ALTHAUS, PAUL, The Theology of Martin Luther (Fortress, 464 pp., $8). Althaus’s definitive work on Luther’s theology, distributed in English in 1967, treats the Reformer’s thought on twenty-eight topics.

ARMSTRONG, O. K., AND ARMSTRONG, MARJORIE M., The Indomitable Baptists (Doubleday, 392 pp., $5.95). The Armstrongs tell the rollicking story of the individualistic, fervent Baptists with appreciation and candor.

BAVINCK, J. H., The Church Between Temple and Mosque (Eerdmans, 206 pp., $2.65). In this posthumous work Professor Bavinck discusses the uniqueness of Christianity in relation to other religions, the status of man before God as shown in Romans 1, and the point of contact the Church has with adherents of other religions.

BERKHOF, HENDRIKUS, Christ the Meaning of History (John Knox, 224 pp., $5.50). Berkhof asserts that the historical Christ makes possible the understanding of modern history; this is the English edition of a book originally published in the Netherlands.

BROWN, COLIN, Karl Barth and the Christian Message (Inter-Varsity, 163 pp., $1.95). Brown’s assessment of Barth’s major themes, both commends and criticizes the Basel professor for the “Christ-idea” that dominates his theology.

CULLMANN, OSCAR, Salvation in History (Harper, 352 pp., $6.50). This English translation of Cullmann’s 1965 work seeks to show that “salvation-history” is found in all the major books of the New Testament.

GAEBELEIN, FRANK E., editor, A Christianity Today Reader (Meredith, 271 pp., $7.95). The content, scope, and style of CHRISTIANITY TODAY are communicated in this stimulating selection of articles, editorials, news stories, and features from the magazine’s first decade.

HENRY, CARL F. H., Evangelicals at the Brink of Crisis (Word Books, ...

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