One of our ongoing projects here at the Heritage Research Center is the digitization of Prophetic Charts. A Prophetic Chart explains the fulfilled and unfulfilled prophecies of Daniel, Revelation and Matthew 24. Below is an example of a few of the charts from the Review and Herald series drawn by R. Eldride, dated 1941.
On February 28, 2013, Loma Linda University was given a wonderful book to be added to our History of Medicine collection. The book, shown here, is:
Wesley, John, 1793-1791. Primitive Physic: or An Easy and Natural Method of Curing Most Diseases. (Philadelphia: Printed by Prichard & Hall, in Market-Street, and sold by John Dickins, in Fourth Street, near Race Street, MDCC.LXXXIX. . 21st. ed., Edited for an American audience and published by the Methodist Episcopal Church.
John Wesley was an Anglican cleric and theologian. He, along with his brother Charles Wesley, are credited with founding the Methodist movement.
After a hiatus of a year and a half due to the Center’s remodel construction, we are once again able to have our annual book sale. The sale runs through this week – March 4 through 8, 2013. The hours of the sale are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 to noon on Friday the 8th.
This is probably our largest sale, so don’t worry about others having scooped up all the great finds. In many cases there are multiple copies of sought-after titles.
We hope to see you soon!