Articles by C. Mervyn Maxwell
1888 Re-examined: 1888-1988, the Story of a Century of Confrontation Between God and His People (February 1988)
Revised by the original authors, Robert J. Wieland and Donald K. Short, The 1888 Message Study Committee, 2067 Combie Road, Meadow Vista, California 95722, 1987, 213 pages, $7, paper.
God calls us to clear the decks for action in the one area that really matters.
* This article was read to the students of Union College at a chapel service, and is submitted to the MINISTRY on the recommendation of the college music faculty.
*This article was read to the students of Union College at a chapel service and is submitted to the MINISTRY on the recommendation of the college music faculty.
1. They Loved Jesus
The Bible description of the destruction of Korah, Dathan, Abiram and their families puzzled the author for many years until he learned that "the sons of Korah died not."
Anabaptists thought the Sabbath well worth dying for. Thanks to them we think the Sabbath worth living for.
While we do not have transcripts of Jones's and Waggoner's talks at that fateful session, we have an impeccable source for the message of righteousness by faith they were to deliver.