The apologetics in a recent Adventist Review article positions Adventist understandings as not being produced by fallible humans but rather as if God himself speaks them.
Where can difficult conversations occur within institutional Adventism? Current leadership seems unwilling to have uncomfortable examinations of doctrinal presuppositions.
This sermon is deeply problematic, as are Wilson’s underlying argumentative norms. Central is his reliance on an inerrant Ellen White.
The idea that “everything happens for a reason,” when used without careful qualification, can be very harmful.
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