(9:30 a.m. Pacific / 12:30 p.m. eastern)
Choir Zoom Sabbath School at Pacific Union College
Eric Anderson and 11 of his closest friends will present.
Following several CZSS discussions about contemplative Christianity, twelve people spent last weekend in a “silent retreat” at Albion (PUC’s biological field station on the Mendocino coast). The retreat was built around Psalms 139 and 126 and featured morning and evening liturgical prayers, individual journaling, and two talks on aspects of “mystical theology.” The retreat culminated in a celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Today’s discussion is a report on “what happened.”
A retired professor of history, Dr. Anderson has served in various roles at Pacific Union College and Southwestern Adventist University. He has written on the Civil War and Reconstruction, educational philanthropy, and Adventist history. His most recent publications are a biographical sketch of Malcolm Maxwell, a review essay in a recent issue of Spectrum, and a chapter in Donald R. McAdams’ recent book Ellen White and the Historians.