A belated Happy New Year! Our January 2022 new arrivals catalog has just been posted and can be viewed here:

New Arrivals Catalog January 2022



Our December 2021 New Arrivals catalog has just been published. This list features a large selection of biblical commentaries, liturgy-related material, and a variety of other titles.

The catalog can be viewed via the following link:

New Arrivals Catalog December 2021


Our latest New Arrivals Catalog is now online.  This list features an extensive collection of Anglican / Episcopalian church history and liturgical studies, as well as our complete list of Inklings and friends titles.

You can view this catalog by clicking on the link below.

November 2021 New Arrivals Catalog


We’ve recently begun listing our entire inventory on Biblio, and we’re enthusiastic about this website of independent booksellers.    Abebooks continues to be a good website to buy and sell, and we list the majority of our books there as well.

Our ‘Search our Inventory’ page on WordPress now provides easy links to search our store’s books offered at both websites, and you can use whichever site suits you best.

Please note that it is easy to move from searching only our listings to searching all sellers’ listings on these websites-  books that are being offered by our store will clearly indicate Windows Booksellers as the seller.

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Happy book hunting!


French Antiquarian Books

We are now offering a catalog featuring full-color photos of the personal library of the late Jacques Gres-Gayer, a specialist in French ecclesial and intellectual history who was regarded as the world expert in in the history of the Sorbonne in the 18th century. This offering will be of interest to any collector or institution looking to build a primary- source reference library in the fields of church history, early-modern European history, philosophy, theology, and church-state relations.

In addition to an extensive modern academic library, Gres-Gayer’s scholarly needs required access to an array of primary sources, many of which were not reprinted in any format after the 18th century. Thus, the antiquarian collection he amassed runs quite deep within the narrow time frame of his interest. Subjects include general theological and philosophical writings of the faculty of the Sorbonne, church histories, tracts and documents relating to Port Royal and the Jansenist controversy (including many works by, for, and against Pascal and the Arnaulds), works from the French School and the rise of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart, as well as many other ancillary works in the contemporary French intellectual scene.

Condition was a prime factor as this was a working library, and as such nearly all volumes are in good to very good condition, most in contemporary leather bindings.

Hard copies of the catalog are available upon request. Here is a link to the online version this catalog:

French Theology Antiquarian Catalog

Offered for sale by Windows Booksellers, 199 West 8th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

(541) 485-0014  / windowsbooks@academicbooks.com

Pallavicino, Sforza.  __Vera Concilii Tridenti Historia, contra falsam Petri suavis narrationem (3 parts in 1 volume)__.  Antuerpiae.  1673.  Vellum.  296, [22]; 297, [27]; 326, [22]pp.  In slightly worn vellum.  All title pages present, syllabus and index included at the end of each section.  Ex-library, foxing, else very good. $350.00  [295169]


Freshly cataloged, we have for sale a first edition of Noah Webster’s Holy Bible, details as follows:

Webster, Noah.  __The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, in the Common Version, with Amendments of the Language__.  New Haven:  Durrie & Peck.  Sold by Hezekiah Howe & Co., and A.H. Maltby, New Haven; and by N. & J. White, New York.  1833.  v, xvi, 907pp.  First edition.  4to.  Full leather, with raised bands and marbled end-papers.  Spine beautifully re-backed, and worn leather boards treated by professional bookbinder.   Board edges worn, and corners exposed.  Ex-library, with library stamps on title page.  Moderate to heavy foxing, slight stains.  Overall, in quite good condition, with library stamps on title page being the primary flaw. $4,000.00  [ANT053]








Windows Booksellers

199 West 8th Ave, Suite 1

Eugene, OR 97401  USA


(541) 485-0014 or (800) 779-1701

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Offering another treasure unearthed from our Antiquarian stash:

Graff, Joannes Andreas.  __Geistlicher Bien-Stock, Das ist: Ein Angemehme und Heylsame Zusammentragung…__.  Augspurg: Georg Schlüter.  1709.  Vellum.  1027pp.  Ex-library. Shaken, weak hinges. Heavy foxing. Worn tooled vellum cover with metal clasps.  $277.00  [K431481]





Here’s our latest Philosophy and Theology list.  Enjoy!

Philosophy & Theology Catalog, August 2012

Little Wendell, resting amongst our philosophy books

Here are a couple recently published worthy reads, on the Book of Revelation, recommended and reviewed by our own Jim “Sparky” Strickler.  Both titles are available through our bookstore, and are eligible for a 25% discount when you mention this blog post.  

Jim "Sparky" Strickler

Michael J. Gorman, Reading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness:  Following the Lamb into the New Creation  Cascade Books, 2011.

“If you’re only going to read one book on Revelation this is the one I recommend.”

Daniel F. Stramara Jr. God’s Timetable: The Book of Revelation and the Feast of Seven Weeks. Pickwick Publications, 2011

“A convincing look at Revelation through the 1c. Jewish lectionary leading up to, and through, the Feast of Weeks. The book offers many  insights that are otherwise missed or confused if Revelation is simply read as its christianized version. Stramara Jr. appropriately understand that Revelation must be ultimately understood in the christianized version that we now have, but his thesis is that Revelation was originally composed as a Jewish Apocalypse (being what we know as Rev. 4-11). He thinks that it was composed with the first century Jewish Lectionary in mind, and that around and including the Feast of Weeks (the most important feast time of the Jewish year, the Shauv’ot festival). He understands Rev. 12-22:7 as developments by the original seer’s disciples, and that “John” christianized it with the addition of chapters 1-3 and the epilogue of 22:8-21. If that seems far fetched he observes that 4 Ezra (also known as 2 Esdras) was also written as a Jewish Apocalypse, and was latter christianized with the first two chapters and an epilogue. It was also contemporaneous with Revelation. He makes a convincing study, and deciphers some of the most puzzling and mysterious images in Revelation in equally compelling ways.   If one is going to read more than one book on Revelation (Gorman’s above) then this one must have its place.”