Once again we present our annual Spring Book Forecast to give our readers an overview of the religious publishing field and to put them on the lookout for volumes that may be of special interest to them. Many of the spring titles focus on the host of problems and issues confronting both Church and society; we hope evangelicals will come forth with solid contributions in this area. Only time will tell whether promising titles can deliver the goods in content. As in the past we have asked publishers to designate what they feel will be their most significant publications; these selections are indicated by an asterisk. We have used the symbols (p) to indicate paperbacks and (rp) to designate out-of-print books that are being reissued.

AESTHETICS, ARCHITECTURE, MUSICABINGDON: Now Songs compiled by M. Stewart and Companion to the Hymnal by Gealy, Lovelace, and Young. JUDSON: Hymnbook for Christian Worship. PEGASUS: Aesthetics: An Introduction by G. Dickie. PRAEGER: Churches in Rock: Early Christian Art in Ethiopia by G. Gerster.

APOLOGETICS, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCEARLINGTON HOUSE: *Christian Counter-Attack by Lunn and Lean. BAKER: Interpreting God’s Word Today by S. Kistemaker. BETHANY FELLOWSHIP: Damned Through the Church by J. W. Montgomery, The Bible and Spiritual Criticism by A. Pierson, and Questions on the Cults by W. Martin. CONCORDIA: Rock Strata and the Bible Record edited by P. Zimmermann. EERDMANS: All Things Made New by L. Smedes, Do You Understand What You Read? by H. Kuitert, The Man Born to Be King by D. Sayers, and *The Meaning of the City by J. Ellul. FORTRESS: * Who Shall Live? edited by K. Vaux. GREENWOOD: The Validity of Death and Other Essays in Existential Philosophy by P. Koestenbaum. INTER-VARSITY: Christianity: ...

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