There is a rather general feeling among customers that titles are copy-righted and cannot be duplicated, so you'll have to watch out for confusion with Garvie's The Christian Faith, published by Scribner in their Studies in Theology Series. There is also the probability that they will ask for the Christian Faith by anyone of the twelve contributors so see that you and your staff are primed no matter what they ask for. It is a symposium of twelve chapters by the leading dons and claries of Great Britain. The subtitle is Essays of Explanation and Defence; each represents the thoughts and opinion of the writer on these naturally related subjects. Their opinions and points of view do not, however, always harmonize, in fact several disagree. This is natural and to the student, who would spot such discrepancies will be most stimulating. Every phase of the subject, the Christian Faith, though, is covered and in that sense the book forms a composite whole. It will be extremely valuabid to clergymen in suggestions and ideas for sermons, for discussions and for study on doctrine and dogma. The writing is well done and in many cases the articles are brilliant.