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April 1979

 

Recommended Reading

Monthly book reviews

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Shepherdess

Madonna of the Sawdust Trail, Part II. Evangelistic wives of yesteryear were made of very stem stuff indeed.

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Health and Religion

Medical Priorities and the Nature of Man. A surgeon says doctors have accepted society's evaluation of man's needs.

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Science and Religion

The Billion-dollar Question. Is there life on Mars? The United States Government spent a billion dollars to find out.

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Biblical Archeology

New Thinking in the World of Archeology. Scholars at the recent meetings in New Orleans air some of their latest findings.

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From the Editor

P.R.E.A.C.H. Report and Appeal. Continuing relationships with clergy of all faiths is proving to be mutually advantageous.

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Memorial of the cross

The Lord's Supper is a kind of looking glass for all Christian teaching, pulling the past and the future into the focus of the present.

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Speaking to the eyes and ears

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Creed, authority and freedom

To what extent can a church Biblically require conformity to its understanding of doctrine?

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A basis for Christian counseling

The same God who has shown such deep concern for man spiritually and physically is just as interested in him mentally and emotionally.

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A fish story

Is a fisherman really a fisherman if he never goes fishing?

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Luther and Justification

What was the doctrine that split Christendom?

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Caring for new converts

During 1977 approximately three persons left the Adventist Church for every ten persons who joined. The solution to such excessive losses, says the author, is to stop trying to determine who is at fault, and develop an attitude of caring for the new convert.

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