Monthly Archives: June 2011

Textbook Tip # 6

Textbook Tip # 6 Remember value is not just measured in dollars and cents. Remember your convenience is worth something. Many people, myself included, will often make a purchase from one online seller just because they already have their billing … Continue reading

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Book Review of Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road

Book Review of Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road by Timothy J. Keller Paperback: 236 pages Publisher: P & R Publishing; 2 Sub edition (July 1, 1997) Language: English ISBN: 9780875522173 What is the relationship between evangelistic … Continue reading

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Textbook Tip #5 Think About Uncle Sam’s Share

Textbook Tip #5 Think about Uncle Sam’s share. Taxes add up. 6% sales tax on $400 of books is $24. Consider buying your books from a seller in a state that does not tax textbooks. South Carolina is one of … Continue reading

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Textbook Tip #4 Buy the Right Book

Textbook Tim #4        Buy the right book. This may seem like a no-brainer, but many students trying to get a great deal online search by the title or author and end up getting an older edition, another book entirely, or … Continue reading

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Financial Advice for College

What if there was a personal guide that would prepare graduating seniors for their college experience? Now, there is one. Incoming college freshmen are faced with a new world of challenges, especially financially. During BJU’s Summer Orientation our financial aid … Continue reading

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Launch Party Round #3

Today is round #3 of our blog Launch Party, so we’re giving away three recent JourneyForth books. When Christ Was Here Through Jewish Eyes  Be Confident In Your Creation To enter to win leave a comment below telling us what … Continue reading

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Textbook Tip #3

Textbook Tip #3 Start Early The sooner you start shopping for your books the more money will save. If you buy your book ahead of time, then you won’t mind waiting on the delay that shipping involves. Find out what … Continue reading

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Textbook Tip #2

Tip #2  Buy used books. This is the most obvious and best way to knock 20-40 % off the retail price of textbooks. The campus store has a large amount of used books that are in good condition. We do … Continue reading

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Textbook Tips #1

College textbooks are not cheap. Students spend a national average of $1,200 a year on textbooks and class supplies.  Since most college students are on a shoestring budget it is extremely important to be wise in your textbook purchasing habits. … Continue reading

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Launch Party Round #2

For round #2 of our blog launch party we’re giving away a copy of Dr. Stewart Custer‘s newest book, Critical Questions for New Testament Study. Here is the description of the book. Each New Testament book contains “problem passages.” Liberal … Continue reading

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