Membership cards are merely dribbling in. Our Business Manager informed me recently that we now have a total of 214. That’s good, but not good enough. If you have lost the letter and membership card sent to you, don’t let that bother you. Simply send in your membership by letter, assuring us that you agree to the terms of membership: 1) You are entitled to a 20% discount on any RFPA publication. 2) You obligate yourself to accept every newpublication (with the exception of educational manuals) at the same discount of 20%. Memberships, by the way, are not limited to one per family. You young people, for example, could take advantage of this offer to begin building your personal library of Protestant Reformed literature.
Newly available in paperback editions are Rev. D. Engelsma’s Marriage, The Mystery of Christ and the Church, and H. Hoeksema’sBelievers And Their Seed. These paperback editions will cost you $1.95 (minus 20% if you’re a Book Club member). The hard cover edition of Rev. Engelsma’s book is no longer available. We have a very limited supply of hard cover copies of Believers And Their Seed, at $2.95 per copy. But hurry if you want one of the hard cover copies; they’ll soon be sold out.
If you wish to get on the mailing list for our Protestant Reformed Theological Journal(free) in time to receive the spring issue, write in soon. We have been experiencing a spurt of interest in theJournal which has resulted in the quick depletion of the surplus copies of each issue. One of the reasons for this interest is Prof. Hanko’s series on The Reformed. Doctrine of Infant Baptism and his critique of David Kingdon’s book, Children of Abraham, a defense of the Reformed Baptist position. Our next issue will also carry the conference papers of the recent conference on Postmillennialism. To get the spring issue, write to: Prof. H. Hanko, Prot. Ref. Theological School, 4949 Ivanrest Ave., S.W., Grandville, Michigan 49418.
After having written several book reviews (which may or may not appear in this issue), and after having penned these notes, and after having considered the fact that there is a’ slight surplus of copy, your editor’s pen ran dry for this issue. Hence, the editorial space will be devoted to said surplus.