More Biblical Studies Books for Sale

Awhile ago I posted some biblical studies books I was trying to sell. Well, I have two conferences coming up this month, PhD apps to begin, and the GRE to take over again, so I’m offering up some more books I’ve digitalized, have finished reading, or am afraid I will never have the chance to read. I send stuff by media mail, so shipping is cheap. If anyone is interested, shoot me an email at dan.mcclellan ( a ) and we can arrange something.

Pierre Brodreuil and Dennis Pardee, A Manual of Ugaritic ($50 – four lines of highlighted text in foreword and erased pencil underlining in grammar section. Includes CD-ROM)

Barbara Nevling Porter, ed., What is a God? Anthropomorphic and Non-Anthropomorphic Aspects of Deity in Ancient Mesopotamia ($25 – New)

Franz Rosenthal, A Grammar of Biblical Aramaic, Seventh Edition ($35 – New)

Jan Assmann, The Price of Monotheism ($15 – New)

William G. Dever, Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come From? ($10 – some highlighting and underlining [<20 pages])

A Reader’s Hebrew Bible ($25 – The box is gone, but other than that it’s like new)

Lee Martin McDonald, The Biblical Canon ($15 – scattered highlighting [<10 pages])

A New English Translation of the Septuagint ($20 – some underlining [<20 pages])

Michael Roaf, Cultural Atlas of Mesopotamia ($30 – light shelf wear on the cover, clean interior)

Liddell & Scott, An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon ($20 – clean interior [as far as I can tell] and light shelf wear)

Blass, Debrunner, and Funk, A Greek Grammar of the New Testament ($30 – scattered light highlighting [<10 pages])

Lee Martin McDonald, The Biblical Canon ($15 – scattered light highlighting [<10 pages])

Jean Bottero, Religion in Ancient Mesopotamia ($10 – New)

Douglas Stuart, Old Testament Exegesis ($7.50 – like new, mine’s the third edition)

Koehler & Baumgartner, The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament, 2 vol set ($175 – clean interior [as far as I can tell] and light shelf wear)

Paul D. Wegner, A Student’s Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible ($10 – clean interior and some light shelf wear)


2 responses to “More Biblical Studies Books for Sale

  • Jason

    I think I actually ordered a book of yours from paperbackswap, Cullmann’s Christology of the New Testament?

    • Daniel O. McClellan

      Yeah, I did send off a copy of that book. I was going that would help me trade out some books I didn’t need anymore for books I did, but there’s really not as much in my field as I was hoping.

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