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“Portrait of Paul” – sale still on

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A Portrait of Paul: Identifying a True Minister of Christ (more information here) hit the shelves yesterday. The 48 hour sale is still on at two places, making the book available for only $5 (list price $18, or a 72% saving).

I hear it is flying off the shelves in its ones and twos . . .

UPDATE: The sale is over, but the book is still being sold at less than the list price at both those places, and the others listed (follow the MORE INFORMATION tag in the sidebar or the link above).

UPDATE: Grace Books International is selling it half-price for the month of October, while Monergism Books have reviewed it here.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Wednesday 20 October 2010 at 13:01

9 Responses

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  1. Opinion in some quarters is that the cose of shipping negates the bargain for UK purchasers!

    Jonathan Hunt

    Wednesday 20 October 2010 at 15:39

    • Really? Yoicks. I don’t know how much it will cost here in the UK, so I cannot answer for that.

      Jeremy Walker

      Wednesday 20 October 2010 at 15:56

      • $5 for book
        $12 for postage (RHB)
        $17 = £10.50 – £11.00 depending on exchange rate
        Hopefully uk price will be less than that!

        David

        Friday 22 October 2010 at 13:07

        • UPDATE :

          Amazon (UK) have it for pre-publication order @ £12.59 (due 01.01.2011)

          David

          Thursday 28 October 2010 at 13:05

          • Correctly correctington, and thanks for the information. Find it here at Amazon.co.uk.

            Jeremy Walker

            Thursday 28 October 2010 at 15:11

  2. It appears I have just missed the $5 sale; but I will certainly be ordering the book — and soon.

    Listened to your message (linked by WTS Bookstore) from Col. 1 on the calling and character of Epaphras. What a blessing and encouragement.

    In Christ,
    Heath Lloyd
    Pastor, Fairview Baptist Church
    Reidsville, NC

    Heath Lloyd

    Friday 22 October 2010 at 17:05

    • Thank you for dropping by, brother, and for the encouragement. It is an honour to serve.

      Jeremy Walker

      Friday 22 October 2010 at 17:15

  3. I decided that even with the postage from the US it was worth paying $17. Only thing is it didn’t arrive in time for my holidays. Still, it’ll be something to look forward to brighten up the damp and dull English autumn days when I am back in Bookham, Surrey next week.

    It is so good and refreshing to know this is from an Englishman in England. It is not that I have anything against Christian literature from other nationalities or countries, it is just that there seems such a dearth of christian things from England and from the English these days.

    Jeremy, I pray that you write many more books of this calibre and I pray that this would also encourage others on our little island to do the same.

    Nicholas Wright

    Sunday 24 October 2010 at 09:03

    • Thank you, brother, and good to hear from someone not far away from us. I appreciate your encouragement, and am sorry that the book did not get through to you in time to ruin your holiday.

      It is good to know that the book is not entirely distasteful to my fellow countrymen, and your and other comments to that effect are most heartening. I must confess that I cannot lay claim to being entirely English: my father is a bit mongrelish, to be honest, with a fair dash of Italian as well as English blood, and my mother is from Wales. I hope British will do, though!

      Again, thank you for the encouragement with regard to further writing. You may be interested to know that a complete manuscript and a few further synopses are currently under consideration. Please pray that God would grant me and others wisdom to consider and diligence to pursue these projects, and would bring to fruition that which pleases and honours him.

      Jeremy Walker

      Monday 25 October 2010 at 11:08


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