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The Christian Workers Magazine
The Christian Workers Magazine was the name of an American religious magazine published by the Moody Bible Institute in the early 20th century.
The Christian Workers Magazine began in 1910. It picked up where The Institute Tie (listed separately) left off, continuing its volume and issue numbering. In 1920 the magazine was renamed the Moody Bible Institute Monthly. Issues from that era and later are also listed separately.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1910-1911: HathiTrust has volume 11, covering September 1910 through August 1911. The September 1910 issue still has "The Institute Tie" as the main title, but "The Christian Workers magazine" becomes the main title starting with the October 1910 issue. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1911-1912: The Internet Archive has volume 12, covering September 1911 through August 1912.
- 1913-1914: HathiTrust has volume 14, covering September 1913 through August 1914. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1915-1916: HathiTrust has volume 16, covering September 1915 through August 1916. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1916-1917: HathiTrust has volume 17, covering September 1916 through August 1917. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1917-1918: HathiTrust has volume 18, covering September 1917 through August 1918. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1918-1919: HathiTrust has volume 19, covering September 1918 through August 1919.
- 1919-1920: HathiTrust has volume 20, covering September 1919 through August 1920.
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