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August 1980

 

Recommended Reading

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Archeology and the Sabbath

Is there any basis for the claim that the ancient Hebrews borrowed the seventh-day Sabbath from their idolatrous neighbors?

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A Christian View of Scientific Research

A reconsideration of man's ultimate purpose results in a new understanding of the Christian scientist's use of his particular gifts.

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Adventist Alcoholics Anonymous

No longer can the church hide its head in the sand and ignore what is becoming an increasingly serious problem alcoholic Adventists.

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Brain Strain

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Programs or People?

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Apollos, Paul, or Christ?

No Adventist pastor can afford to allow another human being to do his thinking for him or to command his ultimate allegiance.

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Imminence: Mainspring of Adventism—3

In this last of a series of three articles, W. B. Quigley examines the reasons for the delayed Advent and the ways in which the church can hasten the coming of the Lord.

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THe Power of Preaching

The power of the Word that spoke creation into existence flashes forth from the pulpit when the congregation hears the voice of God Himself speaking through His ambassador.

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As others see us

A bit of doggerel on a bulletin board implies that our public image as Seventh-day Adventists does not match the message we have been commissioned to give the world. People should see the beauty of Christ's character in us.

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Arise & Evangelize

The church is in real danger of becoming so occupied with keeping its organizational mechanism moving that it has energy left for nothing else. We must direct our energies to the true business of the church evangelism.

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Not self but souls

We have no time for fretting over ourselves, no time to look on the dark side. There are souls to be saved. We must live in Christ and Christ must live in us, else we shall preach and labor in vain.

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The misunderstanding of the church

The misunderstanding is serious and costly, but not incurable; the remedy may best be accomplished by identifying and then living out the possibilities of the church as a fellowship, a community of faith and the Spirit.

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Give Thyself unto Reading

If the apostle Paul considered books an important part of his life, should not we take advantage of this inexhaustible source of information and inspiration?

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The Third Angel's Message in Verity

Eric C. Webster uses Ellen White's statement that the third angel's message in verity is righteousness by faith as a springboard to examine various aspects of the message in light of the current emphasis on Christ and His righteousness.

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  Cicada—Symbol of the Minister's Wife?

An ancient tale illustrates the support role a shepherdess usually plays. But is she limited to just one-note chirping?

 

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