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March 1937

 

Principles, Problems, and Policies No. 1

These are stressful days. I do not believe any one man can or should trust his own judgment in trying to guide this work.

 

Advanced Study for Unprecendented Issues

The vast changes taking place in every phase of life about us have necessi­tated a forward movement in Seventh-day Adventist educational plans.

 

Getting the Ear of the Public

Symposia! Discussion, June 3, at 5:15 P.M.

 

Hebrew Expressions in Genesis

The word "God," is used thirty-one times in the first chapter of Genesis. How are we to understand it?

 

Ministerial Poise

It is required of men whose work places them much before the public, that they be free from extremes and eccentricities.

 

The Confessed Failure of Modernism No. 2

A look at the modernism of Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick.

 

Power for the Finishing of the Work No. 3

That which took place on the day of Pente­cost is precisely what we long to witness today.

 

Editorial Keynotes

"National Preaching Mission" Reactions

 

Rally to Radio Preaching

Fulfilling the great commission over the air waves.

 

The Tabernacle Bible Class

A first hand account.

 

The Conflict of the Ages Series No. 3

An overview of the Conflict of the Ages series.

 

The Alcohol Problem No. 3

The effect of alcohol on the cell presents a marked contrast to the ministry of food, water, and oxygen in the life and work of the cell.

 

From One Native Teacher to Another

Should one question the effectiveness of the promotion of the Reading Course plan in our ranks through the years, let him be con­vinced by the following letter written by a native teacher, Moses Kalunga, and appearing in the Malarnulo Tidings, a mission sheet is­sued by our Southeast African Mission, Mala­mulo, Nyasaland.

 

Valuable Quotations

Extracts from current literature.

 

Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

 

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