Although the editors of CHRISTIANITY TODAY do not endorse the total content of each of these volumes, the authors write from a generally evangelical perspective.

BABBAGE, STUART BARTON, The Vacuum of Unbelief (Zondervan, 152 pp., $3.95). These non-technical essays on a variety of subjects examine the role and status of Christianity in the spiritual vacuum of modern culture.

BARKER, GLENN W., WILLIAM L. LANE, and J. RAMSEY MICHAELS, The New Testament Speaks (Harper & Row, 445 pp., $6.50). A scholarly study of the background, development, and content of the New Testament.

BERKOUWER, G. C., The Sacraments (Eerdmans, 304 pp., $7.50). In the tenth volume of his valuable “Studies in Dogmatics,” this outstanding Dutch theologian expounds and defends the Reformed teaching on the sacraments and evaluates other views.

BLAIKLOCK, E. M., editor, The Zondervan Pictorial Bible Atlas (Zondervan, 491 pp., $9.95). Following the chronology of biblical events, this valuable reference work sketches the cultural and geographical background of the Scriptures.

BROWN, COLIN, Philosophy and the Christian Faith (Inter-Varsity, 319 pp., paperback, $2.50). This bird’s-eye view of the history of philosophy down to the present day and of its relations with Christianity will prove very helpful to the layman.

BROWN, HAROLD O. J., The Protest of a Troubled Protestant (Arlington House, 282 pp., $5.95). A committed Christian scholar candidly examines the many weaknesses and problems besieging the Church.

BRUCE, F. F., New Testament Development of Old Testament Themes (Eerdmans, 122 pp. $3.95). Originally presented as the Payton Lectures at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1968, this exegetical study investigates the New Testament’s continuing use of several Old Testament ...

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