The Rev. George C. Lubbers, emeritus minister in the Protestant Reformed Churches, has just publishedThe Bible Versus Millennial Teachings: An Exegetical Critique, a 424-page defense of the Reformed doctrine of the last things against both post-millennialism (particularly in its present-day form as “theonomy”) and pre-millennialism. A review of the book appears elsewhere in this issue. It suffices here only to state that the work is a treasure-house of Biblical exegesis and of insight into the realities of the Kingdom of Heaven. The book can be ordered from the author at 2074 Cranbrook Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505 for $13.95 plus $1.25 for mailing. Copies of his commentary on Galatians, Freeborn Sons of Sarah, and of his commentary on Hebrews, The Glory of the True Tabernacle, are also available.