Monthly Archive: December, 2015

Jackson Calls for Support of Refugees

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Pastor Dan Jackson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination in North America, has released a strong statement calling for the support of refugees — Adventists Respond to the Call to Care for Refugees… Continue reading

University Campaign to Counter Anti-Muslim Rhetoric

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It has been brought to our attention that the editors of Sojourners have posted a signature campaign for students — College Students of Faith Say ‘No’ to Falwell’s Anti-Muslim Rhetoric. The post begins:… Continue reading

AR: Politicians or the Word of God?

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Jarod Thomas has published a story in the Adventist Review that speaks to war in general and ISIS in particular–Courage to Set the Table (Nov 16). Thomas shares a striking sentence from his… Continue reading

Sweeney Issues Statement on Cycle of Violence in the Middle East

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On December 2, Ian Sweeney, president of Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK & Ireland released the following statement about violence in Iraq and Syria. A CALL TO END THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE… Continue reading

ASRS Releases Statement on Refugee Crisis

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The Adventist Society for Religious StudiesĀ (ASRS) recently released the following statement on the refugee crisis in the Middle EastĀ and Europe: Statement on the Refugee Crisis Adventist Society for Religious Studies November 21, 2015… Continue reading

Johnsson Addresses Interfaith Dialogue at ASRS

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The theme of this year’s Adventist Society for Religious Studies (ASRS) annual conference was “Adventism in the Public Square.” William Johnsson, who was the first president of ASRS, gave the following sermon entitled,… Continue reading

Jackson Responds to Mass Shooting in California

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Both Spectrum and Adventist Today have reported on the recent mass shooting in California. Today Dan Jackson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, released a statement on the shooting. The… Continue reading

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