Search to See

Our book in review is entitled Search to See by Alvin Johnson
Our author's desire was to write a book using poetry (i.e. a poetic form) in such a way as to provoke curiosity and a greater interest in the Bible and finally to promote Bible study.  He hoped that others would "Search to See" whether or not these things are true by searching the Scriptures.

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Names of Christ in Paul's Post-Acts Epistles

By Oscar M. Baker

Around 1920, a man by the name of Clinton Howard, wrote an article on the names of Christ. He got up to 304, then in Isaiah 9:6 he found 5 more and added them to his list and so he got 309 names and titles for Christ. This was spurred on by a Mohammedan who was showing him his string of beads. There were 99 beads on it, and each one stood for a name of Allah, his god, as found in the Koran, the bible of the Mohammedans. Mr. Howard's search produced approximately 3 times 99 and 9 over the 99 that the Mohammedan had of his god. So I thought I'd just take a look and see what names and titles I could find of Christ in Paul's Post Acts Epistles. I found 22, and so out of the 309 are found written after Acts 28:28. It's a good idea to look at these, and see the significance of each.

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The Word of Truth for Today 27

By Joseph L. Watkins

Yes, the Word of Truth for Today, that is our goal in these papers; always that great message out of God that He has given to the saints of God with this age in view concerning "HIS CALLING" today. That one Word of Truth that can and does make known the Divine Purpose of this Age; even the first goal of all creation, that one goal that is as it has always been, and as it will always be,

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En Tois Epouranios

By Michael S. Mecikalski

This descriptive Greek phrase used by the Holy Spirit through the "instrument" of the Apostle Paul, is found only five times throughout ALL the New Testament Scriptures; ALL occurrences are found ONLY in the epistle of Ephesians. This fact alone should prompt any serious, mature son of God to immediately take notice.

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