With the results of the 2016 Presidential election only recently announced, the campaign, the candidates and our selection of the candidates are fresh on our minds. Spectrum readers are invited to participate in a research study that explores political behavior and religious perspectives of the readers of Adventist Today and Spectrum. The "Adventist Vote" survey takes about 5 minutes to complete.
In this final part of this series, Geoffrey Nelson-Blake and Sterling Spence perform three reflections on contemporary culture and politics. The three readings—"American Holy Days," "Housing Rest," "Boycott Church"—are intercut with three songs—"Coal Heart Bound," "All the Winners," "And It Goes."
Continuing our Young Adventists Speak series Pacific Union College students discuss the US election, who they are voting for, and what issues matter to them. Directed and edited by Ben Josse. Thanks to faculty members Rajeev Sigamoney and Tim de la Torre.
Continuing our Young Adventists Speak series, here's the first (of two) student-created reports from a college campus. Thanks to the work of Spencer Sherwin and Gabrielle Piry with assistant professor of communications Jerry Hartman, here are nine Walla Walla University students sharing their brief views on the U.S. presidential election, their voting choices, and what issues matter to them.
Over this weekend, we will be releasing a series of short, experimental videos of young Adventists discussing issues, ranting, and even singing about contemporary culture and politics. In connection with today's opening of the Desmond Doss biopic film Hacksaw Ridge, we begin with Ronald Osborn briefly explaining the shifting history of Adventists and war.
SILVER SPRING - In a conference room of the Courtyard by Mariott hotel across the highway from the Seventh-day Adventist Church World Headquarters, TEAM (Time for Equality in Adventist Ministry) hosted the premiere of the new documentary film, "Called," for a small group of Adventist pastors and leaders last night.
The Seventh-day Adventist faith will be making one of its rare forays into popular culture on November 4, when the new feature film Hacksaw Ridge opens in theaters everywhere. The movie tells the story of Adventist Desmond Doss, a World War II soldier who served as a medic and refused to carry a weapon as a matter of conscience.