What is the object of the International Reform Bureau?

Answer

"The Reform Bureau is the first 'Christian lobby' established at our national capital to speak to government
in behalf of all denominations. "-"History of the International Reform Bureau," by its founder and
superintendent, Rev. W. F. Crafts, page 2.
NOTE - The securing of compulsory Sunday legislation is one of the chief objects of this and
other like organizations. See pages 61 and 65 of the above-named work.
 


In connection with Christian baptism, what is washed away?
In making this home, what besides man was needed?
Why do the inhabitants of heaven worship God?
Until what time did the ceremonial law impose the service performed in the worldly sanctuary?
What, then, is the nature of all Sabbath legislation?
How much does one know of God when dead?
In what one promise are all these promises summed up?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle