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Articles by W. H. Anderson

A Veteran Missionary Answers Questions—No. 1 (August 1935)

Suppose a young man is born in a land where the Bible is in every home. He grows up under the shadow of church steeples. When he goes out to another land where they do not know about Jesus, or God, or the Bible, how can he make the most favorable contact? What is the better method of approach, to avoid stumbling along the way?

Bible Instructor Training School (July 1943)

A report from South Africa.

Bible Instructors and Baptism (October 1946)

A baptismal service should be a solemn oc­casion—an occasion of great joy and satis­faction to those who participate in it.

Frontier Evangelistic Methods (April 1940)

A report from Southern Rhodesia.

Missing Link in B.I. Training (July 1949)

A bible instructor must be trained. Theory is not enough. She must learn by experi­ence and by observation of others' ex­perience.

Missionary Problems Considered (October 1933)

Various questions on missions answered.

Missionary Questions Answered (January 1935)

Suppose a young man is born in a land where the Bible is in every home. He grows up under the shadow of church steeples. When he goes out to another land where they do not know about Jesus, or God, or the Bible, how can he make the most favorable contact?

PASTOR: Social Life of the Church (June 1952)

"The church needs social functions occasionally in order that the members may become better acquainted and genuinely interested in one another."

Veteran Missionary Answers Questions (September 1935)

To what extent do you attempt to compass our fundamental doctrines in dealing with natives?

BIBLE INSTRUCTOR COUNCIL: Who Is Israel? (February 1950)

An in-depth study on the term "Israel"

Work Among African Natives (July 1946)

The challenge of a world task.
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