⚠️ These volumes are here for historical interest; they may contain useful articles in places, but also teaching on church fellowship which was contrary to established principles.
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"Needed Truth was not published during the years 1909-13, when "Wholesome words" was substituted for this publication." CBA
Also see; http://www.brethrenhistory.org/qwicsitePro2/php/docsview.php?docid=3158
The years following the schism in 1892 from the Open Brethren,
which became known as ‘the Separation’, brought to the fore new
teachings from the Churches of God (or as they are more commonly
known, the Needed Truth).2 Certain areas of doctrine which were
before held by their teachers in a much broader context were now
narrowed down to apply only to themselves. Articles written prior to
the schism of 1892 in Needed Truth, which had originated as an
Open Brethren magazine, indicate that some doctrines had become
quite incompatible with the eventual formalized position after 1892.3
The new lines of teaching diminished the original areas of
commonality between Churches of God and Open Brethren. The
adherents of the new party were made to think of themselves as
particular and distinctive from that from which they had separated.