Books For Sale!

I have some volumes with which I am looking to part.  Some are listed on amazon, but if some are interested and I can bypass Amazon’s commission, I’m all for it.  Here is a list of what I have for sale, as well as a brief description and the price.  Comment if you are interested . . . . first come, first served.  If no takers, then I will just assume I am right to sell these un-interesting books! ha!.  I will likely ask that you cover book rate shipping, which is usually about $2.00 an item. 

Claus Westermann. Genesis 37-50. Continental Commentary. Trans. by John J. Scullion. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1982.
Brand new, with dustjacket.  All pages are unmarked.
PRICE: $25.00

Dietrich Bonhoeffer. The Cost of Discipleship. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959.
Some underlining on first 40 pages only.  All other pages clean and unmarked.  Paperback with very good cover.
PRICE: $6.00

Saint Augustine, The Confessions. Trans. by Maria Boulding. New York: Vintage Books, 1997.
Some underlining throughout.  Paperback.
PRICE: $5.00

Simon & Schuster Handbook for Writers. Sixth Edition.
Hardcover, flawless, brand new copy.
PRICE: $15.00

Otto Betz, Martin Hengel, Peter Schmidt (eds.) Abraham Unser Vater: Juden und Christen im Gesprach uber die Bibel: Festschrift fur Otto Michel zum 60. Geburtstag. Leiden: Brill, 1963.
Hardcover, brand new.  Unmarked, flawless copy.  Brill!!
PRICE: $40.00

Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza. Jesus: Miriam’s Child, Sophia’s Prophet: Critical Issues in Feminist Christology. New York: Continuum, 1994.
Hardcover with dustjacket in perfect condition. Very minimal underlining throughout.
PRICE: $10.00

Origen. Commentary on the Gospel According to John Books 1-10. Trans. Ronald E. Heine. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1989.
Minimal underlining in only two chapters.  All other pages are unmarked.  Great copy!
PRICE: $20.00

J.G. Davies. Christians, Politics and Violent Revolution. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1976.
Minimal underlining in only one chapter.  All other pages crisp and unmarked.  Very good quality book and cover.  Liberation theology.
PRICE: $5.00

Penny Lernoux. Cry of the People: The Struggle for Human Rights in Latin America–The Catholic Church in Conflict with U.S. Policy.
Minimal underlining in about 1/3 of the book.  Cover and binding are great.
PRICE: $5.00

James B. Nickoloff (ed.) Gustavo Gutierrez: Essential Writings. Maryknoll: Orbis, 1996.
Very minimal markings on only about 20 pages . . . . very minimal!  Cover and binding and all other pages in flawless, like new condition.
PRICE: $8.00

Gina Hens-Piazza. The New Historicism. Guides to Biblical Scholarship. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2002.
Underlining on first 35 pages only.  All other pages unmarked.  Cover and binding flawless.
PRICE: $6.00

The Renewal of Sunday Worship. The Complete Library of Christian Worship. Vol. 3.
Hardcover.  Brand new. 
PRICE: $7.00

Jung and Beattie, Moral Issues and Christian Imagination.
Some underlining throughout.
PRICE: $5.00

Carlo D’Este. Decision in Normandy. Old Saybrook: Konecky & Konecky, 1994.
Underlining throughout.  Notes on inside two cover pages.  Hardcover with dustjacket in great condition.
PRICE: $10.00

Stephen E. Ambrose. D-Day: June 6, 1944 – The Climactic Battle of World War II. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994.
Underlining throughout.  Notes on first two inside title pages.  Cover and binding in flawless condition.
PRICE: $5.00

Danny S. Parker. Battle of the Bulge: Hitler’s Ardennes Offensive, 1944-1945. Da Capo Press, 2001.
Paperback in great condition; cover and binding flawless.  Very minimal underlining throughout.
PRICE: $18.00

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8 thoughts on “Books For Sale!

  1. Roy "Eli" Garton says:

    I still haven’t completed our last transaction! Don’t worry, though, I got yo’ money man! So don’t be going and selling the merchandise! 🙂

  2. Aaron Rathburn says:

    I was only taking a cue from your own introduction to the books: “If no takers, then I will just assume I am right to sell these un-interesting books! ha!.” So I meant no offense, I just thought that you were applying Augustine under this heading, hehe 😉

  3. John Anderson says:

    Polycarp:

    You can post here which one you want, or email me. I’ve sent you an email to which you can reply.

    In terms of payment, we can work that out rather easily. You can mail a check. Paypal is a possibility (I don’t know if there are fees on that or not).

    I will look forward to your email.

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