Topic “Charles Scriven”

The Ear: Jonathan Henderson, Big City Pastor Evangelist

How, in a challenging time, do you lead a thriving Adventist congregation?

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The Ear: Jan Paulsen, former General Conference President, on Theology

Jan Paulsen was president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from 1999 until June 25, 2010.  Born in Norway, he first served the church in his own country and, also early on, in both Ghana and Nigeria.

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The Ear: Former Adventist Review Editor on Thinking Theologically

William Johnsson, the New Testament scholar and long-serving previous editor of the  Adventist Review, has just moved from Maryland to the Loma Linda area, where he is an adjunct professor in the school of religion.  He continues to represent the Sevent

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"Jesus...Full Stop...All...Full Stop"

Is it the second coming of 1888?  Is it radical Christo-centrism birthing a bold, new prophetic Adventism?  Is it spiritual snack food—a feel-good Jesus—doled out like cookies for the all-too-comfortable?

Such questions invite the one activity that the One Project—a pastor-led initiative to make Jesus the center of Adventist consciousness—seems bound to stimulate.  That activity is conversation among the troubled, hopeful people who bring thought to their experience in Adventism.  

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The Ear: Japhet De Oliveira on The One Project

Seattle is upon us — the next “gathering,” a week from now, of the One Project.  

What’s it all about?

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The Ear: Sigve Tonstad, Physician-Theologian

Sigve Tonstad is currently working in Oslo, Norway, where he teaches and produces scholarly writing, as well as working as a physician.  At the same time, he holds the position of associate professor of religion at Loma Linda University, from which he earned his medical degree.  He has also studied at Middle East College, Andrews University, Duke University and the University of St. Andrews, where he earned a Ph.D. in biblical studies.

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The Ear: Kendra Haloviak Valentine—Theologian at Work

Kendra Haloviak Valentine is a biblical theologian and associate professor with the H. M. S.

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The Ear: Scripture, Science, Experience in Sabbath School

Timothy Jennings, M. D., teaches a Sabbath School class that meets weekly in the Collegedale City Hall, near Southern Adventist University in Tennessee.  A board-certified psychiatrist, and president-elect of the Tennessee Psychiatric Association, he practices in Chattanooga.  

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The Ear: Theologian at Work 3

James Londis served substantial periods as religion teacher (at Atlantic Union College), pastor-preacher (at the Sligo Seventh-day Adventist Church near Washington, D.C.), and health-care administrator (both in Boston and in Kettering, Ohio).  Most recently he returned to teaching at Kettering College, from which he retired this past spring.

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A Belated Yes!

Two women, one 90 years old and the other with hair as white as a summer cloud, became ordained Seventh-day Adventist ministers at the Kettering Adventist Church on Sabbath.

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