SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS have a long-standing interest and imperative in medicine as an expression and tool of religious thought and action. The ideals, purposes, and practices of religion in medicine and medicine in religious life have long been a part of our history. Today we find in all religious bodies a renewed, expanded, and vigorous resurgence of interest and demand for religionists and medical practitioners to unite in meeting the dilemma of the whole man as he faces future shock. . .