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July 30, 2019
A Living Sacrifice: Unsung Heroes of...
Dr. David Trim, director of the GC Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research, discusses his most recent book, A Living Sacrifice. It shares...
July 26, 2019
Summer Reading Group: 12 Rules for Life
For Spectrum's 2019 Summer Reading Group, we have a diverse group of facilitators lined up to guide us through the fraught territory of Peterson’s...
July 17, 2019
A ‘Friend's’ View of Adventists...
Seeing ourselves as others see us is not always easy. Even at a recent conference on Adventists and Military Service, men, and it was mostly men,...
July 11, 2019
This Quarter’s Sabbath School Companion...
For the first time in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the Sabbath School Quarterly is on the topic of social justice, specifically “...
July 11, 2019
The Sabbath School Quarterly with...
Nathan Brown is a writer and book editor at Signs Publishing Company, based near Melbourne, Australia. He has collaborated with the Adventist...
July 09, 2019
A Book Review of Sacred Liberty:...
Steven Waldman tells the story of the American quest for religious freedom, ending with a look at our present dilemmas of fear and faith.
July 04, 2019
Summer Reading with Spectrum's...
In this Adventist Voices episode, Spectrum managing editor Alisa Williams talks about books, the pros and cons about her life online with Spectrum, ...
July 01, 2019
Book Review: When Poets Pray
In "When Poets Pray," Marilyn McEntyre contemplates the relationship between poetry and prayer, and offers us the gift of journeying with her on the...
June 27, 2019
New Book Uncovers the Adventist...
Michael W. Campbell talks about his new book on the 1919 Bible Conference, arguments over the infallibility of Ellen G. White, and how the...
June 11, 2019
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