Save Money with Automatic Custom Bundle Pricing

In the coming weeks you’ll notice some positive new changes to the Wordsearch website. Our tech teams have been working for months to make your experience at Wordsearch faster, easier, and more rewarding. The first change you’ll see is already in place and it’s called Automatic Custom Bundle Pricing. You’re going to love this new feature because it will save you money.

Automatic Custom Bundle Pricing – Here’s How it Works

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Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation

Dr. D.A. Carson once noted that the greatest challenge faced by theologians is how to navigate the the tension between the Bible’s unity and diversity in a way that does justice to both. That is exactly what the Bible Theology for Christian Proclamation commentary series does.

Biblical theology is the attempt to understand and embrace the interpretive perspective of the biblical authors. What is more, biblical theology is the theology of the entire Bible, an exercise in whole-Bible theology.

This series does more than identify the theology that knits the entire Bible together. What makes it supremely useful for preachers and teachers is its orientation toward Christian proclamation. The editors of this work tell us its ultimate purpose is: “to equip those in Christian ministry who are called by God to preach and teach the precious truths of Scripture to their congregations, both in North America and in a global context.”

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A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old and New Testament 

A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old and New Testament (BTION) is an excellent work to have open alongside your Bible and commentary. You’ll find it to be extremely helpful. This new resource was published for the benefit of preachers, teachers, and serious students of God’s Word. It was carefully researched and authored by the professors of the Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS).

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The Fortress Commentary on the Bible – A New Approach

The Fortress Commentary on the Bible doesn’t tell you what to think. Instead, it offers a wealth of information that will help you draw well-informed conclusions on all passages of Scripture.

The Fortress Commentary on the Bible – A New Approach

The Fortress Commentary on the Bible takes a historical look at each passage of Scripture. It includes the contributions from 70 respected authorities in the historical interpretation of the Old and New Testaments. These scholars research and discuss the intention of the Bible authors, how scholars have interpreted these passages over the centuries, and how current scholars interpret them today. What is unique about the Fortress Commentary is this: No conclusions are offered. Instead, it highlights the unique challenges and interpretive questions raised by the text.

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Sermons, Commentary & Cross-Referencing – All in One Resource

Have you used The Sermon Notebook in your WORDsearch library? If so, great news! Alan Carr has added 12 new volumes of topical sermons that you can add to your library for free! Just open WORDsearch, and you will get a pop-up box asking if you would like to update a book in your library. If you click “yes, update it” these sermons will be added. (If you don’t see a pop-up box, go to Help – Check for Book Updates.)

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Save Hours of Research with A New Resource Unlike Any Other

Example of Exegetical Summary Series – Matthew alongside the ESV

You can save many hours of research in God’s Word with the new Exegetical Summary Series. Compare and summarize excellent Bible translations commentaries, lexicons, and other study resources, all from your WORDsearch desktop.

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