Articles by E.D. Dick
The Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, at Washington, D.C., will conduct a guided study tour through Europe and the Bible lands from June to August, 1957.
Whether our responsibility centers in the local church or in general administrative work in any capacity, as leaders in the cause of God we need to be reminded often of the spiritual objectives that are before us and our believers, and need to have a knowledge of how these are attained.
Should one question the effectiveness of the promotion of the Reading Course plan in our ranks through the years, let him be convinced by the following letter written by a native teacher, Moses Kalunga, and appearing in the Malarnulo Tidings, a mission sheet issued by our Southeast African Mission, Malamulo, Nyasaland.
In this article we tell you something of the Seminary, its purposes, its program, and its personnel.
The Scriptural admonition to "lengthen thy cords, and strengthen thy stakes" is wise counsel for every branch of the Lord's work in these last days. Particularly fitting is this for our Theological Seminary, the capstone of our denomination's educational structure.
A heart to heart talk from General Conference leadership.
Q. Can we maintain our church standards through church legislation?
The spirit of nationalism is contrary to the broad principles of the gospel.
What are the qualifications for foreign missionaries?
Address at opening of Theological Seminary summer session. June 1. at Washington. D.C.
our schools are the best places in all the world for our Adventist youth in preparation for life's great issues and responsibilities.