Reader Responses Lead to Several Improvements -- By: Anonymous
BSac 143:572 (Oct 86) p. 290
Reader Responses Lead to Several Improvements
Over the past months many Bibliotheca Sacra readers filled in the questionnaire that was included with the January 1986 issue. The editorial staff is grateful for the keen response of more than 1,600 subscribers.
Based on your comments, the editorial staff of Bibliotheca Sacra is making a number of improvements, beginning with the January 1987 issue. These include having occasionally longer reviews of significant books, omitting a separate “Book Notices
The page size will remain the same, but the greater number of pages will enable us to give you, our readers, an additional article or two each issue and/or occasionally a longer article rather than splitting an article into several parts over two or three issues.
To cover the cost of these improvements and increased printing costs, the subscription rates are being increased starting with January 1987. (See the enclosed subscription card.) The new prices are still below those of most theological journals. By renewing now, you can beat the new price increase!
The articles slated for 1987 discuss significant theological problems, important biblical studies, and key current issues—all areas that many of you said you like about Bibliotheca Sacra. Though the journal will have a new look, the commitment to doctrinal integrity and to the inerrant Word of God remains unchanged.
Thank you for being a part of the family of Bibliotheca Sacra, the oldest theological journal in the Western Hemisphere.
Roy B. Zuck, ThD
BSac 143:572 (Oct 86) p. 291
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