The good folks over at Faith in Public Life crunched the numbers last night and they show a significant shift in America's religious landscape and its voting patterns.
It would be interesting to see how last night's voting broke down along Adventist lines, not only weekly attendance, ethnicity, and region, but also level of education.
Religious attendance and the so-called “God Gap”:
There are a lot of folks who like to think they know what's on the minds of "the kids these days." Here are young Adventist college students talking about what in their faith matters.
All you have to do is enter your name and type in a comment - no sign ups - just straight talk, express!
This the the third of four videos in the "Express Yourself" project - a 2008 Walla Walla University Communications senior project by Adrienne Thompson.
An election day prayer from Rabbi David Seidenberg, a Conservative and Renewal leader of the NeoHasid.
With my vote today I am prepared and intending to seek peace for this country, as it is written:
Seek out the peace of the city where I cause you to roam
and pray for her sake to God YHVH, for in her peace you all will have peace. (Jer. 29:7)
May it be Your will that votes will be counted faithfully and may You account my vote as if I had fulfilled this verse with all my power.
Blake and Alisa talk with Cristina Alba and Dr. Aubyn Fulton about Proposition 8, and why one is for it and the other against it.
Part 1 (10 min)
Wow, what an intense week. Less than one hundred hours to election day. Finally. And then there is a General Conference election to think about. . .
I'm ready for another vacation, and am so thankful for the Sabbath right now.
Did you know that this new site launched on Nov. 19? That means this new incarnation of Spectrum is almost a year old!
Come Thanksgiving Day, we've got some institutional things for which to be thankful.
Check out these stats. Thus far we've had:
DISPUTATION OF DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER ON THE POWER AND EFFICACY OF INDULGENCES
OCTOBER 31, 1517
Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light, the following propositions will be discussed at Wittenberg, under the presidency of the Reverend Father Martin Luther, Master of Arts and of Sacred Theology, and Lecturer in Ordinary on the same at that place. Wherefore he requests that those who are unable to be present and debate orally with us, may do so by letter.
In the Name our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.