A post-Christian eschatology is not an iron-like manifesto to demonstrate to the world that Christianity is right but a relational attitude, embodied in Christ, that tries to persuade and conquer...
What we describe as “the coming kingdom” is just a partial description—but also a radical cultural shift.
The Great Controversy describes "the end of the world." But it may instead be the end of a world imagined by our Adventist pioneers.
The core problem in Adventism today lies in the eroded strength of intermediate bodies between the General Conference and the local church.