Did you know that we occasionally break up collections and sell volumes individually? We do! In fact, here are a couple recent examples:
- Jerry Bridges Collection (15 vols.)
- Brill Josephus and the Bible Collection (4 vols.)
- Brill Josephus and History Collection (2 vols.)
- Library of Hebrew Bible/OT Studies: JSOTS on Ketuvim (7 vols.)
- Theological Studies Collection (22 vols.)
- Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series (14 Vols.)
- The New Daily Study Bible: New Testament (DSB) (17 vols.)
We are even in the process of splitting up Tabletalk (Feb. 1989–Jan. 2011) (264 Issues)!
While we don’t always announce the splitting up of a collection, there are ways to make sure you’re in the loop.
You can often get updated on recently broken collections in the forum thread, “Hey! they just broke this collection up!” The forum is an invaluable tool for all sorts of important information; if you haven’t gotten involved in the forums yet, don’t wait! This thread is updated semi-regularly. You can even subscribe to an RSS feed for this thread by clicking the
“Email me when someone replies” link at the top.
A quick way to see what new titles are available is to simply do an Individual Titles search on Logos.com and sort by newest. This is going to give you the latest resources—including those which were recently in collections.
More often than not, buying a collection offers the best value. A good example of this is the Brill Josephus and History Collection. This two-volume collection normally costs $309.95. If you were to buy these two titles separately, you would pay over $450. If you can manage it, you’re going to get a better deal when you purchase a collection.
Another thing we should point out is that occasional issues (like licensing) preclude us from being able to break up every collection. But if there are some collections you would like to see broken up which haven’t been, head over to Facebook and tell us which ones. We would love to have your input!
Now go check out some of the new resources we have available—and add a few to your library today!