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H. O. Olson

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Articles by H. O. Olson

A Look At Revelation 2 and 3 (November 1972)

ALTHOUGH the message of each of the seven letters to the churches has a special application to the period signified by the name, and the symbols used reveal the condition of the church at different periods, each message applies in some degree to every period. In attempting to decide what period is symbolized by each of the churches of this prophecy, I have in mind the time when the element referred to predominated. The period A.D. 100-323 would, therefore, symbolize Smyrna, and A.D. 323-538, Pergamos. . .

A Look At Revelation 2 and 3 (Conclusion) (December 1972)

"These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. . ."

Crusade for a United Church (January 1948)

A committee of sponsors consisting of thirty-two Protestant church laymen has been formed for the purpose of carrying on a crusade for a United Church of America.

Have Faith in the Advent Movement (August 1937)

The meaning of faith in the pioneers of this movement.

Pulpit-Pointers for Preachers (July 1953)

Ministers, Bible instructors, teachers, and writers need to exercise extreme care in selecting sources for needed information. Too often one is tempted to use a statement from an unreliable source because it would require considerable study to verify it or prove it untrue; that is, to ascertain the facts. And it may be something sensational that we believe will have the desired effect, or a statement that will "prove" an assertion we have made.

Sabbath Services Evangelistic Opportunities (March 1957)

Sabbath services afford an opportunity that all too often is not taken advantage of. Is there a way we can present our cardinal doctrines during this part of the service?

The Priestly Application of the Atoning Act * (May 1961)

An examination of certain charges arising from an article under this title by L. E. Froom, in The Ministry, February, 1957.
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