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May 14, 2023
A View of "The Sabbath"...
The twentieth-century American Jewish rabbi Abraham Heschel famously called the Sabbath “a cathedral in time.” In his new documentary, The Sabbath,...
May 07, 2023
Spirit of Praise "Still God"...
The 2021 release “Still God” from Atlanta-based gospel group “Spirit of Praise” is an absolute tour de force in excellent musicianship. If properly...
May 01, 2023
From Our Desk: Books We're Enjoying
We've been reading the recent books "Hunting for Magic Eels: Recovering an Enchanted Faith in a Skeptical Age" by Richard Beck and "All of Us...
April 29, 2023
College in the Rearview Mirror
What will you, dear college student, remember four decades after you march up to the stage and receive your diploma placeholder? I can’t tell you,...
April 28, 2023
A Journey into How Artificial...
In generating AI art from the input “Seventh-day Adventism,” we are effectively looking at a cyborg imagination representing our faith. Analyzing...
April 22, 2023
Book Review: Christian Poetry in...
In Christian Poetry in America Since 1940: An Anthology there’s considerable variety in subject matter and treatment, with 127 poems by 35 different...
April 16, 2023
Poet Spotlight: Phillip Whidden
In celebration of National Poetry Month, we feature five poems by Phillip Whidden.
April 09, 2023
“I’ll See You Tomorrow” Reminds Us that...
There is reassurance in I’ll See You Tomorrow’s titular phrase. It contains the promise that there is more beyond today, that there is even a "...
March 30, 2023
“Can We Trust a Prophet Who Gets It...
Review of Father Miller’s Daughter: Ellen Harmon White (2022) and Child of the Apocalypse: Ellen G. White (2021), by Donald E. Casebolt.
March 26, 2023
On Jesus, Paul, and Bacharach
"What the World Needs Now" continues this theme of exclaiming that love is what the world desperately needs most of, not mountains, fields, sunshine...
Terrie Aamodt and Julius Nam: “Ellen...
The Sad Saga of King Saul’s Concubine
“That’s generational property”: Bahamian...
New, Higher Truths to Comprehend
Sinful Envy: Reframing Our Role as the Older...
Returning to La Iglesia Adventista Hispana...
Volume 51, Issue 2
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