12_The True Remnant Church (Dr.Leslie Hardinge – Revelation Series)



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Leslie Hardinge was born in Calcutta, India, and was educated in England and America. He received his undergraduate degree from La Sierra University, Riverside, California, and then went on to earn three advanced degrees at the Adventist Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. and finally his Ph.D. degree from the University of London in 1964. During a hiatus from teaching from 1973 to 1977 he came to southern California to pastor the Glendale City church and then his focus returned to education when he became president of Adventist University of the Philippines (formerly Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Far East). At AUP he planned and built a library for the seminary and dedicated his personal library of almost 1,000 books to it. Probably best known for producing audio tapes for the weekly Sabbath School lesson, a favorite of Sabbath School class teachers in many countries for some 28 years, Hardinge’s teachings were distributed by The Spoken Word. An authority on the Israelite Sanctuary, he often said that if people could understand what happened in the sanctuary, they would understand the relationship between God and man. (

Revelation’s Seven Churches: 3.Pergamos (1957) H.M.S. Richards Sr. (Voice of Prophecy)



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“The Voice Of Prophecy [ is a long-running Seventh-day Adventist religious radio broadcast founded in 1929 by H.M.S. Richards, Sr. … It was one of the first religious programs in the United States to broadcast nationally. … Throughout the years Voice of Prophecy broadcasts were marked by an opening theme song of “Lift Up the Trumpet” performed by the King’s Heralds quartet and closed with Richard’s poem “Have Faith in God” each week having a new verse written. … H.M.S. Richards, Sr. was speaker from 1929 to 1969. In 1969, Richards’ son, H.M.S. Richards, Jr., succeeded him and was speaker from 1969 to 1992. … Various musicians perform on the broadcast. Female vocalist Del Delker began as a regular on the program since 1947 and is regarded as one of the leading female singers of religious music. The male quartet King’s Heralds also performed weekly on the program from 1936 until 1982.” (

“Harold Marshall Sylvester Richards, Sr. (1894–1985), commonly known as H.M.S. Richards, was a well known Seventh-day Adventist evangelist and author. Born in Iowa, he is most famous for founding the Voice of Prophecy radio ministry and was a pioneer in religious radio broadcasting. His ministry inspired broadcasts in 36 languages on more than 1,100 stations, and Bible courses in 80 languages offered by 144 correspondence schools. Richards began his ministry as a tent preacher when he was 17. His brother worked as a driver for then Senator Warren G. Harding. Harding invited him to see a demonstration of the newly invented radio. Richards came to view radio as a way to bring the Gospel to nations. He came to California during the Depression and has been on the air continuously since 1930, when he gave a 15 minute guest sermon on KNX in Los Angeles. He noted that every six days 1 000 000 more people come into the world. He viewed the radio as a way of keeping up with these new additions to the human race.

Radio broadcasting – Upon graduation from Washington Missionary College (now Washington Adventist University) in 1919, H.M.S. Richards served as an evangelist in various places in the United States and Canada and during this period experimented with radio announcements in connection with his meetings. He began regular radio program on October 19, 1929 on KNX (AM) in Los Angeles. Later Richards presented daily live broadcasts of The Tabernacle of the Air over KGER in Long Beach, and live weekly remote broadcasts from his tabernacle to KMPC (AM) in Beverly Hills. In his presentations he taught history. “Bible prophecy is not given so we can see what will happen, but so we can see what already happened, and get confirmation that the Bible is true. If it came true historically, then when Jesus gives his wonderful teachings, we ought to believe that, too,” he noted. In January 1937 his footprint expanded over a network of several stations of the Don Lee Broadcasting System, and the name of the broadcast was changed to the Voice of Prophecy. His first coast-to-coast broadcast over 89 stations of the Mutual Broadcasting System was on Sunday, January 4, 1942. Throughout the years Richards’ Voice of Prophecy broadcasts were marked by an opening theme song of “Lift Up the Trumpet” performed by the King’s Heralds quartet and closed with his poem “Have Faith in God” each week having a new verse written.” (

02_The Six Symbolic Churches in Asia (Dr.Leslie Hardinge – Revelation Series)



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Leslie Hardinge was born in Calcutta, India, and was educated in England and America. He received his undergraduate degree from La Sierra University, Riverside, California, and then went on to earn three advanced degrees at the Adventist Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. and finally his Ph.D. degree from the University of London in 1964. During a hiatus from teaching from 1973 to 1977 he came to southern California to pastor the Glendale City church and then his focus returned to education when he became president of Adventist University of the Philippines (formerly Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Far East). At AUP he planned and built a library for the seminary and dedicated his personal library of almost 1,000 books to it. Probably best known for producing audio tapes for the weekly Sabbath School lesson, a favorite of Sabbath School class teachers in many countries for some 28 years, Hardinge’s teachings were distributed by The Spoken Word. An authority on the Israelite Sanctuary, he often said that if people could understand what happened in the sanctuary, they would understand the relationship between God and man. (