This is the first of four studies that lay bare the notable revolution that is taking place in religious world thought.
By FREDERICK LEE, Associate Editor, Review and Herald
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Whether our responsibility centers in the local church or in general administrative work in any capacity, as leaders in the cause of God we need to be reminded often of the spiritual objectives that are before us and our believers, and need to have a knowledge of how these are attained.
India presents such a variety of conditions—geographical, economic, sociologic, and religious—that it is well-nigh futile to attempt any general statement about the country which would apply accurately to all parts or to all classes of people found there.
Fasting for short periods is physically beneficial and health promoting for those who overeat. Were it not for overeating, fasting would be largely unnecessary, and entire abstinence from food would be harmful.
Professor Price's article on dispensationalism in the August, 1938, Ministry, is most timely, and worthy of careful study by every Seventh-day Adventist minister. But I believe that we concede too much when we classify dispensationalists as fundamentalists.