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The Imminent Appearing of Christ, by J. Barton Payne. Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Price $3.75. This book I consider a rather thorough study of the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in His final advent. After a historical introduction, the author discusses the hope of the appearing of Christ, the imminence of His appearing and antecedents to, His imminent appearing. He weighs and refutes the arguments in favor of pretribulations, the doctrine that Christ will come again before what is called the great tribulation (dispensationalism, the “rapture”). He closes with an outline of the...

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Christian Perspectives, by Dr. Van Riessen, Prof. Farris, and Dr. Runner. Published by Pella Publishing Inc., Pella, Iowa.  This book contains a series of lectures delivered before a Study Conference at Unionville, Ontario. The first group of lectures deals with the relation of the Bible to science; the second with the relation of the Bible to history; the third with the relation of the Bible to learning. 

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The Gospel According to St. John, by R. V. G. Tasker. Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Price $3.00.  This volume is one of the series of Tyndale Bible Commentaries. In a preface the author writes that the aim of these commentaries is “to place into the hands of students and serious readers of the New Testament, at a moderate cost, commentaries by a number of scholars who, while they are free to make their own individual contributions, are united in a common desire to promote a truly biblical theology.” 

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Pentecost and Missions by Harry R. Boer. Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. Price $5.00. This book is written, as tie learn from a “Foreword,” by W. A. Visser ‘t Hooft, as a doctor’s thesis. But let no one, for this reason, be induced not to procure and read it. The book is written in a very lucid style and may readily be read by any intelligent reader. The author is at present a professor at “The Theological College of Northern Nigeria,” something which has been an object of criticism and a bone of contention by the...

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