Articles by Richard Hammill
"The Sabbath or the Lord's Day?": A Discussion of Walter Martin's Comments Relative to the Sabbath and the Lord's Day—Part 2 (October 1960)
A Discussion of Walter Martin's Comments Relative to the Sabbath and the Lord's Day
A Discussion of Walter Martin's Comments Relative to the Sabbath and the Lord's Day - Part 1 (September 1960)
IN HIS book The Truth About Seventh-day Adventism Walter R. Martin attempts to show that the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church concerning the binding obligation upon Christians to observe the seventh-day Sabbath are without Biblical foundation. It is our purpose here to examine the arguments that he puts forth in chapter six.
FOR approximately 25 years the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary has been an associate member of the American Association of Theological Schools. We have never applied for full membership in this association, because fully accredited members must have most of their students enrolled in a Bachelor of Divinity program. Moreover, the association has never accredited until now programs that require the students to study the year round with out giving them the summer free for rest or change. . .
"The inner witness of the Spirit to a man's mind that his trangressions are forgiven and his sins are covered, and that the Lord imputes no iniquity to him is the greatest blessing that life can bring to an earth-bound mortal." So says Dr. Hammill in this study of four vital Bible words translated transgression, sin, iniquity, self-deception.
Sometimes it is necessary for missionaries and those who are visiting our overseas divisions to preach through the medium of translators.
Primary Anti-Sabbatarian Texts: A Discussion of Walter Martin's Comments Relative to the Sabbath and the Lord's Day—Concluded (December 1960)
A Discussion of Walter Martin's Comments Relative to the Sabbath and the Lord's Day - Concluded
The topic of spiritual gifts has been receiving increased attention by many churches as they seek to help members in Christian service. Yet we tend to be selective in the gifts we recognize. The Scriptures seem to indicate that we can expect all the gifts to remain in the church until the need for them is swallowed up in eternity.
Perhaps the SDA Theological Seminary will be one of the instruments of effecting revival and reformation.
What is God's real name?