See a Book in the ESB That You Need? Buy it and Help Out the ISAE At the Same Time!
For a number of years we’ve been told that the bibliographic information provided in the pages of the Evangelical Studies Bulletin and subsequently listed here on the ISAE webpage is a real help for both academics in the field of American religion and those folks just interested in keeping up on things evangelical. In fact, we’ve even had any number of phone calls, letters, and e-mails inquiring about the purchase of particular books they had seen reviewed or listed in the ESB. For years we’ve had to tell them that the ol’ Institute is not in the business of bookselling—until NOW!
As a service to those who browse the ISAE website we are now linking up with the Wheaton College Bookstore to offer many of these books to our ISAE friends at, or well-below, publisher’s retail prices—in almost every case matching or undercutting the prices you will find on a certain web behemoth named after a South American river, or at the websites of any of the big box booksellers. As an added bonus, every time you buy a book you’ll be sending a nice little slice of the price back to the ISAE to help finance its projects and programs.
To purchase a book simply “click” on the Books option (link) and select the “ISAE” option in the scroll-down box, then General Information, which will give you further options for purchasing recently-reviewed books, ISAE conference and project-generated books, and books listed in recent issues of the ESB. Or, if you’re looking through the book listings from a recent issue of the ESB and see a book you like, simply click on a specific book title and you will be whisked off to the Wheaton Bookstore to make your purchase.
So—next time you see a new tome listed in the ESB on, say, Jonathan Edwards’ influence on Pentecostal rap groups in the Upper Midwest and cry out “I must possess this book!” why not help buy it through the Wheaton College Bookstore and help out everybody’s favorite Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals?
Did I mention that books on evangelical history make great stocking stuffers??