Richard Rice is a prolific and influential Adventist theologian, having written, early on, a book on The Openness of God — the gift human freedom, he argued, puts limits on divine control and thus on divine foreknowledge — that continues to provoke discussion outside as well as inside of Adventist circles.
[Esta es la segunda entrega de la información sobre el congreso celebrado a mediados de mayo en la universidad adventista de Friedensau sobre el impacto de la Gran Guerra en el adventismo. Usted puede leer la primera crónica pinchando aquí.]
The last day of the conference at Friedensau Adventist University,“The Impact of World War I on Seventh-day Adventists,” was a half-day, with qu
“Hope is the mark of our Christian existence,” said Bernhard Oesterich. But does authentic hope involve accurate prediction concerning end-time chronology? Does authentic hope come down to information — a “message” about what happens next, and when and where, ingeniously derived from Scripture’s apocalyptic material?