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Paulist Press Church History Collection (4 vols.)Paulist Press Church History Collection (4 vols.)

Explore the history of Catholicism from the first century to the present. The Shaping of Christianity closely examines the first four centuries of “the Christian movement” as it developed into a major world religion. The two-volume A History of the Christian Tradition surveys the entire history of Christianity, from its Jewish origins all the way through the pontificate of Pope John Paul II.

$74.95 Pre-Pub: $54.95
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Select Works of Henri de Lubac (5 vols.)Select Works of Henri de Lubac (5 vols.)

This collection presents several works by prominent twentieth-century theologian Henri de Lubac. A French Jesuit priest who eventually became the oldest living cardinal before his death in 1991, de Lubac was instrumental in shaping the Second Vatican Council, and composed many valuable theological works during tumultuous times.

$64.99 Pre-Pub: $49.99
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Select Works of Thomas Howard (10 vols.)Select Works of Thomas Howard (10 vols.)

Study gems of devotion, apologetics, and literary scholarship from noted author Thomas Howard. Possessing an instantly identifiable wit and style, Howard is a popular author and speaker with Catholics and Protestants alike. Born into a prominent Evangelical family, Howard converted to Catholicism in 1985—prompting him to write sympathetic and insightful Christian apologetic works.

$89.99 Pre-Pub: $69.99
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Shipping Soon: New Collegeville Bible Commentary (25 vols.)

On December 28 the New Collegeville Bible Commentary (25 vols.) will begin shipping. Take advantage of the 20% pre-pub discount before time is out!

Dig deeply into each book of the Bible, drawing wisdom and insight from even the most obscure texts. Comprehensive and understandable, the New Collegeville Bible Commentary series brings expert insight into the Old and New Testament to Bible study participants, teachers, students, preachers, and all readers of the Bible. Written by more than 20 renowned Catholic Bible scholars such as Dianne BergantJohn J. CollinsIrene NowellMark S. Smith, and Kathleen M. O’Connor, this series provides and vital background that helps bring the text alive.

An excellent resource for both personal and group study and reflection, each book in the series also includes review aids and discussion topics conducive to group discussions, as well as an index of citations from the Catechism of the Catholic Church that make each text relevant to Catholics today.

Save $40 before it ships December 28!

Shipping Soon: Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Update III (2 vols.)

Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Update III (2 vols.)

Very soon the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Update III (2 vols.) will begin shipping and be sold at full price. Take advantage of the 40% pre-order discount before time is out! This new update adds Hebrews and James, First, Second, and Third John to the overall collection.

The Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture aims to serve the ministry of the Word of God in the life and mission of the Church. Since Vatican Council II, there has been an increasing hunger among Catholics to study Scripture in depth and in a way that reveals its relationship to liturgy, evangelization, catechesis, theology, and personal and communal life. This series responds to that desire by providing accessible yet substantive commentary on each book of the New Testament, drawn from the best of contemporary biblical scholarship as well as the rich treasury of the Church’s tradition. These volumes seek to offer scholarship illumined by faith, in the conviction that the ultimate aim of biblical interpretation is to discover what God has revealed and is still speaking through the sacred text. Central to our approach are the principles taught by Vatican II: first, the use of historical and literary methods to discern what the biblical authors intended to express; second, prayerful theological reflection to understand the sacred text “in accord with the same Spirit by whom it was written”—that is, in light of the content and unity of the whole Scripture, the living tradition of the Church, and the analogy of faith (Dei Verbum 12).

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Shipping Soon: Verbum Advanced Academic Training

On May 26 the Advanced Academic Training will begin shipping. Take advantage of the 50% pre-pub discount before time is out!

Verbum’s Advanced Academic Training builds on the Verbum 360 Training videos by taking a deeper look at an academic application of the software. Fr. Devin Roza, LC, is visiting Professor of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, and Fr. Andrew Dalton, LC, is Professor assistant of New Testament at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. They guide you through the software—showing you where the tools live, how to use them, and examples of how they can be useful in your academic application.

You’ll learn advanced research techniques for studying Scripture in its original languages and historical context, and in the light of the rich Tradition of the Catholic Church. Dig deeper into the original languages, and investigate differences between translations. By the time you finish this video, you’ll feel comfortable finding scholarly answers to academic questions.

Get 50% off before it ships May 26!

Finding Jesus in the Word(s)

Who appears more with St. Paul: St. Luke or St. Timothy? In what chapters of the Bible? In this video you will learn how Verbum can help you answer these questions and any others like them.

The video is from our new Advanced Search Training, now available at the 50% off pre-pub order price. You can also get it by upgrading to Verbum Platinum or higher.

Watch now to discover the unique power of data type searching.


 

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The Power of Searching with Bible Data Types

In this video you will learn about Verbum’s unique use of data types in helping you make even deeper connections in your searches.

The video is from our new Advanced Search Training, now available at the 50% off pre-pub order price. You can also get it by upgrading to Verbum Platinum or higher.

Watch now to discover the unique power of Bible data type searching.

 

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Don’t Miss Free Gifts with These Resources!

This Friday is your final day to earn free gifts when you pre-order select resources on Verbum.com. You’ll get your gifts in addition to your usual pre-order discount, so there’s never been a better time to place your pre-orders.

To take advantage of this great deal, check it out at Verbum.com/Pre-Publication!

Want to know more about the qualifying resources? Read a bit about each one below:

MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY

 The Man Who Was Thursday

G.K. Chesterton’s masterpiece novel, The Man Who Was Thursday, is equal parts metaphysical thriller and Christian allegory. This annotated digital edition is the perfect complement to your Verbum versions of all G.K. Chesterton’s celebrated works.

homiletics

Homiletics and Preaching Collection (8 vols.)

This collection offers wisdom from leading Catholic preachers on crafting homilies that build God’s kingdom. Homiletics professors, experienced pastors, and other experts weigh in with practical advice, resources, and inspiration to rekindle the preacher’s passion for sharing God’s Word.

MEDIAEVAL

The Fathers of the Church: Mediaeval Continuation (15 vols.)

This collection highlights the intellectually dynamic writings of a period often neglected in scholarship. It features significant Christian writers from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries, offering insights into the development of Scholasticism, various heresies and ecclesiastical issues, and more. If you’re interested in patristic or mediaeval thought, this collection is essential.

Pre-order these resources and earn your free gifts at Verbum.com/Pre-Publication!

4 Reasons to Love Pre-Publication

Have you ever pre-ordered a book on Verbum.com? If so, you already know what a great deal it is. If not, you’re missing out! Here are four reasons you should take advantage of Pre-Publication:

 1) You will save money

Pre-Publication is the best deal you’ll get on a Verbum resource. Save up to 50% when you pre-order a new book or collection—once it’s produced, the price will never be that low again. Pre-order early for the best deal!

 2) You choose which books we produce

Pre-Publication works like other crowdfunding platforms (Kickstarter, GoFundMe, etc.). You tell us which books to invest in, and we give you a great deal on the books we produce. Share with your friends to ensure your books get funded!

 3) There’s no financial commitment

You don’t pay a cent until your book is ready for download, and you can cancel your pre-order at any time. Lock in your risk-free pre-order discount!

 4) You get free gifts (for a limited time)!

By pre-ordering select resources, you’ll earn promotional codes worth $10, $20, or $50 off a future order. This offer is only good until July 31—check it out at Verbum.com/Pre-Publication!

Get Free Gifts with Pre-Orders

If you haven’t taken advantage of our Pre-Publication program yet, now’s the time to start. Until July 31, you’ll earn free gifts when you pre-order select resources in addition to your usual pre-order discounts!

To take advantage of this great deal, check out Verbum.com/Pre-Publication!

Which resources qualify?

What are my gifts?

You’ll get promotional codes for $10, $20, or $50 off your next order on Verbum.com. If you pre-order all three qualifying resources, you’ll get all three gifts!

What if I’ve already pre-ordered those resources?

You already qualify for the free gifts! Just sign up for our Pre-Publication email list, and we’ll send you your promotional code(s) once each resource ships.

When do I get my gifts?

We’ll send you your promotional code(s) after each resource has been produced. The faster they gain orders, the faster they’ll be produced!

This deal is only good until July 31take advantage at Verbum.com/Pre-Publication today!

Sheen, Sheed, and Shea—all in 1!

We couldn’t wait to tell you about the Ignatius Press Theology and Discipleship Collection, with special introductory pricing! This collection includes the following:

  • Verbum’s first title from Fulton Sheen, The Priest Is Not His Own.This beloved classic brings to light the real meaning of the priesthood: priests carry on the sacrificial mission of Christ.
  • Frank Sheed’s Theology and Sanity. Sheed explores the Faith through such down-to-earth topics as “God,” “Creation,” and “Oneself.” Sheed was clearly ahead of his time, and this classic speaks directly to the current imperative of the New Evangelization. (Along with another book by Sheed!)
  • Mark Shea’s extremely popular account of his journey from Evangelicalism to Catholicism, which places his narrative in the center of contemporary Biblical scholarship. Learned and engaging, By What Authority? is not to be missed.

Also included in this impressive collection, Cardinal Christophe Schönborn’s God Sent His Son: A Contemporary Christology is a scholarly yet accessible examination of the Church’s understanding of Christ through “the pillars of faith”—Scripture, Tradition, and Experience—and the challenges they face now.

Take advantage of this truly extraordinary collection—on pre-publication now!

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