Monthly Archive: September, 2014

WWI and the Adventist Church

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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the United Kingdom has compiled information regarding how Adventists in the region responded to World War One–WWI and the Adventist Church. “There were roughly 2,500 Seventh-day Adventist members… Continue reading

The Story of Lucille Lewis Byard

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I failed to post the following story on September 22, when Benjamin Baker of the Ellen White Estate shared it with me. I included a minimalist telling of this story in a writing… Continue reading

AR: Safe at Home (Haugen)

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Tyler Wigg-Stevenson confesses in his book The World Is Not Ours To Save that he believes there will be no perfect solution for this world’s great injustices “until the kingdom of God comes.”… Continue reading

News Round-up

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News Round-up: Ferguson, Iraq and Syria, Hobby Lobby, Ebola, UN Day of Peace Finding the Adventists in Ferguson (Byrd, Spectrum, 1 Sept 2014) Darrell Alexander, an Adventist minister of music who is now… Continue reading

Brown Calls for Active Creationism

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In the September installment of his Engage series, Nathan Brown calls for an active creationism (Adventist World). Brown writes: Yes, I believe taking action to conserve and protect our natural world is important.… Continue reading

Todd Leonard confronts Adventist apocalypticism in the light of violence in Iraq and in Ferguson

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In an August 30 sermon entitled, “Changing Times: The Time of Trouble and the Mark of the Beast,” Todd Leonard, senior pastor of Glendale City Church and APF Advisory Board member, asks the… Continue reading

Viewpoints #15: Dr. Idel Suarez Jr, Reform Movement President

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I interviewed Pastor Idel Suarez Jr for the Viewpoints interview series at Adventist Today (link). Suarez is the president of one branch of the Adventist Reform Movement, which started in Europe during World… Continue reading

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