Articles by Theodore R. Flaiz
Presentation at Boulder Medical Council, April, 1949.
Analysis of Adventist Health Emphasis
"I shall be glad to hear from those who are able to contribute to this discussion from the standpoint either of the doctor or of the chaplain."
"More and more as time goes on the place of the College of Medical Evangelists in our denomination is coming into focus."
How the future of medical missions in jeopardy.
There are certain health considerations of more immediate concern to us than others. Generally speaking, the more important causes of death might be classified under three principal groups: (1) acute and contagious or infectious diseases, (2) cancer, (3) cardiovascular diseases.
Presentation at morning devotional hour, Southern Asia Division committee meeting, Poona, India, December, 1945.
Recently I attended a convention and rally held by the Minnesota United Temperance Organization in Rochester, Minnesota. Meetings were held in the various churches of the city.
The perils and challenges confronting our work in China.
Somewhere between the two extremes of attitude toward health instruction by our ministers there is a happy and safe middle of the road.
"Entirely unique in the field of denominational organization are Seventh-day Adventists."