Last week my department at Logos Bible Software relocated to a new building a block away from where we were (see here and here). This gave me the opportunity (again) to comb through my library for books that I now have in electronic form.  As a result, I have four items to sell at low prices. The rules / method is the same as before:

1. All prices include postage

2. The *first* person to email me (see ABOUT) and tell me which books you want gets the book. I will reply to the email with information for getting me the money, or that you didn’t get the book (I go by time stamps on the email).

I have a description of the condition of each book, along with my price for the book.  I also have a link to the Amazon listing so you can see the retail price and Amazon price for a new copy. Here they are:

LaSor, Hubbard, Bush, Old Testament Survey: The Message, Form, Background of the Old Testament (860 pp).

my price: $25; new condition (unused); hard cover

Soggin, Israel in the Biblical Period: Institutions, Festivals, Ceremonies, Rituals (192 pp).

my price: $7; like new; soft cover

J. Collins, Daniel (Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical commentary; 499 pp).

my price: $35; like new but with minor shelfware; hard cover

G. Nickelsburg, 1 Enoch, vol. 1 [chs. 1-36; 81-108] (Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical commentary; 650 pp).

my price: $35; like new but with minor shelf ware; hard cover; this is the best exegetical commentary on 1 Enoch