Servants' News

Mar/Apr 2000


Partial Literature List

All items are free upon request. All back issues of Servants’ News are available as well as a Complete Literature List.

New Items Available for the First Time:

Basic Literature:

Are You Ready for Rome’s Challenge? edited by Alan Ruth, 20 pages. Covers Catholic Mirror articles showing the Bible does not teach Sunday worship, but the Catholic Church commands it.

Mature Literature:

Ambassador Report Index by Byron Sanders. Gives a brief description of the content of each of the 69 Ambassador Report issues. A sometimes helpful reference tool when questions arise about the past.

Lessons from Gideon by Kathy Puliafico, 10 pages. Historical background of Gideon with lessons derived for our time.

Scattered Brethren Contact List, 8 pages, year 2000 version. Contains all the cities where our subscribers live and gives directions on how you can write to them.

Items Featured This Issue (Always available):

Basic Literature:

Barnabas Bookmark Bunch by Alan Ruth, 3 bookmarks. Three 2-sided bookmarks covering Bible basics, Plan of Salvation & Words of Comfort, and World Wide Web resources. Excellent to keep, carry or give away.

The Bible Sabbath: Seventh Day or First Day? (From the Bible Sabbath Association) 2 pages. Basic Sabbath tract.

CEM Correspondence Course by Ron Dart, 8 pages. First lesson of a 9-lesson free course.

Christian Bible Study Guide by F. Paul Haney, 4 pages. An overview of Bible study and 77 points to consider.

Does the Bible Permit Christians to Eat “Unclean” Meat in New Testament Times? by Steven M Collins. 14 pages.

God, I’ve Got a Problem edited by Jerry Laws, 54 pages. Bible help for the depressed, tempted, guilty, worried, lonely, afraid, bored, disappointed, bitter, doubtful, proud and dying.

Hebrew Holy Day Calendar (Business card size) Gives the traditional Hebrew dates for Biblical Feasts.

How Not To Be Caught in Cults by Charles Dorothy, 32 pages. Easy to read, illustrated booklet explaining the characteristics of controlling cults. Does not discuss doctrine.

The Mysterious 7-Day Cycle by Ken Westby, 24 pages. Plants, Animals and man have biological 7-day cycles. The 7-day week is an organic function, not a man-made creation.

The Reason for the Season by Pam Dewey, 14 pages. Historic and Biblical analysis of Christmas customs.

Statement of Beliefs? by Norman Edwards, 2 pages. Explains why we do not have a more extensive statement of beliefs.

The Resurrection of Christ—Is It a Fact? by Don Hudgel. 2 page tract for those skeptical of the Bible & resurrection.

What Is Christian Religion? by Norman S. Edwards, 2 page tract. Introduction to the Bible—shows religion is living by the Bible and Holy Spirit, not joining an organization.

Why Do You Observe Sunday? edited by Tom Justus, originally by Herbert Armstrong. 16-page 9"x4" booklet.

Highly Recommended Items Listed Every Issue:

Mature Literature:

Assembling on the Sabbath by Norman S. Edwards, 16 pages. An exposition of the scriptures regarding our need to fellowship on the Sabbath and how to do it.

Biblical Calendar Basics by Norman S. Edwards, 10 pages. Introduction to the issues about the Biblical and Hebrew calendars (beginning of months, years, postponements etc.)

Did Christ Reorganize the Church? by Herbert Armstrong in 1939, 8 pages. Very different than his later approach: Christ never set up a hierarchical government.

How Do We Give to the Eternal? by Richard Tafoya & Norman Edwards, 36 pages. Biblical study of giving and tithing.

How Does the Eternal Govern Through Humans? by Norman S. Edwards, 34 pages. How the KJV translators altered Scriptures about government to please King James and an analysis of what the Bible says about how we should govern in today’s congregations.

The Worldwide Church of God Splits: Their Triumphs and Troubles by Alan Ruth, 56 pages. Facts and analysis of the last 20 years of “Church of God” history.

Study Resources and Information

Freedom Biblical Information Center Catalog by Wayne Schatzle, 12 pages. Free, mostly Sabbatarian literature & tapes sources.

Giving and Sharing Order Form by Richard Nickels, 3 pages. Has many excellent free items, low prices on hard-to-find religious books, and fine literature on floppy disk.

The Journal: News of the Churches of God edited by Dixon Cartwright. One free sample issue. Best single source of news about Sabbath-keeping groups. 16 pages.

Servants’ News Statement of Receipts and Expenses, 2 pages.

Servants’ News Complete Literature List & Index, 36 pages.

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