Century
Edited By: Arthur C. Cochrane
Westminster John Knox Press / 2003
$4.99

Calvin’s First Catechism: A Commentary
By: I. John Hesselink
Westminster John Knox Press / 1997
$4.99

Covenant and Salvation: Union with Christ
By: Michael Horton
Westminster John Knox Press / 2007
$7.99

Infant Baptism in Reformation Geneva
By: Karen E. Spierling
Westminster John Knox Press / 2009
$4.99

Those are some of the more recently discounted books. They still have Eberhard Busch’s Karl Barth & the Pietists on sale, along with Joseph Mangina’s brilliant survey of Barth. Also, Lesslie Newbigin’s Signs amid the Rubble is still only $2.99.

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2 comments

  1. Yeah, Lutheran theology is still a small blip on the radar in America. Reformed theology, in all its varied manifestations and denominational spread, is dominant. All of these titles are WJK Press, a Reformed publishing house (mainline Presbyterian to be specific). Also, who are the other dominant publishers in America for theology? Eerdmans, Baker, Zondervan — all are Reformed publishers, with a Dutch Reformed heritage. They publish across the spectrum, but the focus is still on Reformed titles.

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