Articles by Irwin H. Evans
The passing of the years has brought great advancement in the education of the masses in America.
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.
What's in it? How is it different? Is it better?
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.
Extraordinary efforts must be made to counteract the pressure of the world.
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.
There may be many chosen of God, living up to all the light they have, who are accepted of the Lord and will receive life eternal through their faith in Jesus Christ, but who do not belong to the church corporate of which we speak.
Nearly all doctrines and teachings are judged by their fruits in the lives of those who accept them, and their effect upon the actions.
Prevailing prayer must often be learned in the school of discipline and suffering.
Temperance is more than a political concern. It is a moral issue.
The supreme need of the church today is the divine presence of the Holy Spirit; but it will come only through much prayer.
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