Aug 30, 2011 David Lang

Who Says Breakin' Up is Hard to Do?

NICNT Cover With all due respect to Neil Sedaka, breaking up isn't really that hard to do, and sometimes it can be a good thing. No, I'm not talking about the tragic end of an Accordance for iPad initiated church romance, but the breaking up of a large commentary set into individual volumes. That's just what we've done with the recently released New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT). Now you can purchase and download individual volumes instead of having to buy the entire set at once. Obviously, you'll pay more if you buy the series piecemeal, but those of you who only want certain volumes now have the freedom to buy the ones you need without having to spring for those you don't. We'll even give you an extra 10% off if you buy three or more volumes at one time. Go here to purchase individual volumes of NICNT (or other commentaries), and here to purchase the entire set.

Also, don't forget that our Back-to-School sale ends tomorrow. If you've been wanting to buy or upgrade an Accordance package, now is the best time to save some serious coin.

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August 30, 2011 12:35 PM

Well played, sir.

Will Varner

August 30, 2011 3:24 PM

I was pleased to see the NICNT offered by Accordance, but even the good introductory price was a little steep. As soon as you broke up the set, I ordered both the old Adamson and the new McKnight volumes on James! Thanks for including both volumes in this release.