China’s online Christian bookstore launches ‘out of print’ book sale for its 14th anniversary


A famous online Christian bookstore has put ‘sold out’ books up for sale during the 14th anniversary celebrations.

Baojiayin, an online Christian bookstore, celebrated its 14th anniversary in May. As part of its anniversary celebrations, the bookstore launched a sale of Christian books that will no longer be printed in mainland China.

In a post on its WeChat account on May 17, the bookstore announced the special sale, including some of the bestsellers and tried and true classics. He indicated that these books were out of print due to relevant policies.

“Normally, when books are out of print, it’s because they’re not selling well and so the publisher decides to stop printing. Or older versions may stop printing when a new version is released. These out of print books are by no means unsellable! They have high demand from many churches and Christians,” the ministry said.

“The reason why these books will no longer be printed is obvious. It is for political reasons. The bookstore said: “In recent years, each of our birthdays sees more and more out-of-print books. The list reached a record on this 14th anniversary.

According to its online store, the selection includes more than 40 books, ranging from devotions, Bible studies, theology, biographies, Christian growth to books on family and married life. Some of the examples are the Chinese translations of counterfeit gods and The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller Grasping God’s Word: A Practical Approach to Bible Reading, Interpretation, and Application, Mountain Rain: A Biography of James O. Fraser, The Philosophy of Revelation, personal spiritual lifeand Save your marriage before it begins.

In another post, the bookstore said some Christian books had been prepared but could not be approved for publication. “Baojiayin” in Chinese means bringing good news. As one of the largest online Christian bookstores, it encouraged readers to keep reading and sowing the seeds in the years of calamity.

China’s online Christian bookstore launches ‘out of print’ book sale for its 14th anniversary


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