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  • Temperance
  • Section 1—The Philosophy of Intemperance
  • Chapter 2—The Inception of Intemperance
  • Chapter 3—Impairment Through Indulged Appetite
  • Chapter 4—Importance of Christ's Victory Over Appetite
  • Section 2—Alcohol and Society
  • Chapter 2—An Economic Problem
  • Chapter 3—Alcohol and the Home
  • Chapter 4—A Cause of Accidents
  • Chapter 5—A Public-Health Problem
  • Chapter 6—Alcohol and Men in Responsible Positions
  • Section 3—Tobacco
  • Chapter 2—Tobacco's Polluting, Demoralizing Influence
  • Chapter 3—Defiling the Temple of God
  • Chapter 4—An Economic Waste
  • Chapter 5—The Power of Example
  • Section 4—Other Stimulants and Narcotics
  • Chapter 2—Tea and Coffee
  • Chapter 3—Drugs
  • Section 5—Milder Intoxicants
  • Chapter 2—Psychological Effects of Mild Intoxicants
  • Chapter 3—The Intoxicating Effects of Wine and Cider
  • Chapter 4—Wine in the Bible
  • Chapter 5—Christians and the Production of Liquor- Making Products
  • Chapter 6—Temperance and Total Abstinence
  • Section 6—Activating Principles of a Changed Life
  • Chapter 2—Conversion the Secret of Victory
  • Chapter 3—The Will the Key to Success
  • Chapter 4—Enduring Victory
  • Chapter 5—Help for the Tempted
  • Section 7—Rehabilitating the Intemperate
  • Chapter 2—The Temperance Worker
  • Section 8—Our Broad Temperance Platform
  • Chapter 2—The Body the Temple
  • Chapter 3—Temperance and Spirituality
  • Chapter 4—Daniel's Example
  • Chapter 5—The Food on Our Tables
  • Chapter 6—Total Abstinence Our Position
  • Chapter 7—Relation to Church Membership
  • Chapter 8—Seventh-day Adventists Spiritual Leaders
  • Section 9—Laying the Foundation of Intemperance
  • Chapter 2—The Strength of Inherited Tendencies
  • Chapter 3—Formation of Behavior Patterns
  • Chapter 4—Parental Example and Guidance
  • Chapter 5—Teaching Self-Denial and Self-Control
  • Chapter 6—Youth and the Future
  • Section 10—Preventive Measures
  • Chapter 2—Signing the Pledge
  • Chapter 3—Removing the Temptation
  • Chapter 4—Diversion and Harmless Substitutes
  • Chapter 5—The Sense of Moral Obligation
  • Section 11—Our Relationship to Other Temperance Groups
  • Chapter 2—Co-operating With the W.C.T.U.
  • Section 12—The Challenge of the Hour
  • Chapter 1—The Present Situation
  • Chapter 2—Called to the Battle
  • Chapter 3—By Voice—a Part of Our Evangelistic Message
  • Chapter 4—Temperance Education an Objective of Our Medical Work
  • Chapter 5—The Influence of the Pen
  • Chapter 6—The Power of the Vote
  • Chapter 7—The Call to the Harvest
  • Appendices
  • Appendix B Typical Temperance Addresses By Ellen G. White