Loma Linda University School of Religion Faculty Vote Unanimous Support for Seminary Response to "Unity" Document

Published:
October 4, 2016

In response to the General Conference document, “A Study of Church Governance and Unity,” the Loma Linda University School of Religion faculty today voted their unanimous support to the statement released by the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on September 30, 2016.

That statement reads as follows:

We, the faculty of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, affirm the biblical truth of church unity grounded in our worship of God, our common faith, our shared community, and our sense of mission. We have serious concerns about the recent document ‘A Study of Church Governance and Unity’ released by the General Conference and its portrayal of the nature and authority of the church. Further discussion by the church at large on this important ecclesiological issue is needed before such a document is adopted.”
Voted October 4, 2016, Loma Linda, California

Both Andrews University and Loma Linda University operate under the auspices of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 

 

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