Peter Rodgers posted a question whether it is possible to get hard copies of Peter Head's new book, How the New Testament Came Together, through a distributor in USA, since he'd like to make it available to his students at Fuller Seminary, Sacramento.
The distributor, Grove Books indicates the following information on their website (terms and conditions):
Booklets are sent post-free in the UK. For overseas orders, we charge £1.00 for the first booklet plus 25p for each further booklet in Europe, and £1.50 for the first booklet plus 25p for each further booklet in the rest of the world. Subscriptions and ebooks are post-free anywhere in the world.
Developing Yourself: Handling Family, a Professional Life and Staying Sane
I’ve been asked questions about family life and professional development by
a couple of developers recently. I speak pretty regularly, am doing well in
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