Here, once again, is the fall book forecast, a preview of volumes to be issued by publishers within the next few months. No attempt has been made to evaluate the books because only the titles are now available to us. An asterisk indicates titles that the publishers considered especially significant. A (p) following the author’s name indicates that the book is appearing in paperback or that a worthwhile title that has been in hardback is now coming out in paperback. Out-of-print books that are being reissued may also be listed.

AESTHETICS, ARCHITECTURE, MUSIC

PRAEGER:The Great Church of the Middle Ages by P. Kidson. YALE UNIVERSITY:The Craft of Dying by N. Lee Beaty.

APOLOGETICS, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE

BAKER:Science and the Bible by B. Davidheiser and Christian Philosophy in the Twentieth Century by A. F. Holmes (p). BETHANY FELLOWSHIP:The Puzzle of Seventh Day Adventism and Questions in the Cults by W. Martin and Suicide of Christian Theology by J. W. Montgomery. CONCORDIA:Genes, Genesis, and Evolution by J. W. Klotz. EERDMANS: *God in the Dock by C. S. Lewis and Apologetics by J. K. S. Reid (p). GOOD NEWS: *Witchcraft, Warlocks, Astrology, Demons by L. Dolphin, Jr. (p). HARPER & Row: Quattlebaum’s Truth by M. Gross. HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON:Bodies in Revolt by T. L. Hanna. INTER-VARSITY:Teilhard de Chardin: An Analysis and Assessment by D. G. Jones. LIPPINCOTT:The Promise of Teilhard by P. Hefner and The Promise of Reinhold Niebuhr by G. Fackre. MOODY:The Future Life by R. Pache (p) and Set Forth Your Case (p) and Sola Scriptura by C. Pinnock. PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY:The Creation of Death and Life by R. H. King. SCRIBNERS:Existence and Love by W. Sadler, Jr. (p), and Insearch: Psychology and Religion by J. Hillman. ...

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