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    Welwyn commentaries - best price

    Where is the best place to purchase the entire Welwyn commentary series at the best price? Or, if you like this series, do you pick and choose which specific Welwyn books you like and buy those (based on the author)...and then use something else to supplement?
    Nathan
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    Nathan
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    Amazon, maybe?
    Richard Zuelch
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    If you're going to pick and choose, try here...some used ones are only a few bucks. Amazon.com: welwyn commentary series: Books

    If you want the entire set, this is the only place I found them after a little searching...Welwyn Commentary Series (49 Volume Set) :: Welwyn Commentary Series :: Commentaries & Sermons :: Monergism Books :: Reformed Books - Discount Prices - Free Shipping

    Blessings!
    Charles Plauger
    Grace Reformed Church
    Woodstock, VA

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwink View Post
    Where is the best place to purchase the entire Welwyn commentary series at the best price? Or, if you like this series, do you pick and choose which specific Welwyn books you like and buy those (based on the author)...and then use something else to supplement?
    Electronically:

    http://www.wordsearchbible.com/catalog/Welwyn_Commentary_Series_2426.html

    Can use it with the cheap Bible Explorer or the WordSearch 10 app.

    AMR

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