Mansell, D. E. - Ministry Magazine Advertisement - Ministry in Motion 728x90
  english / français

D. E. Mansell

← Browse by author's last name: M


Articles by D. E. Mansell

Comments on Baptism From Portuguese Sources (January 1958)

A problem that confronts all progressive Seventh-day Adventist churches is to be­come acquainted with the stranger that is within our midst.

The Office and Ministry of the Angel Gabriel: Concluded (June 1962)

The preceding section of this study we examined the information available con­cerning Gabriel as set forth in the Bible and the writings of Ellen G. White, with special attention to Gabriel's re­lationship to Christ's earthly life. We now proceed to examine some of Gabriel's other relationships.

The Office and Ministry of the Angel Gabriel: Part 1 (May 1962)

The Scriptures and the Spirit of Prophecy frequently mention angels and their ministration on behalf of "them who shall be heirs of salvation" (Heb. 1:14). Only rarely, however, are the names of these celestial beings given. As a matter of fact, in so far as the inspired sources of information are con­cerned, only three are mentioned by name. They are, Michael, Lucifer, and Gabriel.

What Adventists Have Taught on ARMAGEDDON and the KING of the NORTH (Part II) (December 1967)

A continuing look at the historical views held in our church.

What Adventists have Taught on Armageddon (November 1967)

A topic of perennial interest to bible students.

Walter Martin and the Nature of Man* (April 1961)

Conclusion of an unsolicited article in answer to Walter Martin's criticisms of Seventh-day Adventist belief on the doctrine of the nature of man.

Walter Martin and the Nature of Man: Part 1 (March 1961)

An unsolicited reply to statements in the book The Truth About Seventh-day Adventism on the nature of man.

Thoughts on Colossians 2:14-17 (December 1971)

THE objection is sometimes raised by those who do not wish to keep the seventh-day Sabbath that this passage teaches that the Sabbath was nailed to the cross and that, therefore, Sabbath-keeping is no longer binding upon Christians. . .
back to top