Arthur D. Canales,

Arthur D. Canales, D. Min., is associate professor of theology and ministry at Silver Lake College, in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States.

Maintaining a High Musical Standard

The legitimate gospel song has been debased by many gospel song revivalists.

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Air-Conditioned Sermons

The apostle Paul prophesied of a time coming when men would not "endure sound doctrine," but rather would have "itching ears," desiring to listen to "smooth things" which please the ear and conform to the practices of the carnal heart.

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The Minister's Helpmeet

From a pastor's wife.

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Creating Effective Gospel Posters

Suppose we turn the hands of time back to when I was in the Navy operating a silk-screen process shop for Uncle Sam to use in the grim process of war.

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Religion in a Scientific World (Part 2)

PART 1 OF THIS series reviewed the shock that rocked the Christian world when scientific discovery began to challenge the Ptolemaic world view, which conceived of the universe as geocentric. The church had placed itself in an untenable position by officially prohibiting the teaching that the earth moved about the sun. . .

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Religion in a Scientific World (Part 1)

ON THE 6th of May, 1962, the Christian world was somewhat taken aback to hear the capsule-sized Communist cosmonaut, Gherman Stepanovich Titov, arrogantly inform a Sabbath news conference held at the Seattle World's Fair that "In my travels around the earth I saw no God or angels.". . .

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Overcoming ministry mediocrity: three steps to a wholesome ministry

Pastors, like athletes, occasionally find themselves in a rut. Here are some suggestions to get out of that rut and recover a vibrant ministry.

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