A response to Clifford Goldstein’s recent critique of a Spectrum article in the Adventist Review on the reading of Revelation 13 and the role of America in prophecy.
The Adventist Church finds itself confronted by mission efforts whose success rates are decreasing. The pressure is now on missional Adventism to reinvent itself or sink into irrelevance.
We celebrate the numerical growth of Adventism in Africa. But the church’s growth in Africa is not homogenous and it has begun facing missional paralysis.
How The Great Controversy was received in Vermont and other places in North America is an issue that requires reflection before the project moves to other parts of the world.
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