Monthly Archive: August, 2014

Shall I or Shall We War?

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Submitted by Pastor Dr. Mark A. McCleary Senior Pastor, Liberty Seventh-day Adventist Church, Windsor Mill, MD In the 60s, the musical group Chilites rhetorically asked, “War, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing.… Continue reading

News Round-up

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Adventist Church Files Amicus Brief for Workplace Religious Freedom Case at Top U.S. Court (Ansel Oliver, ANN, 27 Aug 2014) The Seventh-day Adventist Church filed an amicus brief today urging the United States’… Continue reading

AW: Love Your Enemy?

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Denis Kaiser, a presenter at the recent symposium on World War I held at Friedensau Adventist University, has written a reflection piece on WWI for Adventist World–“Love Your Enemy” (August 2014, pp. 24-27). Kaiser… Continue reading

AR: God Was a Recycler

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As noted previously (link), the Adventist Review has been posting updates on the International Conference on the Bible and Science. News editor Andrew McChesney reports on two presentations regarding environmentalism or creation care.… Continue reading

What is Central or Peripheral to Adventism, to Adventist Peacemakers?

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Chris Blake uses the language of central and peripheral when discussing the priorities of faith (see “In Christ There Is Neither Conservative Nor Liberal,” Adventist Review). In the past few weeks, two communications… Continue reading

The Moral Imagination

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Note: I write from a North American perspective, specifically from the United States. The questions we ask greatly determine the answers we find. Therefore, I believe Christian peacemakers need to be intentional about… Continue reading

We Are Our Communication: Violence, ISIS, and Adventist Peace Witness

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By Barry Casey “Every part of a system is so related to its fellow parts that a change in one part will cause a change in all of them and in the total… Continue reading

ANN: Adventist Church President Releases Statement on Religious Minorities in Iraq, Syria

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The Adventist News Network (ANN) has released the following statement by Seventh-day Adventist Church President Ted N. C. Wilson: It is with great sadness and deep concern that we have learned of the… Continue reading

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