Jared Wright

Oops! Andrews Smarter than Walla Walla According to Business Insider Rankings

We spoke too soon when we called Walla Walla University the smartest Adventist university in North America. Walla Walla's ranking in the top 600 smartest U.S. colleges in a Business Insider report appeared to make them the only Adventist to attain such a ranking. That is, until an astute reader, Anthony Bosman, pointed out that Andrews Univeristy made the list too--some 90 slots ahead of Walla Walla.

Business Insider Ranks Walla Walla Among Smartest U.S. Colleges

Of the Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities in North America, only Walla Walla University* in Southeastern Washington State made Business Insider's list of 600 Smartest Colleges in America. Walla Walla tied with nine other colleges for 600th place.

New York Times: Jordanian Artifacts Loaned to Andrews University Museum "A Coup"

The New York Times has written that a collection of artifacts from Jordan on loan to the Siegfried H. Horn Museum on the campus of Andrews University is a coup for the museum. The Times' report indicates that 48 fragments of ceramic figures of humans and horses, possibly religious in nature, will be housed in the Horn Museum for a year. The relics from the 8th to the 6th century B.C. were extracted from sites in Tall Jalul, Jordan over more than a decade, ending in 2012. According to the report, the sharing of artifacts like these is increasingly uncommon.

Utah Bible & Science Conference Panel Discussion II: Audience Peppers Panel With Questions

LOMA LINDA - After panelists at the discussion of the St. George, Utah International Conference on the Bible and Science finished giving opening remarks of various lengths, the panel engaged in a back-and-forth over changes in views on the Trinity and on the age of the earth within the Seventh-day Adventist community. Following that discussion, moderator Jim Walters invited questions from audience members. The following are synopses of the questions asked in order, along with responses from respective panel members.

Sandra Roberts "Living Adventist History" Says Press Enterprise

The Press Enterprise, a regional news organization that covers Southern California's Inland Empire, has written an article about the first Seventh-day Adventist woman to serve as a conference president--Dr. Sandra Roberts. The article notes that while Roberts is making history, so are denominational administrators who refuse to recognize her election.

Utah Bible & Science Conference Panel Discussion: Defending and Dissecting the Conference

LOMA LINDA - Five participants in the August 2014 St. George, Utah International Conference on the Bible and Science discussed, debated, defended and dissected the conference in front of a scholarly audience at Loma Linda University's Damazo Amphitheater Saturday afternoon. Jim Walters of Loma Linda University's Center for Christian Bioethics hosted and moderated the panel discussion, and professor Richard Rice joined the five conference attendees at the table to contribute his theological perspectives to the discussion.

Happy Theological Humility Day

It is our tradition to mark October 22, the day that the Seventh-day Adventist Church began, according to many. It is the day that the Millerite band expected their Lord to return to earth, and it is the day that he did not. The experience is captured in the words of Ellen White in "The Great Controversy," page 409.

The Good Lord Had A Different Plan for Ben Carson

YORBA LINDA - Retired Seventh-day Adventist neurosurgeon and prospective Republican White House candidate Dr. Benjamin Carson practiced what may become his campaign stump speech in front of a supportive crowd at the Nixon Presidential Library on Sunday. While Dr. Carson made no mention of his faith tradition, he sprinkled his prepared comments with references to God. The event was part of Carson's One Nation book tour.

Adventist Docs Have Recommendations for WHO on Ebola

LOMA LINDA - Dr. Gillian Seton and Dr. James Appel, Adventist Health International missionary doctors to West Africa, told stories and gave recommendations concerning the Ebola crisis to an overflowing audience at Loma Linda University's Frank Damazo Amphitheater Friday evening. Loma Linda University's Global Health Institute hosted the vespers program as part of its 2014 Global Healthcare Conference.

ÚLTIMA HORA: El Concilio Anual aprueba la pregunta sobre la Ordenación de la Mujer que se presentará en la Asamblea General de 2015

SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND, EE.UU. - Aproximadamente a las 5:37pm hora local, los delegados presentes en el Concilio Anual votaron aprobar la pregunta elaborada por la Asociación General y los oficiales de División (GCDO por sus siglas en inglés), que se presentará a los delegados en la Asamblea General de 2015 que tendrá lugar en San Antonio, Texas, EE.UU. La pregunta es la siguiente:

 

 

 





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