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Choir Zoom Sabbath School March 2 – A Noble Attempt: The Bible Research Fellowship

This Saturday, March 2, Greg Howell will present “A Noble Attempt: The Bible Research Fellowship” beginning at 9:30 A.M. Pacific.

A grassroots movement of scholars from PUC with global outreach, the Bible Research Fellowship dates back to the post-World War II era. It eventually emerged as a source of rigorous inquiry and genuine scholarship. Initially operating autonomously, it gradually integrated into the fabric of official Adventism, culminating in its formal establishment within the departments of the GC of the 1950s. Its impact is still felt.

Dr. Howell is a church historian specializing in Adventist and 20th century church history who recently completed his Ph.D. from Regent University. Areas of interest include reception hermeneutics, and the combination of technology and historiography. He currently lives in Sacramento, teaching at Sacramento Adventist Academy and Epic Bible College. His research is currently focused on the background of the “Methods of Bible Study” statement from 1986, and Adventist figures such as Roger Morneau, Ron Wyatt and Moses Hull. 

We meet from 9:30 – 10:45 Pacific Time. 

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