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October 1948

 

Giant Catholic Strides

Here is food for sober thought. The children of the churches of the world are sometimes wiser in their generation than the children of light.

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Editorial Postscripts

From the Ministry back page.

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Importance of Lambeth Conference

A report from the 1948 Lambeth conference.

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Baptist Doctrinal Unity

Can Baptists be united theologically?

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The Church Business Meeting

A church business meeting differs from the typical parliamentary session of a sec­ular group in which Robert's Rules of Order sets the pattern of procedure.

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Christianity and Modern Medicine

Both religion and medicine have grown, religion coming up from the pagan days of fear, superstition and mysticism to a search for spiritual truths, and medicine developing from primitive magic to science.

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III. Changed Methods of Evangelism

It must be increasingly apparent to all who have been thoughtfully following our ex­panding radio Bible correspondence school pro­gram that God is verily leading us in this work.

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Strength in Unity

The anointment of unity.

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The Two Working Together

Literature evangelism and the public.

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Promise of Protection From Disease

The promise to ancient Israel was, "If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God, and wilt do that which is right in His sight, and wilt give ear to His com­mandments, and keep all His statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I am the Lord that healeth thee." Ex. 15:26. Although this promise was given to God's people an­ciently, it likewise applies to His people for all time.

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Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Ministry

If the clergy looked upon the convert in the light in which a doctor looks upon his pa­tient, I feel sure a different approach would often be used, and perhaps a larger patient list might be brought to our churches.

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Successful Field Seminary Conducted in Britain

A forward step in overseas advanced ministerial training was taken this past summer that bids fair to mark a new era in intensified and unified denominational worker-training endeavor.

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Inflation, a Menace to Mission

Gathering mission funds, sufficient and on time, to finance the world-wide Ad­vent Movement today is really a gigantic un­dertaking.

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Good Music for Public Evangelism

It has been my conviction for some time that we have barely touched with our finger tips this matter of securing the maximum results from our evangelistic music program.

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Techniques of Spearhead Evangelism

What is spearhead evangelism?

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Evangelistic Opportunities of the Teacher

The Adventist teacher holds a unique po­sition as a Christian worker, a position carrying with it a privilege and a respon­sibility for evangelism such as no other denom­inational worker can claim.

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Church of Latter-day Saints

Our continued look at various churches and religions.

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Let's Not Become Sidetracked

Sev­enth-day Adventists are a called and chosen working force for God—a special peo­ple with a special message for a special time. They must not allow anything else to absorb their attention.

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Origin of Our Bible Work 1. The Early Beginnings

Beginning with this number of THE MINISTRY, a series of six consecutive articles on the origin of the Bible work will be presented.

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Tenure of Service in Levitical Ministry

It is interesting to note the plan under which the ministers in the ancient sanctu­ary carried on their work.

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