Our new online book exchange facility now makes it easier for you to buy, sell and swap theology and ministry books.
Interested in quality theology books? Whether you’re looking for titles or hoping to offload them, our new Book Exchange website provides a platform where you can exchange, buy, give, express an interest in, or sell academic resources.
How to search for a resource
On the front page of the Book Exchange site is a light-gray navigation bar where you can filter your search by state and/or category, or type in the title and/or the author.
Or you can simply browse through the list view below the navigation bar.
How to advertise your academic resource
First, you will have to either create an account or log into your account if you already have one.
Then, take a photo of your book jacket and include the book details such as
- the full title of your book, subtitle, and who it’s by
- the edition (if any)
- a summary of the book (you can always repeat what it says on the jacket or look it up on websites like Book Depository)
- the category(s) that this resource is most suited for
- your price (if you’re giving it away, just leave it at $0)
- your location (suburb and city)
- your email address (will remain private)
Interested parties will send you a message through the website and you can liaise with each other from there.
How to advertise that you are looking for a resource
Simply follow the same steps as you would when advertising for a resource.
The only exception is to list it as “Wanted” under Category.
Please note: St Mark’s role is as the site administrator — we will deal with technical issues with the website. We do not provide any warranty or guarantee for the quality of resources advertised on this book exchange site, and any payment is solely a transaction between the buyer and seller involved in the transaction. By using this website, you agree not to hold us responsible for things other users post or do. As most of the content on the book exchange site comes from other users, we do not guarantee the accuracy of postings or user communications or the quality, safety, or legality of what is offered.