I'd like the story on WORD Commentary volumes that are being withdrawn or replaced. If I purchase a print book, it is mine to keep?
I can confirm that i still have volume 44 because i purchased it before it was withdrawn so although it is no longer available to buy, those who had it still retain it.
I can confirm i still have the original volume on psalms as well as the revised volume purchased later.
So Accordance works largely the same way as if you own a Print copy, buy it and you have it, even if publisher withdraws it or replaces it.
Upgrades to revised editions are on a case by case basis, sometimes you get an upgrade price if you own the original, sometimes you have to pay full (as with print copies), sometimes its free.
I could not have afforded the wbc in print and was unable to find a wbc cd at a price i could afford so have been mega happy with the accordance deals which have enabled me to own this excellent set which has grown as new volumes have been published.
WBC history (like other sets-that have evolved) is quite complex.
The history is well documented here so you can see what was available depending on which set you bought. I am fortunate that i bought in fairly early so have most volumes. https://www.accordan....php#SetHistory
Edited by ukfraser, Today, 04:16 AM.