Pam Dietrich | Comments

Kazakhstan Adventist Church Member Found Guilty of Insulting Islam. Yqylas Qabduaqasov, a 54-year-old member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, has been sentenced to seven years of house arrest.  He was convicted of inciting religious hatred.  Witnesses testified that Qabduaqasov had expressed ideas that insulted Muslims and the Prophet Muhammad.  Also, he must pa

Franco-Belgian Union Conference, Spectrum | Comments

On Wednesday, Novemeber 11, the Franco-Belgian Union Conference Executive Committee met in Paris and approved the following statement, which it released on its website in French. The following translation has been provided for English readers. The original text follows below the English translation. -Ed.

Spectrum | Comments

Today we mourn with those who mourn. Nous avons tous le même sang quand nous saignon. We all have the same blood when we bleed.

In honor of all those in Paris devastated by yesterday's attacks, and in solidarity with those refugees who have fled to Europe in search of new lives. Today we stand with them all.

Jared Wright | Comments

First of all, we should get the pun out of the way at the outset: Isn't it wonderful that the organization providing polling data on Religion in America is called Pew?

Pam Dietrich | Comments

Florida Hospital Unveils Wall Honoring Veterans. Florida Hospital marked Veterans Day, a federal holiday in the United States, with the unveiling of a Veterans Honor Wall. The project began with an employee comment card, suggesting a way to honor American veterans. The wall includes the seals of the five branches of the U.S. armed forces, as well as a video monitor that displays photos and information of the 150 veterans who are employed at the hospital.

Brenton Stacey | Comments

Avondale College of Higher Education has named a scholars’ center on the college campus in honor of the late Dr. Aruthr Patrick.

Jared Wright | Comments

During the 2014 North American Division (NAD) Year-end Meeting, a request was made that the division’s Executive Committee provide guidance on the topic of homosexuality. With an increasing number of North American states approving same-sex marriages at the time, many Adventists wanted clarity on the NAD’s stance.

Current Issue

Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!

Support Spectrum

Thank you for making your generous gift. Your donation will help independent Adventist journalism expand across the globe.





Connect with Spectrum