PETER was a minister called of God. He walked by the side of Christ. He shared the Saviour's miracles. He was even chosen to witness His trans figuration. Yet "he spoke without knowing what he was saying" (Luke 9:33, N.E.B.).*
RECENTLY the theme of the apocalyptic has been the subject matter of cataract and learned articles and books. While is was long fashionable to deny that Christ could ever have been the teacher of apocalyptic themes, the wheel of scholarly research has now turned full circle and on every hand theologians confess what there forebears denied--namely that Jesus believed in the apocalyptic images of Daniel and drew heavily upon them in proclaiming His own message. . .
DID YOU ever hear someone speak who sounded as though he were trying to talk through a mouthful of pebbles? Wasn't clear, was it? Either he couldn't articulate well or he didn't. When there is a serious speech impediment affecting the speech mechanism the problem is serious indeed there may be no easy solution. But often muffled, mumbled, or sloppy speech may be the result of faulty speech habits. . .
ANDREWS UNIVERSITY sponsored the third season of excavations at Tell Hesban in Jordan from June 20 to August 15, 1973, with a staff of 57 and about 120 local workmen. The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), which has done more for the progress of Biblical archeology than any other institution, and Calvin Theological Seminary, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, provided both financial support and key staff members. . .
BECAUSE the mind can subconsciously be affected by music, we can easily recognize its potential for controlling the mind. Gitler observed what psychologists have shown through investigation, that rhythm is a prime factor. . .