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The Story of Our Health Message -- Study Guide

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    “Variant Views Arise” (284-300)

    1. The 1901 Adventist Church Directory listed in addition to a sanitarium at Battle Creek, Michigan, sanitariums in what eight other states? (284)

    SHM-SG 31.1

    2. The first overseas medical work was carried on by those who sailed on our first missionary ship _________________________ in October, __________________. On the second voyage Dr. __________________ sailed on the boat and located on the island of __________________. Other doctors later sailed to __________________, and in 1894 Dr. __________________ went to Guadalajara, __________________. (284, 285)SHM-SG 31.2

    3. List some of the other countries that early participated in the medical missionary program of the church. (285, 286)SHM-SG 31.3

    4. Under the auspices of the International Medical Missionary and Benevolent Association, the Haskell Memorial Home and the James White Memorial Home were operated for __________________ and __________________. (286)SHM-SG 31.4

    5. Spirit of Prophecy counsel urged that unity was to be maintained between the medical missionary work and the gospel ministry, on the one hand by the ministry who should ____________________________________ and on the other hand by the medical workers who should ___________________________________________________. (286)SHM-SG 31.5

    6. Ellen White sent a special message to the General Conference of 1897 emphasizing a failure on the part of the ________________________________ to follow health principles. (287) In concluding her appeal to all church members she said: “God calls for __________________ in our churches. Satan is playing the __________________ of life for every soul. He is seeking to __________________ humanity whom God __________________. But when the __________________ is held under the control of an intelligent God-fearing __________________ there will be a cultivation of pure spiritual __________________.” (289)SHM-SG 31.6

    7. At the 1899 General Conference Session a message was received from Mrs. White warning against extremes by the medical branch of the church: “As new __________________ are entered upon there is a __________________ to make some one line all-__________________; that which should have the __________________ place becomes a __________________ consideration.” (291) She also cautioned regarding work for the derelicts: “The work of seeking the __________________ is important, but it is not to become the __________________ of our mission.” (292)SHM-SG 31.7

    8. In defending the gospel ministry she continued: “There must be no __________________ of the gospel ministry. . . . The __________________ of all work is the ministry and its various lines, and it should be kept before the __________________ that there is no work more __________________ of God than of the gospel ___________________________.” (292)SHM-SG 32.1

    9. The first evidence of separation from the Adventist Church by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg is found in his substituting “International” for Seventh-day Adventist in the name of the medical organization. He explained this later: “The _________________________ Medical Missionary and Benevolent Association is a unique __________________ in the fact that it is, as far as we know at least, the only association which has undertaken to organize and carry forward medical and __________________ work __________________ of any __________________ or __________________ control, in home and foreign lands.” (293)SHM-SG 32.2

    10. Another evidence of separation came at the opening of the American Medical Missionary College in 1895. Dr. Kellogg stated, “This is not a __________________ school. __________________ doctrines are not to be taught in this medical school. . . . It is not to be either a __________________ or a __________________ or a __________________ or any other sectarian school, but a __________________ medical college.” (294) Ellen White responded, emphasizing that “the __________________ people of God” were to “__________________ His name by proclaiming the last message of __________________” and “by being __________________ of the __________________ for this time.” (295)SHM-SG 32.3

    11. Mrs. White had further counsel: “If admitting to your classes those not of our __________________ will lead to silence on the great __________________ that concern our present and eternal good—themes that should ever be kept before the __________________—let them not be __________________.” (296)SHM-SG 32.4

    12. As Dr. Kellogg repeatedly declared the medical work to be undenominational, Ellen White objected: “It has been stated that the Battle Creek Sanitarium is not _____________________. But if ever an institution was __________________ to be ________________________ in every sense of the word, this __________________ was. . . . We are not to take pains to declare that the __________________ Sanitarium is not a __________________ institution, for this it certainly is.” (298)SHM-SG 32.5

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