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September 1948

 

Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

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Controversy Over Protestant Church Music

Every once in a while the latent controversy over the character of church music, smoldering in the popular churches, breaks out afresh, disclosing the deep convictions and forthright language of the conflicting schools of thought. One such outbreak was aired in the Christian Century last summer.

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Why Not "The Adventist Hour"?

"It is later than you think."

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II Correspondence School Interests

Radio evangelism in action.

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Music's Contribution to Worship

From earliest times the human voice ac­companied by instrumental music has been used in public worship. How should make the best use of this gift?

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Building Spiritual Life of Church

How to continue to build the life of a church apart from the gift of continuous public evangelism.

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The Ideal Minister

Jesus was the ideal minister. He was the master preacher. Those who proclaim the gospel "in His name" and "in His stead" should ever follow the example of the incomparable Man of men.

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Keeping the Flock in the Fold

The work of a pastor and of a shepherd is referred to in the Bible as being analo­gous. Their work is fourfold in nature—to feed, guide, defend, and increase the number of the flock.

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The Christian Physician

The Christian physician has a tremendous opportunity and responsibility, not only in bringing physical relief to the sick and suffer­ing but also in spreading the everlasting gospel to a sin-sick humanity.

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The Health Work in Scandinavia

Fifty years ago our denomination founded the Skodsborg Badesanatorium, the leader of which was Dr. Carl Ottosen. Most of the institutions are carried on as self-supporting Seventh-day Adventist health activities, through which thousands of people have received assistance during illness and have gained a favorable impression of the members of our church and our doctrine.

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Care in Speaking and Writing

During the recent period of hostilities we all learned more or less what it meant to do this. Even now in some parts of the world we do well to exercise great care in what we say from the public platform and in what we write even in our own papers and books.

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A Lone Preacher on a Floating World

I was sojourning for five days recently on the Queen Mary—a small city of about 3,500 floating in the midst of the mighty Atlantic. It was a little world of its own, iso­lated from the rest of the world except for radio contacts, and yet it represented a fair cross section of the world at large.

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Gathering Our Strength

A vast amount of experience from the time of the Reformation until now has served to emphasize to the church the natural inter­dependence of oral evangelism and literature evangelism.

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Christian Literature Through the Ages

Christian literature has had an amaz­ing place in the conquests of the Chris­tian faith from the time of its very incep­tion.

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What Is Confucianism?

The early religion of China was called "Sinism," and its beliefs are still dominant to the present time.

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The "Unveiling" of Jesus Christ

The accompanying outline contains what I feel to be the true spiritual and prophetic contents of Christ's Post-Ascension Gospel. In it the Lord Jesus Himself unfolded His eternal glory and the triumph of His redeemed church in the great drama of the universe.

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Evangelizing the Whole District

Recently we began a series of district evangelistic meetings which we feel were of great value and accomplished excellent re­sults in the five churches of our district. I shall try to outline the plan in such a way that all who see light in the procedure may adapt it to their district programs.

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The Bible-marking Class

One of the ways which we have found successful in enlarging our week-night crowds is to have a Bible-marking class.

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I Was Taught by the Jesuits

The life story of this former Catholic clergyman was written by request of the editor, and was trans­lated from the Portuguese by Charles A. Rentfro.

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Ellen G. White—The Human-Interest Story

Our continued look at Ellen G. White as God's Messenger.

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