King's Business - 1918-09

Bible Institute ofLosAngeles (INCORPORATED) LOS ANGELES, CAL IFORN IA , U. S. A . Free Training School for Christian Workers


R. A. Torrey, vice-president Leon V. Shaw, treasurer W illiam Evans J. O. Smith

Lym an Stewart, president J. M. Irvine, secretary T. C. H orton, superintendent H . A. Getz

. N athan Newby

STATEMENT Church as expressed in the Common Creed T he N ecessity of the New B irth. The M aintenance of Good W orks. The Second Coming of Christ. The Im m ortality of the Spirit. The R esurrection of the Body. The Life Everlasting of Believers. The Endless Punishm ent of the Im penitent. The Reality am | Personality of Satan.

DOCTRINAL W e hold to the H istoric Faith of the of Evangelical Christendom and including: The ^Trinity of the Godhead. T he D eity of the Christ. The Personality of the H oly Ghost. The Supernatural and Plenary authority of the H oly Scriptures. T he U nity in D iversity of the Church, the Body andj Bride of Christ. The Substitutionary Atonement.



The In stitu te trains, free of cost, accredited men and women, in the knowledge and use of the Bible. DEPARTMENTS: (1) The In stitu te Classes held daily except on Saturdays and Sundays. (2) Extension w ork. Classes and conferences held in neighboring cities and towns. (3) Evangelistic. M eetings conducted by our evangelists. (4) Spanish W ork. Personal w ork among Spanish speaking people. (5) Shop W ork. R egular services in shops and factories. (6) Jewish Evangelism . Personal w ork among the H ebrews and mission for Jews. (7) Bible W omen. H ouse-to-house visitation and neighborhood classes. (8) O il Fields. A mission to men on the oil fields. (9) Books and T racts. Sale and distribution of selected books and tracts. (10) H arbor W ork. F o r seam an at Los Angeles harbor. (11) The Biola H all. Daily noon m eetings for men in the down-town district, w ith free reading-room privileges. Evangelistic service every evening. (12) P rin t Shop. F o r printing Testam ents, bopks, tracts, etc. A complete establish­ m ent, profits going 'to free distribution of religious literature.

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