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“I.B.S.A.” BIBLES AND OTHER BIBLE STUDY HELPS
First in this list we mention the several volumes of
“STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES” SERIES
We commend also, as aids, the following publications (not all our own), which we supply at specially low prices because of the assistance they lend to the study of God’s Word. We mention these somewhat in the order in which they seem to us to be desirable aids.
OUR SPECIAL “I.B.S.A.” BIBLE
Hereafter to distinguish our own special edition from other Bibles, we will refer to it as the “I.B.S.A.” Bible. This Bible is becoming more and more indispensable to all readers as they learn how to use it. The translation, of course, is not at all different from that of other Bibles of the Common Version. We specially recommend it for its smallness of size, lightness of weight, and good-sized print, and above all for the helps to Bible students and teachers bound with it; printed on India paper; excellent press work. Its special feature, distinguishing this Bible from all others, is
BIBLE TEACHERS’ MANUAL.
Biblical Comments from Genesis to Revelation, with references to the STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES and others of our publications showing the page where the text is more fully discussed and elaborated. We can scarcely imagine anything more helpful than these for Bible study. It is so easy to turn to the reference and ascertain if the matter has been treated and where and how. It represents four hundred and eighty-one pages of matter.
INSTRUCTORS’ GUIDE TEXTS.
This is a topical arrangement of Bible subjects specially convenient for those who have opportunity for teaching others the Divine Plan of the Ages. Its various Topics are arranged under distinct headings and the various texts bearing upon the subjects are collated. With this help a novice has at his command, well-furnished, “the Sword of the Spirit.” It is in condensed form, very convenient, and consists of eighteen pages solid matter.
BEREAN TOPICAL INDEX.
The Berean Topical Index, alphabetically arranged, presents a large variety of subjects showing references to the STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES and others of our publications treating the same. This feature covers twenty-eight pages.
DIFFICULT TEXTS EXPLAINED. SPURIOUS PASSAGES NOTED.
In this, specially difficult texts are brought to the attention and references given showing where they are treated in our publications. Following this is a full list of various interpolations and spurious passages of the Scriptures not in the original MSS., as proven by the oldest Greek MSS.—fifteen pages.
These four features, representing five hundred and forty-two pages, are not to be found in any other Bibles on earth and, in our opinion, they are of almost priceless value. One of our interested readers if he could not procure another would not sell his copy for a hundred dollars—many of them surely would not take thousands for it.
All of our “I.B.S.A.” Bibles contain the above, and some of them, the numbers of which end with a nine, contain additionally Bagster’s Bible Study Helps, including an alphabetical index of proper names and Bagster’s Bible Concordance and Maps—a total of one hundred and eighty-six pages.
We not only supply these Bibles at cost price, but, because of the large quantities ordered at a time, we are enabled to secure a cost price which is really phenomenal. The very low prices must not lead you to think that these are manufactured in any slipshod manner. They are first class in every particular. The prices are, many of them, less than one-half of what you pay for such books almost anywhere else.
So great is the demand for these “I.B.S.A.” Bibles that hereafter we purpose carrying no others in stock except pocket Bibles and large type Bibles for the aged. We will still, however, be pleased to serve anyone who desires other Bibles. We can procure for these wholesale rates, usually twenty-five per cent. off, plus postage.
DESCRIPTION AND PRICES—”I.B.S.A.” BIBLES
1918, price $1.65, postage prepaid, is a beautiful book. It is small and light. Size 4-3/4 x 6-3/4 inches. It has minion type, red under gold edges, divinity circuit, French Seal. Looks like the genuine sealskin, but it is in reality good sheepskin.
Number 1919, price $1.75, postage prepaid; the same book, the same Bible; the same every way except the addition of Bagster Helps, Concordances, etc., making this size a trifle larger.
Number 1928, price $2.65, postage prepaid. This is the same book exactly as number 1918, except that it has genuine morocco binding; leather-lined.
LITTLE LARGER, IONIC TYPE, SELF-PRONOUNCING
Number 1939, price $1.95, postage prepaid. This is the same book as 1919, the same binding and contents, but it has a coarser print and is a little larger book. Size, 5-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches.
Number 1959, price $3.65, postage prepaid. This is the same book as 1939 except that it has splendid morocco binding, is calf-lined and silk-sewed. Bibles similar in quality and finish are listed in many catalogues at $8.
The sale of these books is not restricted to WATCH TOWER readers. They are valuable aids in Bible study, and open to the public.
Remit with order. We can secure such prices only by paying spot cash and must sell on the same terms. Insurance, 5c. additional.
Anyone ordering patent index on any of these Bibles should so state and should add twenty-five cents to the price. Should any desire other Bibles we will be pleased to supply publisher’s catalogue, giving full description and prices. We are usually able to secure a discount of 25 per cent. on the publishers’ list prices.
DAILY HEAVENLY MANNA
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH
The demand for this publication increases year by year.
Our present edition of the “Manna” contains the same texts and comments as all former editions. Every alternate leaf is blank-ruled, for use as an autograph and birthday record. Its value increases as additional autographs of friends are secured. It is printed on fine bond paper. We now have it in three different grades of binding, at very reasonable prices, considering the class of workmanship.
The following wholesale rates postpaid are granted to all WATCH TOWER subscribers:
Purple cloth, silver embossed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0.35
Dark blue cloth, silver embossed, German . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Leatherette, blue edges, Swedish and Norwegian . . . . . . . . .35
Leatherette, gold edges, Swedish and Norwegian . . . . . . . . .65
Genuine Morocco, gold edges, English and Norwegian . . . 1.10
We hope this little book will find a place at every breakfast table; that spiritual refreshment may thus be enjoyed with the natural food.
THE EMPHATIC DIAGLOTT
This very valuable work, published under the author’s copyright by Fowler & Wells Co., New York City, has been sold by them at $4 in cloth and $5 in half leather binding. For several years a friend, an earnest Bible student, desirous of assisting the readers of our Society’s publications, has supplied them through us at a greatly reduced price; now he has purchased the copyright and plates from the Fowler & Wells Co., and presented the same to our Society as a gift that the poor of the Lord’s flock may have this help in the study of the Word.
REDUCED PRICES.—This will be sold with THE WATCH TOWER only. On thin paper, in full morocco leather, divinity circuit, red under gold edges, silk sewed, leather lined, $2.50 (10s. 6d.) includes postage and one year’s subscription to THE WATCH TOWER.
THE TISCHENDORF NEW TESTAMENT
This is the ordinary Common Version in cloth binding. As footnotes it gives the reading of the three oldest Greek MSS., Sinaiticus, Vaticanus and Alexandrine, wherever these differ from the Common Version. This is a very valuable little work, published in Europe, which we specially import. Price, 50c., including postage.
LEESER’S TRANSLATION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
This is the standard translation amongst English reading Hebrews, by one of their own rabbis. It is not perfect, but is a valuable aid in critical study of the Old Testament. Our special price, in leather binding, including postage, is $1.10.
ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE TO THE SCRIPTURES
In English, Hebrew and Greek, by Prof. Young (Presbyterian). A valuable work for all critical students. We are not permitted by the publishers to cut their price, but we may and do give in addition, postage free, any four volumes of STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES, cloth binding, with each Concordance, or six volumes if purchaser pays expressage. Postpaid, cloth binding, $6.
EXHAUSTIVE CONCORDANCE TO THE SCRIPTURES
In English, Hebrew and Greek, by Prof. Strong (Methodist). This is also an able work and useful in critical study. It has some advantages over Young’s; after getting used to it we prefer it. Special reduced prices in cloth binding, $3.96; half leather, $5.96.
CRUDEN’S CONCORDANCE TO THE SCRIPTURES
A valuable work, but scarcely necessary to those who have either of the above mentioned. English only. Cloth binding, $1, delivered.
SMITH’S BIBLE DICTIONARY
This is one of the most desirable editions of Prof. Smith’s work. It is a large volume of 1,020 pages. Cloth binding, $1.30, including postage.
“BIBLE TALKS IN SIMPLE LANGUAGE”
This is the best book of its kind we have ever seen. It presents the Bible stories in simple, but not childish language, and seems remarkably free from the bad theology so common in this class of books. All Christian parents should have a Sunday Bible lesson with their children, and this book furnishes interesting topics, to which may be added as much concordant “Present Truth” as the age of the children will justify. Parents are responsible for their children’s training in theology as well as in morals.
624 pages, 250 illustrations; cloth sides, leather back and corners, gilt edges. A subscription book at $3. Our special price, $1, postpaid.
Hymns of Dawn, with music (cloth) . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.35
Hymns of Dawn, without music (flexible) . . . . . . . . . .06
Poems of Dawn (leather) . . . 50c.; cloth . . . . . . . . . .25
Memorizing Text-Cards (100 in pkg.—two assortments, Nos. 1 and 2), per pkg . . . .25
CHARTS (Blue Prints, soft cloth):
Plan of the Ages, 5 ft., . . . $1.00; 8 ft. . . . . . . . . . .1.50
Chronology of the Bible, 8 ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.50
Tabernacle of the Wilderness, 8 ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
BINDERS for THE WATCH TOWER:
Spring Back (holds 1 yr.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
CROSS & CROWN PINS (Gold, with red enamel):
1/2″ and 5/8″ (ladies’ or gents’ style) each . . . . . .$1 and 1.15
5/8″ celluloid, per doz. . . . 25c.; each . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .03
Missionary Envelopes, per hundred, . . . 25c.; per M . . . 2.00
Vow Bookmarks (paper) 25c. per 100; (silk) each . . . . . . .05
Booklets (on Hell, Spiritism, Evolution, Tabernacle Shadows, Our Lord’s Return), also Berean Question Booklets on each volume of SCRIPTURE STUDIES each 5c.; per doz . . .50
Report on Foreign Missions, each . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .05
Tracts in all languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FREE
— November 15, 1914 —
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