Some are worthwhile, some are not; or, at least, some are more worthwhile than others. You will have to be the judge.
“Ministerial Education,” Magnolia Messenger 11.6 (June 1989), 11, 14.
Building on J. W. McGarvey’s article on ministerial education (Lard’s Quarterly, 1865, 239-250), the piece argues for a liberal arts education plus additional theological education for ministers. It is tailored toward the institution at which I taught at the time and is thus contextualized in significant ways. The article cites Lard’s Quarterly as volume 3 but it is volume 2.
“Tertullian, Gospel Advocate 130.10 (October 1, 1988), 51.
Tertullian is the fountainhead of Western theology and vocabulary. This is a very general assessment of his importance at the request of the editor at the time. Why did he ask for Tertullian? I’m not quite sure.
““Are We Saved by Imputed Righteousness? (1) & (2),” Image 2.10 (May 15, 1986), 10, 17 and Image 2.11 (June 1, 1986) 16, 20.
We are justifed by the gracious gift of Christ’s righteousness. We are not saved by our own inherent righteousness, our own “doing” of the law. This piece does not take count of the “New Perspective” on Paul but nevertheless still stresses an important truth.
“The Heritage of Alabama’s Restorer: J. M. Barnes ” Gospel Advocate 128.9 (May, 1, 1986), 276-7.
Justice McDuffee Barnes was a representative of the Tennessee Tradition. Educated under Alexander Campbell at Bethany, he was a pioneer evangelist and educator in south Alabama. He was a frequent contributor to the Gospel Advocate in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
“Peter’s Hypocrisy and Ours, Gospel Advocate 128.8 (April, 17, 1986), 244-5.
When the people of God erect barriers to fellowship that are not soteriologically grounded, they follow Peter into his hypocrisy. This principle still holds true, I think.
“No Private Interpretation,” Sound Doctrine 10.2 (April-December, 1985), 30.
2 Peter 1:20-21 stresses that the prophets of Scripture did not originat their own messages with their own imagination but were sustained by the Spirit.
“Compassion: The Basis of a Wholistic Ministry,” Image 1.9 (October 1, 1985), 18-19.
Matthew roots the ministry of Jesus in his compassion.