M.E. Clark

M. E. Clark is professor of theoretical and applied mechanics and bioengineering in the College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

Systematic Improvement of Our Ministry

The passing of the years has brought great advancement in the education of the masses in America.

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An Imperative Investment

The General Conference in open session and in three consecutive Autumn Councils has recommended that the denomination establish a Theological Seminary where our younger ministers may be offered opportunity for advanced study in Biblical languages, Biblical interpretation, Biblical archeology, homiletics, evangelism, and related topics.

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The New Church Hymnal

What's in it? How is it different? Is it better?

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Science and Religion: Fetal Circulation—Design or Happenstance?

A look at the complex system involved provides a basis for evaluation.

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Real Students of the Word

We as a people contend for a thorough study of the Holy Scriptures, and n our chosen field we need careful Biblical-language preparation for deeper study and research.

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Persevering, Prevailing Prayer

Prevailing prayer must often be learned in the school of discipline and suffering.

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Wesley's Remarkable Mother

Few fields of reading offer greater general information and wider knowledge of world-wide movements than biography, es­pecially the biography of the leaders of re­ligious thought.

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Responsibility for Shepherding the Flock

Extraordinary efforts must be made to counteract the pressure of the world.

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A Change in Association Leadership

Elder Evans Succeeds Elder Daniells

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Our Relation to Christian Temperance

Temperance is more than a political concern. It is a moral issue.

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