Series: The Spiritual Sword

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The Spiritual Sword 10.1 (October 1978): Instrumental Music in Worship is Sinful by Alan E. Highers10.1
The Spiritual Sword 19.2 (January 1988): Some Thoughts on Building the Right Image by Alan E. Highers19.2
The Spiritual Sword 24.2 (January 1993): Worship in Spirit and Truth by Alan E. Highers24.2
The Spiritual Sword 38.4 (July 2007): Issues Facing the Church by Alan E. Highers38.4
The Spiritual Sword 39.1 (October 2007): Questions You Have Asked by Alan E. Highers39.1
The Spiritual Sword 39.2 (January 2008): Give Us a King by Alan E. Highers39.2
The Spiritual Sword 39.3 (April 2008): Daily Christian Living by Alan E. Highers39.3
The Spiritual Sword 40.3 (April 2009): What Is Happening to Us? by Alan E. Highers40.3
The Spiritual Sword 41.2 (January 2010): How a Church Changes by Alan E. Highers41.2
The Spiritual Sword 41.3 (April 2010): Marriage for Life by Alan E. Highers41.3
The Spiritual Sword 41.4 (July 2010): A Handy Guide to Biblical Morality by Alan E. Highers41.4

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The Spiritual Sword is a popular-level journal written by conservative members of the churches of Christ. Published four times yearly by the Getwell church of Christ (Memphis, Tenn.), The Spiritual Sword takes a stance for traditional doctrine, methods, and conclusions.


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