Monthly Archive: May, 2016

Adventist History Podcast: Civil War, Part 1

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Matthew Lucio, host of the Adventist History Podcast, recently posted an episode on the American Civil War (episode link, Facebook link). Episode 19: The War Between the States In this episode, we learn… Continue reading

AT: Observations of a Black Seventh-day Adventist American

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APF Board member and pastor Mark McCleary has recently begun writing for Adventist Today. His first article is titled, “Observations of a Black Seventh-day Adventist American.” The themes in this portion stood out… Continue reading

Adventist Author Using KickStarter to Fund Book on Social Justice Advocate

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Adventist author Debbonnaire Kovacs has launched a KickStarter campaign to fund a children’s book about John G. Fee. Kovacs describes Fee: Fee was an astonishing man for his time. In the 1850s, when race… Continue reading

Walla Walla University Opens Race and Ethnicity Studies Center

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Walla Walla University has opened the Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture—named after one of the first black tenure-track faculty members to be hired by an Adventist college… Continue reading

Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 2, Chris Blake

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Welcome back to Adventist Peace Radio, the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or Stitcher. In this episode (#2), Jeff Boyd sits down with Chris… Continue reading

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