The Paperback of ‘Is This Not The Carpenter?’ Off to the Printers this Week

We just heard from the publisher (Acumen) that they are sending the book to the printers this week! They have informed us that the paperback will be available in early July! This is huge news and we sincerely appreciate the hard work that went into this early release by the good people at Acumen. They’ve done a phenomenal job.

For those who pre-ordered (and for those still interested in pre-ordering), the book will release first in Europe as the publisher is in the UK; while North Americans will receive their first copies a few weeks later as they ship via ocean to the North American distributor (ISD), who then ship them out to Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc…

The fastest way to get a copy is ordering directly from the distributors (Acumen for Europeans and ISD for North Americans); the downside is that you will pay full cost for the book ($29.95–far less expensive than the hardback at any rate), so ordering from Barnes and Noble or Amazon (both have a list price of $19.62 as of this posting) may be a better option for those who want to save a few bucks but who don’t mind waiting a few more weeks to flip through their book.

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  1. Amazon.com sent me this notice on June 22 (personal info deleted):

    “We have received new release date information related to the order you placed on [. . . .] The item(s) listed below will actually ship sooner than we originally expected based on the new release date:

    Thomas L. Thompson “Is This Not the Carpenter?: The Question of the Historicity of the Figure of Jesus (Copenhagen International Seminar)”
    Previous estimated arrival date: August 21, 2013 – August 24, 2013
    New estimated arrival date: August 06, 2013 – August 10, 2013″

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