Paul’s Epistles now available for Photo Companion to the Bible

The excellent photo/commentary series from BiblePlaces has added Paul’s Epistles to its collection, and with a very generous sale price. You can get all nine biblical volumes for $129, which works out to around $14 per volume. (The regular cost per volume runs nearly 3x to 5x times more.) This is an amazing price for a wealth of commentary and other historical information, accompanied by thousands of high-quality photos relating to the biblical text. This promotion is ending soon! Buy all nine volumes for immediate download today.

As BiblePlaces.com describes the new volumes:

“We expect that many pastors, teachers, and serious Bible students will enjoy numerous insights and “aha” moments as they flip through more than 8,000 slides illustrating Paul’s 13 letters.

“As with our previous volumes, we have designed this resource to be:

Quick to access – jump straight to any chapter and verse

Easy to copy – right into your own presentations

Completely adaptable – every element can be changed to suit your needs

Beautiful – lots of engaging photos that take you to the biblical world

Full of helpful notes – background information about the site or artifact

Affordable – less than $10 per epistle when purchasing the set on sale

Excellent – the best visual tool for Bible study and teaching

My library includes the full Photo Companion to the Bible set, including these new volumes. I use them regularly when preparing sermons, Bible classes, or simply studying for my own enrichment. This resource is unlike anything else on the market today, and I highly recommend it.

Anyone who already owns the Romans and/or Corinthians volumes of this series can buy this complete set for a low upgrade price. See the BiblePlaces Paul’s Epistles website to pursue this option.

About LukeChandler

Luke holds an M.A. in Ancient and Classical History and has been an adjunct professor at Florida College in Temple Terrace, Florida. Luke and his wife Melanie have five children. He serves as a minister with the North Terrace Church of Christ and has participated in multiple archaeological excavations in Israel. Luke leads popular study tours to Europe and the Bible Lands.
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