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in sight of the place of meeting I
saw the brethren dispersing. How-
> ovw they-metr again in-tire evwihrg
for business; also' I enjoyed a
pleasant meeting with them on
; Lord’s day. I was happy to meet
I with old Bro. Charles Wright, of
Dayton, with whom I had formed
an acquaintance at Amity, Oregon/
a couple of years ago; also Bro. 1.
|N. Richardson, with whom I had
^corresponded for several years, and
was anxious to meet with; also
Ppro. Malona, of Dayton, another
Mho nf uui piimuhiiig biLll-Rlir
Among those not preaching breth
wen I met with Bro. J. B. Redford,
■¡hairman of the Evangelizing
■nan in the right place; also Bro
Marquiss, in Ivfiose^pTeasant family
■ spent the most of my time, and
plan and harmony in his works.
3. He is love because he cares
OOMDUL‘TBB BF PROF J. DUgflTC
lor the works of his hands.
—A R m a tt er luj wi rtgfl.. T O T—TT>1«.. fleWLrlrn'onF —4. U h iy JlWtlt'ii, because her re-
should be addressed to Prof. J. Durham, Col
wards the well doer and punishes
lege Ci|y, California.
the evil-doer, (a) In this life we
Questions and Answers.
do in very many cases see the evil
doer prosper and not punished for
During our meeting at Elk Creek
his conduct. (6) The Scriptures
in May, one evening after meeting
furnish the only account of heaven,
we were requested to repeat the
angels and spirits, and constantly
sermon of the evening for the bene
keep up a distinction between the
fit of a young lady who was not
-axil-doe r sa nd- the righteous;-
5. (a) All these attrihntps nannnt
belong to an idea, a nonentity, or
What is change of heart. 2. The
anything that has no personality,
object. 3. The how it is accom
(h) The Scriptures repeatedly speak
•She noted down the
of God as seeing, hearing and
various Scriptures used as proof
texts, and when they were quoted
said th^y wcnratl figl MT Xut sax! exh.bit3 de9.gn (fr) Th^e
exhibits design. (6) There can be
also she wished to ask me a few
__ - Jta.e must be. parents. ...
3. They were created adults, or
ave had to have reared
IV.—1. God has established laws
of nature of which we know but
very little. We do not know
whether a law of nature was sus
pended or broken.
2. We may overcome the laws of
nature for a time by a magnet or
uhftJMfinLpjwa-e n iy r bb tliu
3. We conclude that all the forces
of nature are moved by mind. A
boy throws upward a ball. Sup
pose/ a strong
I would move the boy instead of the
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4. The evidence in regard to
Christ rests on testimony, and not................
"377“mere can be no designer without on what we know about the laws ’__
of her ideas of religion, I
. , , ~ rrt,
frother, and Bro. Cyrus and others. some
.. . . mind. (d)--The mind that designs’ of nature. We know the alphabet
her to place the questions in
■These are good, earnest workers, asked
the only by faith and testimony.------ -------- ■---- —
■nd are determined on success, and writing, which she did in a few thing designed.
V. — 1. We do not suppose
■ertainly success will crown their minutes. Through the assistance
II. The Authority of the Scrip miracles are the violations of any
Efforts. They all ring like good of Bro. R. H. Boyles, who lives tures... ......
law, but rather the utilizing of—__ _l_z
ftaetal, and certainly will stand the | there, we. prepared the answers and
1. It was inspired. “ God who laws that belong to the Great Law
Eery darts of the enemy. Many I I presented them to the lady, who, at different "times and in various I Giver.
ftifficulties lie in the way ; but 1 am [by the way, is a good scholar and manners spoke in time past to the
2. All that We _ call
__ _UTOivlD is
ftertain they will surmount all Successful, teacher. The result was
Kmculties.7’T~was very favorably] • aï - soon as »he “Trad thoroughly last ..days spoken unto us by-his w know all about it. Much of
■»pressed with the ardent Christian studied the questions and -answers Son.” Heb. 1:1.
what we call knowledge may be
Beal manifested in the appearance and we had had some conversation
2. The inspiration was inplenary proven to be false in the course of
ftf Bro. I. N. Richardson, whose on them and a few kindred topics,
or in true words. ” (a) The physical time.
■bor during several years has been she obeyed the gospel at the first
VI. —1. Christ was equal to God,
world is governed by physical law.
fti the Umatilla county, where he opportunity. I have been solicited
(6) The animal creation is governed as the Son is equal to the Father,
Bas done much good, and certainly by a number to present the ques
by the medium which we call in not one in person but one in pur-
Megood brethren of Columbia tions and answers for publication,
stinct and if it seems to exhibit] PQSe;... greau....™.......................................... ...
Munty will find him an inipor.taut.J. which are as follows :
reason it is yet subject to instinct. er; in Divinity and purpose they
ctor in safe counsel as well as
(¿) Man the highest order of created I are one.
1. Is God a personal being ?
>und gospel preaching, and I hope
2. Christ the Logos, represented
intelligence receives all his knowl
2. The authority of the Scrip
ley will remember that they that
edge through the iMpressions of na I in the flesh. (Jno. 1). He was
reach the gospel should meet their tures, was it literally inspired, or
ture and the Expressions of words, the chosen of the Father and the
Jarty support in temporal things was the inspiration affected by the
hence Expressions of inspiration to sent.
medium ? (¿. e., did man modify
well as spiritual.
VII. 1. God does not change
satisfy the demands of his nature
On account of some sickness in it)-
must be plenary, (d) " Now we his laws to suit the needs of special
3. Are such accounts as the birth
e vicinity and other causes we
have received not the spirit of the individuals. In answering prayer
id a rather small attendance. But of Adam and Eve figurative or
world, but the spirit which is of it is not necessary that any law be
B hope for better times in the near literal ?
God, that we might know the I suspended.
ture. More anon.
4. God has established laws of things which are freely given to us I 2. God instituted prayer and fie
T. M. M organ .
nature. Are they ever broken as of God, which things we also spe,ak, would not institute a relation be
in the case of the birth of Christ ? not in the words which man’s wis tween himself and man so that he
¡The corner-stone of the Union
5. Are miracles the violations of
w°pld have to suspend or ehange----
mgregational Church of East New these laws of nature, or but the dom teaches, but in the words I a law in order to answer man’s
which the Holy Spirit teaches,
brk was laid last week. The utilizing of bidden laws ?
bequests. Parents do not set aside
comparing spiritual things with any law belonging to the organiza
prch was organized in April of
6. Was Christ a chosen inspired
b present year, with a member- instrument of God, or God himself? spiritual.” 1 Cor. 2: 12, 3. “How tion of the family to answer the
beit when be the spirit of truth requests of a child.
ip of thirty-eight. The church
7. Does God change his laws to is come, he will guide you into all
3. If God should answer a prayer
11 be a plain building, and when suit the needs of special individu
offered for rain, he would form rain
^ipleted will cost about $3,000. als ? If not what is the use of truth; for he shall not speak of according to the law for its forma
himself; but whatsoever he shall tion.
¡e church has grown to a mem- prayer ?
hear, that shall he speak ; and he
4. As to how God answers prayer
tahip of fifty-six, and a Sunday-
_d° not know Aow, any more
fool having one hundred and
I. God is a personal being be J no. 1G : 13, and Heb. 2 : 3, 4. To than thousands of other Hows that
occur in nature’s wondera......
whom revealed. Eph. 3 : 1-7.
5. God does not promise to an
Che First Baptist Church, Sing . 1. I see his power displayed in
III. The account of the creation
swer every prayer that is offered.
g, N. Y., is ninety-three years his works.
of Adam and Eve is literal.
6. 1 ray er ifiust be in accordance
• 2. He is wisdom because I see a
1. Scriptures say they were with the will of God,
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