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Another free Ebook — this one on James

Another of Gundry’s individual commentaries from his Commentary on the New Testament is free today for the Kindle and other compatible digital devices. Today only, I think.

This week it is the book of James. Follow this link to Amazon. Don’t imagine that you are getting a $49.99 book free. That is the price of the Commentary on the New Testament. James is only about 17 2-column pages of that book.

I think this may be the last of the free books from Baker Academic at this time. Several publishers seem to be following this model in order to get readers attracted to their publications — always in hope that you will buy other volumes.

Free Ebook on Ephesians

Baker Academic announces a series of ebook shorts from Robert H. Gundry. Last week the Commentary on Mark was given away. Today only, the Commentary on Ephesians is available free. Baker Academic E-NOTES says,

Baker Academic is proud to announce new ebook shorts from Robert H. Gundry.

In these verse-by-verse commentaries taken from Commentary on the New Testament, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a reliable exposition of every book of the New Testament.

Students and scholars will welcome Gundry’s nontechnical explanations and clarifications, and readers at all levels will appreciate his sparkling interpretations. Priced from $1.99 to $5.99 these affordable and convenient resources are available wherever ebooks are sold.

As we celebrate the release of this series, Baker Academic will be making selected entries from this commentary series free for one day only.

This will be followed by other selections for free download on January 16th and 23rd.

Here is the direct link to the free ebook.

Do you need a Kindle? Click on the link below to check the selections.
Kindle Fire, Full Color 7″ Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi.