“If there is deficiency of true learning,” says Geoffrey W. Bromiley in the article beginning on the opposite page, “it is not for any lack of the necessary tools.” Our spring book issue assesses the vast assortment of religious books that came off the presses last year and probes the outlook for 1964. Dr. Bromiley’s article and the two that follow survey the 1963 output. The “Spring Book Forecast” on page 16 lists what is coming, and the editorial on page 24 considers the current state of evangelical writing.

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