RUBY WILLIAMS, a Bible instructor associated with Beirut, Lebanon, Evangelistic Center, was conducting a cooking school in connection with the meetings there when I met her and asked for an interview. Here are some or the ensuing questions and answers.
Two recent experiments in applying discussion techniques to public evangelistic meetings have convinced us that certain suggestions in Ellen G. White's writings are workable both overseas and here in the United States.
The Bible recognizes baptism for adults and by immersion. No other kind of baptism has the sanction of the One who commanded us to baptize. Christ Himself was baptized by immersion, and He left us an example that we should follow His steps.
When the Berkeley Bible came from the press in 1959 it was the fulfillment of a dream. Gerrit Verkuyl began this translation at the age most men are retiring. Who is this man and what is his background for undertaking a work of such magnitude?
In the Moslem world we see a religious system so powerful that it is gaining rather than losing in the face of Christian witness.The question naturally arises, What is God's purpose in allowing such a non-Christian philosophy to develop and grow?
One of the most serious problems that Christ's religion has faced through the ages and is facing supremely today is that of its nominal members. The Christian in general has not given to the world around him the correct conception of his Master's way of life.