Some of you out there may remember the Essential Edwards Collection (Moody, 2010). Doug Sweeney and I wrote it for Moody Books in order to make Jonathan Edwards and his treasure trove of theology and godly living accessible to a wide audience.
Nobody wants to read the blog of the guy who flogs his books, but I wanted to let interested folks know that Westminster Books is right now selling all five volumes for a 50% discount from the cover price ($44.95). From today, Tuesday July 27th, through Monday, August 2nd, they will sell the books for $22.50, the equivalent of one free book relative to the current Amazon price. We are thrilled at this feature and the opportunity it presents for folks to get the books on the cheap. In fact, I’m so stirred, I’m thinking of writing a blog essay entitled “Jonathan Edwards on Free Books and Discount Opportunities.”
I include some basic info about the books below, including a couple of just-now-published videos that Sweeney and I shot to promote the books.
–WTS Books is featuring the set online for a week starting Tuesday, July 27th, through August 2nd, a Monday
–They are selling it at 50% discount (!) ($22.50)
http://tiny.cc/Edwards1 Sweeney and Strachan discuss the EEC
http://tiny.cc/Edwards2 Sweeney and Strachan discuss the EEC (revelry ensues)
-the Resurgence, the Blog That Rocks, just featured three posts on the series
-Collin Hansen listed them in his summer reading list
-David Dockery included them on his own reading list
-a USA Today columnist mentioned them following Collin’s piece
-World magazine just mentioned them as well (July 3, 2010)