Since before the ERB came into existence, one of our most stable sources of income has been selling used books. However, due to the pandemic and other factors, our used book sales have waned over the past year. We have an inventory of thousands of used books, many of them Christian theology and spirituality books, that we want to get into the hands of eager readers. And you, as readers of the ERB, are of course eager readers.
Help support the ERB by buying used books!
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How it works: Each book below has a button where you can purchase it with Credit Card / PayPal. $2.99 S/H will be added for to each book, but if you buy 3 or more books, we will refund the S/H fee for the 3rd book and any ones beyond that. We will try to remove books that have sold as quickly as possible, but will promptly issue a refund if more than one person tries to buy the same book. Books shipped to addresses in Indiana, will have 7% sales tax added to the total. You do NOT need to have a PayPal account to purchase a book, just use the gray Check Out button that says “Pay without a PayPal account” below it. Unless indicated, we only have one copy of each book. Prices and shipping are for US addresses only. Feel free to inquire about international shipping (or with other inquiries about these books): the.englewood.review [ at ] g m a i l . c o m
We plan to post a new list of used books every Wednesday, and the subscribers to our daily email list will have the first look at each new list. If you are interested in these sorts of used books, I encourage you to sign up for our daily email list.
Used Books for Sale
23 March 2023
Check out the used book sale from our friends at St. Peter’s Bookroom!
Practicing Resurrection: A Memoir of Work, Doubt, Discernment and Moments of Grace
Hardback: Knopf, 2003, 217p.
X-library copy. Has Dustjacket. Binding solid, pages clean. Minimal wear.
Wendell Berry and Higher Education: Cultivating Virtues of Place
Jack Baker and Jeffrey Bilbro, Eds.
Hardcover, UP of Kentucky, 2017, 247 pp.
Clean Pages. Binding tight. Shelf wear only.
Redmond Kathleen Molz and Phyllis Dain
Civic Space/ Cyberspace: The American Public Library in the Information Age
Paperback, The MIT Press, 1999, 259 pp.
Clean Pages. Binding solid, Moderate wear.
Jean Bethke Elshtain
Sovereignty: God, State, and Self.
Hardcover, Basic Books, 2008, 334 pp.
Has Dustjacket. Mostly Clean Pages (less than 10 pages have pencil notations). Binding solid, minimal to moderate wear.
Strangers to the City: Reflections on the Beliefs and Values of the Rule of Saint Benedict. (A Voice from the Monastery)
Paperback, Paraclete Press, 2005, 212 pp.
Clean Pages. Binding solid. Minimal to moderate wear.
Norman Fischer, Joseph Goldstein, Judith Simmer-Brown Yifa
Benedict’s Dharma: Buddhists Reflect on the Rule of Saint Benedict.
Hardcover, Riverhead books, 2001, 223 pp.
Has Dustjacket. Pages almost completely clean (very minimal markings) Binding solid, moderate wear.
Bruce J. Malina
Christian Origins and Cultural Anthropology: Practical Models for Biblical Interpretation.
Hardcover, John Knox Press, 1986, 230 pp.
Clean Pages. Ex-library copy. Paperback edition, rebound as a sturdy library hardback. Binding solid, moderate wear.
James M. Gustafson
Ethics from a Theocentric Perspective (2 Volumes)
Hardback: 2 Volumes, U Chicago Press, 1981-1984.
Both volumes: Have Dustjackets, solid bindings, minimal to moderate wear.
Vol 1 has clean pages. Vol 2 has a good bit of highlighting (about 40% of pages)
Beckley / Swezey, Eds.
James Gustafson’s Theocentric Ethics: Interpretations and Assessments
Hardback: Mercer UP, 1988, 255p.
Has Dustjacket. Clean pages, binding solid, minimal to moderate wear.
Stay tuned for next week’s list of used books!
C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com
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