Articles by M.L. Andreasen
A round table discussion on sermon.
Do we prioritize theology or practical living?
In a certain sense a minister selects his own congregation
The Father is the author of the atonement.
In article No. 1, Professor Andreasen set forth several guiding principles which show how our editors and periodicals may be defenders of the faith. Near the close, he pointed out certain landmarks which all workers would do well to keep in mind. Those discussed were, maintaining true Fundamentalism, and the right use of the Testimonies. He continues with the next point, on the doctrine of creation.
A devotional study from the morning of August 25.
A study of the sanctuary and the sacrificial system as containing the gospel in embryo.
Which kind was worn on the Day of Atonement?
A call to preparation for the coming climax
When peace does come, what may we expect? Who will sit at the peace table ? Who will have the determining influence? What about the outcome?
A local church or a denomination may find the mortality among its young people out of all proportions. It is of little use to apply remedies until the causes are discovered.
Portion of devotional study, Autumn Council, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October, 1946.
The standard of truth is to be uplifted, and the atonement of Christ presented as the grand, central theme for consideration. —"Testimonies," Vol. VIII, p. 77.
The cross is central in the atonement and must ever so remain. Any theory that makes the cross a demonstration only, falls short of the reality.
There are times when arguments must be met squarely, but I do not believe it is our duty, or that it is wise, to combat every erroneous idea at the time it is set forth.
The Blue Ridge resolution.
Did Christ confine His public teaching to general statements concerning goodness, virtue, and repentance, or did He also definitely teach doctrine?
I may be well to consider just here some of the things that have been written through the special gift of God for the edification of His people at this time.
The word "theology" means the "science of God." In general usage it includes not only a study of God as such, but also a study of His relations to His creatures and to the universe.
Articles on inspiration, counsel, and caution.