To give our readers some idea of the books that publishers plan to issue in the next few months, we again present our fall book forecast. Since only the titles are supplied by the publishers we have no way of evaluating the quality or scope of these books until they appear. Readers can select for themselves volumes they especially want to look for. An asterisk indicates titles that the publishers considered especially significant. A (p) following the author’s name indicates either that the title is appearing in paperback or that a worthwhile title that has been in hardback is now to appear in paperback. Out-of-print books that are being reissued may also be listed. Readers should remember that publication of a book can be delayed long beyond the publisher’s expectation.

APOLOGETICS, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE

ABINGDON: The Structure of Awareness by T. Oden. BAKER: A Lawyer Examines the Bible by E. Linton, Evolution and Christian Faith by B. Davidheiser, Symposium on Creation, Volume II by D. Patten et al., and The Bible and Spiritual Criticism by A. Pierson. BIBLICAL RESEARCH PRESS: * Philosophy of Religion by W. Davis (p). CONCORDIA: * If God Is God by R. Koenig (p). CORPUS: Blondel and Christianity by H. Bouillard. FORTRESS: Intellectual Honesty and Religious Commitment edited by A. Bellinzoni and T. Litzenburg and Miracles in Dispute by E. and M. Keller. HAROLD SHAW: * The Drug Users by A. E. Wilder Smith. HARPER & Row: The Silence of God by A. Gibson, Meet Me at the Door by E. Gordon, and * Space: A New Direction for Mankind by E. Lindaman. HERDER AND HERDER: Hope and History by J. Pieper, Survival of Religion by G. Tavard, and The New Voice by A. Wilder. INTER-VARSITY: The Scientific Enterprise and Christian ...

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