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August 01, 2008
Caricatures of Adventists: Ella Simmons
The Adventist Caricaturist writes: Dr. Ella Louise Smith Simmons, former provost at La Sierra University, is the first woman ever to hold the title...
July 09, 2008
Wall-E: A Movie With a Full Heart, or A...
I went to see Wall-E, the new film from the animation powerhouse, Pixar, not because I like animated films (although I usually do) and not because I...
July 07, 2008
The Great American Vegetarian Experiment
America in the 1920s is sometimes called the Jazz Age, a time for experimentation in music and morals. A time of financial expansion and speculation...
July 04, 2008
Poking Gentle Fun: An Adventist...
An anonymous blogger has begun posting caricatures of famous Adventists online. He's taking requests, so think about who you would like to see in a...
December 20, 2007
Adventism According to Gilmore Girls: A...
Not since Archie Bunker first introduced Seventh-day Adventists to American television viewers in the mid-seventies with his memorable line “Raise...
July 02, 2006
Art: Chaim Potok's "Brooklyn...
By Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson The late Jewish writer Chaim Potok (1929-2002) is probably best known for his novels, many of which explore the struggle...
June 19, 2006
Art: PBS Series, "Art in the 21st...
How does contemporary art address the idea of spirituality? In the first season of the PBS series, "Art in the 21st Century," one program was...
Volume 48, Issue 3
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Family Holiday Traditions and a Reflection...
New Book about Christmas Receives Thousands...
Marilyn McEntyre Speaks on Peace for 2020...
Breaking into the Adventist Clique
The Financial Report of The EUD Treasurer in...
Asheville Forum: Richard Rice
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