Monthly Archive: October, 2014

Adventist Physicians Confront Ebola

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Two Adventist doctors–Gillian Seton and James Appel (a member on the APF Advisory Board)–who have been screening potential Ebola patients at Cooper Hospital in Liberia, are currently in the United States. Dr. Seton… Continue reading

Islamic Professor Addresses Peace at Oakwood University

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“Dr. Mahmoud M. Ayoub, professor of Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut and emeritus professor of Islamic Studies and Comparative Religions at Temple University,” recently spoke at Oakwood University, a historically… Continue reading

AR: 14 Soldiers in God’s Army

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The Adventist Review continues the recent focus on the anniversary of World War I with the story, “14 Soldiers in God’s Army” (Victor Hulbert, 28 Oct 2014). The article begins with a brief… Continue reading

Do Justice: Our Call to Faithful Living (Edited by Nathan Brown and Joanna Darby)

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Nathan Brown and Joanna Darby have recently published a collection of essays on just living entitled Do Justice. The book is currently available in Australia, and it will be released in the U.S.… Continue reading

College View Academy Hosts Fundraiser for ISIS Victims

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College View Academy students put on a fundraiser for ISIS victims, Megan Conway reports for KLKN TV (ABC 8) in Lincoln, Nebraska (link). Recently, Union College also hosted an event focusing on Iraqis… Continue reading

Union College Hosts Interfaith Iraq Memorial

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Today is the International Day of Non-violence. The UN describes three categories of non-violent action: protest and persuasion, including marches and vigils; non-cooperation; and non-violent intervention, such as blockades and occupations. (link) A… Continue reading

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