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April 1980

 

Recommended Reading

Monthly book reviews

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Worldview

Christianity and Current Events

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Shepherdess: Born to Serve

Daughters of the heavenly King may take their responsibilities no less seriously than do earthly princesses.

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Who Can the Chaplain Be?

The chaplain often feels neither fish nor fowl (and is often seen the same way), but the author envisions a unique role.

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A Reluctant Farewell

A tribute by J. R. Spangler to the Dowers as they retire after more than 44 years of denominational service.

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This I believe about Ellen G White

"I have heard the ring of truth in the Bible and the writings of Ellen White.... I believe with all my heart that Ellen White was an inspired messenger of God."

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Tools and their use in the minister's workshop

Tools for the pastor's study.

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What is new in Biblical Archeology?

A Supplement to Ministry

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How near is the Omega?

Ellen White characterized the crises through which the church passed in the late 1800's and early 1900's as the "Alpha" of apostasy, and warned that the church would have to face a similar "Omega" at a later time. Roger W. Coon analyzes and synthesizes the evidence concerning the "Alpha" in order to better recognize and resist the "Omega."

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What might have been

From St. Helena, California, January 5, 1903.

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Mark Finley speaks out on bridging the gap

MINISTRY interviews Mark Finley whose Daniel seminars are designed to prepare hearts to receive God's truth and His will.

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Day of Prayer and Fasting

A special day of prayer and fasting in behalf of the GC Session.

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Imminence—Mainspring of Adventism

Dare we speak today with the same degree of certainty regarding Christ's second coming as did Miller and our Adventist forefathers?

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