NPSE 2021-22 could use ten more sponsors by week's end

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Naphtali Press Special Editions, which uses sponsorship drives to fund R&D to create texts eacy series year, could use ten more sponsors for 2021-22 this week at the regular USA level of $210 (or $18/mo); the drive ends by next week. Sponsors receive the books produced, the custom sponsor bookplate, and are recognized in the sponsor section prefacing each volume. There are special higher levels if those are within your discretionary funds (such as the high art level of a miniature portrait of Samuel Rutherford). NPSE produces the text through the layout stage and Reformation Heritage Books then handles production. Through this arrangement NPSE has been able to fund and create new more critical texts of puritan classics, transcriptions from 17th century manuscript of works never seen before and new translations from Latin. It can only be done via this program whereby sponsorships make this work possible. See the NPSE store for all the various levels and installment plans or do a quick review of the whys, wherefores and all the sponsorship options at this promotional landing page.
Titles that have been produced so far and to be produced for 2021-22 are as follows (these are large fromat 7x10 hardbound, sewn and in dust jacket volumes):
 2019–2020
Ⅰ. A Commentary upon the Book of the Revelation, Volume 1, by James Durham.
Ⅱ. Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici, or The Divine Right of Church Government,
by Sundry Ministers of the City of London.
Ⅲ. Sermons on Jeremiah’s Lamentations, by David Dickson.

 2020–2021
Ⅳ. A Commentary upon the Book of the Revelation, Volume 2, by James Durham.
Ⅴ. The Shorter Writings of George Gillespie, volume 1.
Ⅵ. The Sabbath and Holy Days, by Gisbertus Voetius (forthcoming)

 2021–2022 (sponsors this year will also receive the forthcoming Voetius from last year)
Ⅶ. A Commentary upon the Book of the Revelation, Volume 3, by James Durham.
Ⅷ. The Shorter Writings of George Gillespie, volume 2.
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