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SALE! Cyber Month: Week 3 (Eerdmans)


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The Accordance CYBER MONTH Sale continues with NEW RELEASES and specials from EERDMANS PUBLISHING! Save up to 78% off a massive group of discounted items.

 

NEW RELEASES
🆕 Dictionariy of Deities & Demons in the Bible—$39.90
🆕 Stuhlmacher, Biblical Theology of the New Testament—$34.90
🆕 Charlesworth, Pesharim & Qumran History—$9.90

 

EERDMANS COMMENTARIES
👉🏽 New International Commentary on the Old & New Testament Bundle (48 volumes)—$599
👉🏽 New International Commentary on the Old Testament (28 volumes)—$399
👉🏽 New International Commentary on the New Testament (20 volumes)—$299
🆕 Renz, NICOT: The Books of Nahum, Habakkuk & Zephaniah—$24.90
👉🏽 Pillar New Testament Commentary (Revised/15 volumes)
🆕 Moo, Pillar: The Letter of James (2nd ed.)—$20.90 
👉🏽 Two Horizons Old Testament Commentary (13 volumes)—$124
👉🏽 Two Horizons New Testament Commentary (9 volumes)—$99.90
👉🏽 New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 volumes)—$149
👉🏽 International Theological Commentary: Old Testament (28 volumes)—$199
👉🏽 The Forms of Old Testament Literature (19 volumes)—$170
👉🏽 The Bible in Medieval Tradition (4 volumes)—$69.90
👉🏽 The Church's Bible (6 volumes)—$99.90
🆕 Song of Songs: Interpreted by Early Christian and Medieval Commentators (The Church's Bible)—$19.90
👉🏽 Preaching Christ from the Old Testament Series (5 volumes)—$84.90
👉🏽 Eerdmans Commentary on the Bible—$24.90
👉🏽 Gundry, Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross (2 volumes)—$49.90
👉🏽 Gundry, Matthew: A Commentary on His Handbook for a Mixed Church Under Persecution—$29.90
👉🏽 Beale, Revelation: A Shorter Commentary—$15.90
👉🏽 Waltke's Historical Commentaries on the Psalms (2 volumes)—$32.90
👉🏽 Waltke, Commentary on Micah—$12.90

 

EERDMANS HEBREW & GREEK RESOURCES
👉🏽 Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (Vols 1-15)—$149
👉🏽 Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (Vol. 16: Aramaic)—$24.90
👉🏽 Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (Vol. 17: Index)—$24.90
👉🏽 Theological Dictionary of the New Testament—$99.90
👉🏽 Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Abridged)—$39.90
👉🏽 Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament (3 volumes)—$79.90
👉🏽 Würthwein, The Text of the Old Testament—$17.90
👉🏽 Croy, A Primer of Biblical Greek—$17.90

 

EERDMANS DICTIONARIES/REFERNCE WORKS
👉🏽 The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (revised/4 volumes)—$74.90
👉🏽 The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism—$39.90
👉🏽 The Encyclopedia of Christianity (5 volumes)
👉🏽 Ferguson, Backgrounds of Early Christianity—$19.90
👉🏽 Lorsch, All the People of the Bible—$14.90
👉🏽 Pilch, A Cultural Handbook to the Bible—$12.90
👉🏽 The Eerdmans Companion to the Bible—$27.90
👉🏽 Zucconi, Ancient Medicine—$59.90

 

MORE EERDMANS RESOURCES
👉🏽 McEntyre Bundle (5 volumes)—$34.90
👉🏽 Thiselton's Hermeneutics Set (2 volumes)—$34.90
👉🏽 Green, Hearing the New Testament: Strategies for Interpretation—$17.90
👉🏽 Green, Thompson & Achtemeier, Introducing the New Testament—$25.90
👉🏽 Witherington, The New Testament Story—$14.90

 

For more information, please see today's sale blog post

 

Special offers are good through Monday November 29, 2021 (11:59 PM EST) and cannot be combined with any other discounts.


 

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Rick,

I have the Pillar NTC-15. Which particular update do I need to bring my series up-to-date?

 

Bill

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9 hours ago, wcombs said:

Rick,

I have the Pillar NTC-15. Which particular update do I need to bring my series up-to-date?

 

Bill

 

+1

 

agreeing with bill, it seems that at the moment you can only buy the revised moo james. there's no series upgrade way to do it. adding the series into the cart just puts it at 199.

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+1 Also interested in this.

 

(This post also give details as to the different versions of the Pillar set offered by Accordance - https://accordancebible.com/article/buzz-articles-pntc/)

 

Could someone post a comparison on the difference on the two revised volumes (Letters of John and James).

 

I am trying to determine how much of a substantial revision each volume is and whether the upgrade is worth it 

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There is an upgrade available in the store which has just the updated James module but it does not appear to be in the sale. The individual volume is $20.90 and the upgrade is $34.90.

 

There is also an upgrade for just the Letters of John module which is $23.90.

 

So at the moment the upgrade for both modules is $58.90 although I'm not sure that the James upgrade is currently correct.

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I called Accordance before I posted my original question. The fellow I talked to did not have any answers and suggested I post on the forum. I was amazed that he could not answer my inquiry and suggested I try the forum. But so far we have heard nothing from Accordance people.

 

Bill

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On 11/17/2021 at 12:58 AM, wcombs said:

Rick,

I have the Pillar NTC-15. Which particular update do I need to bring my series up-to-date?

 

Bill

I have also the similar question about NICOT-NICNT. In another tread.

I would love to have the updates IN the set. Not external. 

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19 minutes ago, Fabian said:

I have also the similar question about NICOT-NICNT. In another tread.

I would love to have the updates IN the set. Not external. 

 

The NICOT does have an upgrade to the package with the latest revised module at the same price as the individual book.

 

https://accordancebible.com/product/nicot-28rup28/

 

I would point out that the disadvantage of upgrading the whole set is that if you want to keep the old version of Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah in your library then you need to keep the previous NICOT set as well as the new one.

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so there it is.

 

where did you find that page (link)?

it's not in the NICOT Old Testament Upgrade Options page nor on the sale email i believe

 

did you happen to find the one for pillar too?

 

so it seems the issue is that the product pages aren't updated when these sales happen or when new modules are released...

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13 minutes ago, Steve King said:

 

The NICOT does have an upgrade to the package with the latest revised module at the same price as the individual book.

 

https://accordancebible.com/product/nicot-28rup28/

 

 

Thanks, have you found the upgrade price for the full NICOT-NICNT 48 volume? 

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3 minutes ago, Fabian said:

Thanks, have you found the upgrade price for the full NICOT-NICNT? 

Because the NICOT and NICNT are separate modules anyway when they appear in your library it is only the NICOT that has the upgrade.

 

At least that is what I assume.

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13 minutes ago, Andrew G said:

where did you find that page (link)?

 

I went to the standard store page (products by category). Clicked on the 'see 50 more' and selected the check box for commentaries (which is quite a way down). The first modules on the products displayed are the latest upgrades

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11 minutes ago, Steve King said:

Because the NICOT and NICNT are separate modules anyway when they appear in your library it is only the NICOT that has the upgrade.

 

At least that is what I assume.

I see your thoughts. But thats not the case. Because I have the full 48 volume. And I have to upgrade this. Yes I know in the Library is it divided, but here it depends on what you have purchased. See my other thread where I had to pay for an upgrade for the NICOT ca. $70 but not for the NICOT-NICNT. And this upgrade is only $25 so it is clear this is separate. 

 

 

Thanks.

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2 minutes ago, Fabian said:

I see your thoughts. But thats not the case. Because I have the full 48 volume. And I have to upgrade this. Yes I know in the Library is it divided, but here it depends on what you have purchased. See my other thread where I had to pay for an upgrade for the NICOT ca. $70 but not for the NOCOT-NICNT. And this upgrade is only $25 so it is clear this is separate. 

 

Hmmm. In the latest release the NICOT upgrade is the same price as the new individual book, which makes sense. If you upgraded NICOT-NICNT then I would expect that to be exactly the same. I originally bought NICOT-NICNT together but there have been many upgrades since and I'm pretty sure they have been separate for NICOT and NICNT.

 

It would be a real headache trying to keep upgrades to NICOT-NICNT together in the store. I'll check your other thread to see what it says.

 

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50 minutes ago, Steve King said:

 

The NICOT does have an upgrade to the package with the latest revised module at the same price as the individual book.

 

https://accordancebible.com/product/nicot-28rup28/

 

I would point out that the disadvantage of upgrading the whole set is that if you want to keep the old version of Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah in your library then you need to keep the previous NICOT set as well as the new one.

 

actually when i click on the link, i get this.

i already own the nicot28

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1 hour ago, Andrew G said:

i already own the nicot28

 

Do you have the version of NICOT that includes the Haggai and Malachi module by Mignon R. Jacobs or is it by Pieter A. Verhoef?

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Sorry about the confusion about upgrades, folks. We've got most of it worked out with a little bit remaining. We will try not to let this happen in the future. We appreciate your patience. 

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I am still confused, Rick. I have the Pillar NTC-15. I believe that means that to get up-to-date, I need the updated Letters of John (2020) and James (2021). Now when I look at this page:

https://accordancebible.com/product/pillar-ntc-15r3up15r/

It is an upgrade for James for $17.90. Apparently, it is named NTC-15R3up15R. To purchase this upgrade the page says one must own the NTC-15R. I do not see an "Add to Cart" button, and rightly so, I suppose, because I do not own the NTC-15R. 

 

So what I have been asking on the phone and on this forum for several days is how do I take my NTC-15 to NTC-15R? I assume here must be a way for me to go from my NTC-15 to NTC-15R or to go from my NTC-15 to the NTC-15R3up15R. In other words, what step or steps do I take to get up-to-date with the Pillar series?

 

Bill

 

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On 11/19/2021 at 6:20 AM, R. Mansfield said:

Sorry about the confusion about upgrades, folks. We've got most of it worked out with a little bit remaining. We will try not to let this happen in the future. We appreciate your patience. 

 

has this been all sorted out? i'm still getting price discrepancies and where it's saying i don't own something when i do.

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On 11/19/2021 at 9:39 AM, Dan Langston said:

Rick,

 

Thanks for all the great information.  I assume it's a typo, but wanted to check.

 

The link says the 48 volume bundle is $599

 

EERDMANS COMMENTARIES
👉🏽 New International Commentary on the Old & New Testament Bundle (48 volumes)—$500

 

Yes. Typo. My apologies.

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Heads up! All Cyber Month sales, including this one, are ending today.

 

I believe that all the confusion about upgrades has been sorted out; but if not, contact sales@accordancebible.com. 

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