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February 1937

 

Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

 

Valuable Quotations

Verified Extracts From Current Literature

 

Is Alcohol a Food?

One of the most specious, and therefore deceptive, arguments used to sanction the daily use of moderate amounts of beverages containing alcohol, is the claim that alcohol has a food value.

 

Editorial Keynotes

From the editor's desk.

 

"His Own" (John 1:11)

Textual analysis of John 1:11.

 

The Confessed Failure of Modernism—No. 1

Any attempt to make Christianity more acceptable to the modern mind by accommodating its teachings to the spirit of the age, even to the point of surren­dering the miraculous element, is simply the rejection of the Christianity of the Scriptures and the substitution of a merely human philos­ophy in place of it.

 

Knowing What Not to Say

In a certain sense a minister selects his own congregation

 

Giving Our Specific Message to the World

A symposial discussion from June 5, 1936 in San Francisco

 

Every Doctrine in the Setting of the Advent Message

We can never tire of looking at the prophetic picture of this advent movement.

 

Power for the Finishing of the Work—No. 2

We are approaching the end of the last days. The need of the Holy Spirit is as great in these days as it was at the beginning of the gospel dispensation.

 

Radio Problems and Methods

The launching of radio work in any section gives rise to several questions and considerations. The suggestions given in this article are the result of my own particular experience under circumstances prevailing in our part of the field.

 

Reaching the Masses in a Conference—No. 2*

Advice on financing a literature campaign.

 

The Place of Instrumental Music

Part four of our series considers the importance of having a skill pianist or organist.

 

Bible History Teaches Bible Doctrine—No. 2

The same doctrinal purpose and character of Biblical history revealed in the Old Testament is clearly seen in the historical narratives of the New Testament.

 

The Conflict of the Ages Series

A look at the writing of the Great Controversy.

 

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