Enrich Your Studies and Grow Your Library

Our celebration of Easter continues with resources on sale to enrich your studies and connect you with the history of the Church. Join with the early church fathers and the most respected scholars of modern times in writings that resonate with timeless truths.

There are many valuable resources to choose from, but here are three that will add a wealth of biblical scholarship, theology, apologetics, and Catholic doctrine to your library.

Kinship by Covenant – While the canonical Scriptures were produced over many centuries and represent a diverse library of texts, they are unified by stories of divine covenants and their implications for God’s people. In Kinship by Covenant, Scott Hahn shows how covenant, as an overarching theme, makes possible a coherent reading of the diverse traditions found within the canonical Scriptures.

Scott Hahn opens new vistas, chases down old haunts, and leads us to a fuller, deeper, and more penetrating understanding of covenant. Until we get “covenant” right, we simply don’t understand the Bible. When I think of the word “covenant,” I think of Kinship by Covenant. When I have any questions about “covenant,” this is the first book I will turn to forever and a day. — Scot McKnight, North Park University

Modern Catholic Authors Bundle (243 vols.) – Immerse yourself in modern Christian scholarship with these works from outstanding contemporary theologians. Among the many voices informing the Church today, a few such as Joseph A. Fitzmyer, Raymond Edward Brown, Luke Timothy Johnson, Peter Kreeft, and Scott Hahn are set apart for their profound insights and superlative scholarship. Whether delving into the ancient past or wading into today’s theological debates, these contemporary Catholic authors offer a fresh look at a living, breathing Christianity. You’ll also find theologians such as Blessed John Henry Newman and Hans Urs Von Balthasar—whose contributions helped develop the Church that we know today.

Ancient Christian Writers Bundle (66 vols.) – During its first four centuries, Christianity produced some of the world’s most profound historical, theological, and philosophical literature. This collection comprises an enormous selection of their work, including heart-wrenching martyrdom narratives, intimate letters, remarkable biblical commentaries, and profound philosophical and theological treatises. Contributors include some of the most influential thinkers in world history—such as Justin Martyr, Athanasius, Augustine, and Jerome—as well as lesser-known and controversial figures such as Origen, Maximus the Confessor, and Cyprian of Carthage.

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