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“Almost 40 years ago [1930’s] the editor of the Review and Herald at that time, Francis McClellan Wilcox, spoke of the situation in Adventism as it had built up during the years of the church’s history. Elder Wilcox maintained that Satan endeavors to draw away God's people from allegiance to Him by various subtle maneuvers. Some of the subtleties that were listed included the corruption of the simplicity of one's faith, the menace of false standards that switched the emphasis in Christian experience, the lowering of standards as related to proper Sabbath observers, the careless attitude of many who have drifted into the area of worldly amusements and entertainment, the poor example set by the ministry before the people, the breakdown of the home life, the loss of the sanctity of marriage, the dire threat of worldly education bringing about startling transformations in the Adventist school system, the intrusion of the so-called liberal and broad minded attitude among God's people, and the attempt to minimize the effectiveness of God's final message to the world through his church.” (Carl Anderson, Crises in SDA Education, p.13)

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