Our next issue (Vol. 12, No. 3) will feature a major defense of the Pauline authorship of I Timothy—a New Testament book dismissed as post-apostolic by mainline liberal biblical scholarship and (even more sadly) by not a few evangelical exegetes. That study—“Coherence and Authorship in I Timothy”—is the work of Dr. Ray Van Neste, Professor of Biblical Studies at Union University. Also in the next issue will be an article-length evaluation and critique of Myron Penner’s The End of Apologetics. Dr. John J. Johnson of Virginia Union University will show the fallacies in Penner’s dismissal of “rationalistic evidence” in the apologetic task and argue that Penner’s approach nonetheless has something useful to offer in making the case for Christianity.