The best evangelical contributions of 1960, in the judgment ofCHRISTIANITY TODAY’Seditorial staff, are listed below. The selections propound evangelical pesrpectives in a significant way, or apply biblical doctrines effectively to modern currents of thought and life. These are not the only meritorious volumes, nor do they in every case necessarily reflect the convictions of all evangelical groups.

BASS, CLARENCE: Backgrounds to Dispensationalism (Eerdmans, 184 pp., $3.50). An historical outline and evaluation of dispensational views.

BEEGLE, DEWEY M.: God’s Word into English (Harper, 178 pp., $3.50). Vivid presentation for laymen of the problems of Bible translation.

BERKOUWER, G. C.: Divine Election (Eerdmans, 336 pp., $4.50). Timely reassessment of the Reformed doctrine.

BLACKWOOD, ANDREW W.: The Growing Minister (Abingdon, 192 pp., $3). Practical biblical patterns for the Christian ministry.

BUSWELL, II, JAMES OLIVER: A Christian View of Being and Knowing (Zondervan, 214 pp., $3.50). A concise evangelical introduction to the study of philosophy.

CAIRNS, EARLE E.: Saints and Society (Moody, 192 pp., $3.25). A survey of the social impact of the life and thought of evangelical churchmen.

CLOWNEY, EDMUND P.: Eutychus (and his pin) (Eerdmans, 102 pp., $2.50). Theological reflections in rare humorous vein.

DOOYEWEERD, HERMAN: In the Twilight of Western Thought (Presbyterian and Reformed, 195 pp., $3.50). Christian evaluation of philosophical trends.

GERSTNER, JOHN H.: Steps to Salvation: The Evangelistic Message of Jonathan Edwards (Westminster, 192 pp., $3.95). Systematic analysis of Edwards’ theology of conversion.

HALL, VERNA M., compiler; MONTGOMERY, JOSEPH ALLEN, ed.: Christian History of the Constitution (American Christian Constitution ...

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