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May 1948

 

What Is Expository Preaching?

From the Ministry back page.

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Autobiography of a Radio Dial

All who broadcast and all who listen will read with unusual interest this parable. It was written for the Broadcaster's Exchange, a communication sent monthly to our radio evangelists from the General Conference Radio Department.

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Is More Liturgy to Be Encouraged?

Question to the Editors: Are our services inferior to other Protestant services in form and impressiveness?

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The Joy of Present Salvation

One of the most pathetic conditions that we find in the church today, and one for which there should be no real excuse, is the continual fog of uncertainty that surrounds so many of our dear people regarding their present personal relationship to the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Catholic Evangelistic Centers

Has the Catholic Church stolen a march on us by actually putting into practice on a large scale the "evangelistic center" idea?

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Planning for a Greater Bible Evangelism

If ever Seventh-day Adventists had a chance to interest people in God's message for the last days, they have it now.

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What the Minister Expects of the Doctor

The relation between the physical and the spiritual.

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Medical Missionary Symposium in China

A symposium such as this is gratifying in a great mission field such as China, where health evangelism is particularly appropriate because of the heathen back­ground of the teeming millions. We were happy to re­ceive this encouraging report front Dr. Flaiz, who is visiting several Oriental fields in the interest of our medical work. The meeting reported here occurred on January 12 of this year.

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Stars Received "Marching Orders"

Truly, the "luminaries" of the skies did re­ceive marching orders, and it is well for us now living to prepare for the end of the world and the coming of Jesus.

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Ellen G. White—The Human-Interest Story

The fifth part of our look at Ellen G. White. Here we consider her role as a speaker.

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I Was Once a Church of God Clergyman

This is the first of a series of recitals to appear in THE MINISTRY from ministers and priests formerly of other faiths who are now preachers of the Advent message.

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The Pulpit or the Altar - Which?

Is there a Rome-ward trend in Protestantism?

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Interest-gripping Song Service

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Differentiate Between Sacred and Secular

The subject of music for church is an old yet ever new topic, and one on which complete agreement can scarcely be expected. In the hope of contributing to peace and unity, we offer a few analytic suggestions.

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Short Campaigns; Long Follow-up

A most interesting experiment in evangelism was recently carried out by the stu­dents of the Hawaiian Mission Academy, who held meetings in the Manoa Valley housing area in Honolulu.

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Advanced Moves in Practical Training

It is heartening to witness the strong prac­tical emphasis that is being placed upon our ministerial training.

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On the Change of the Sabbath

More evidence that the Church of Rome instituted Sunday worship.

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Student Volunteer Movement

December 27 to January I, 1948, was the time for the quadrennial conference of the Student Volunteer Movement. It was on the campus of Kansas University and was attended by 2,000 delegates from the United States and Canada, representing 35 denominations and 500 colleges and universities. The conference theme was "Exploring Christian Frontiers."

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Winning Souls Without Preaching

Elder Young is a man with about twenty years' ex­perience teaching in our schools, having been princi­pal of various academies. He has never claimed to be an evangelist, but has a burden on his heart for souls. and accordingly laid plans in his district which have netted good results.

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Responsibility of Administration

Administration is just another name for leadership.

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