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Bible Handbook

By S. N. Haskell

S. N. Haskell was an evangelist, missionary, teacher, and Adventist Church leader. At the age of 20, in 1853, while working as a self-supporting preacher, he and his wife, Mary, accepted the Sabbath message. He was ordained as a Seventh-day Adventist minister in 1868, and in 1870 became the first president of the New England Conference. He and his wife established the Tract and Missionary Society, which was organized throughout the church from 1870 to 1889. He also served as president of the California and Maine conferences, and founded the South Lancaster Academy, which later became Atlantic Union College. From 1889 – 1891, he traveled around the globe to evaluate mission opportunities.

At Ellen White’s suggestion, Haskell moved from preaching to teaching, establishing the Bible Training School. The launching of the little Bible Handbook was his response to many requests from friends

The Bible Handbook is not an exhaustive study: but it contains key texts on many important lines of thought. The “cream” of the Bible studies from 17 years of operating the Bible Training School is presented in this little book, and other Bible studies not previously printed are also included.

To conserve space, texts are simply listed under the headings of the topics. In many of the Bible studies, reference is given to the works of Mrs. E.G. White. These references give additional light upon the subjects under consideration.

The Bible Handbook contains over 220 Bible studies and groups of texts. Its purpose is to be an aid in becoming better acquainted with the Book of all books, and in becoming more effective soul winners for Christ.

At only 3.5” x 6” it is easy to carry this little book with your Bible, in your briefcase or purse, and have it available when you need it. Topics are well indexed at the back. Paper, 192 pages.


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