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LLUC Sabbath Seminars—“The Early Community: Small Community and Ritual”

(10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Pacific Time)

The Loma Linda University Church Sabbath Seminars class is hosting a series of discussions: “The Adventist Christian Community in the 21st Century,” a study of “church” guided by the grand themes of Richard Rice’s book Believing, Behaving, Belonging (2002).

On 3/26/22, Olive Hemmings will present “The Early Church as Liberation from Ego.” Introduction, chapters 4-6 (be sure to have read the 3/19 readings, as this presentation is based on all of the book, through chapter 6).

Click here for instructions on how to sign up for the Zoom class.

Additional resources may be added for each presentation.

For an additional tool to study theology (as this is what we are doing in this series): Thinking Theologically: Adventist Christianity and the Interpretation of Faith by Fritz Guy (1999).

Upcoming Discussions:

4/2/22: The Advent CommunityBill Shull:  Chapters 4-6 (7,8)

4/9/22: The Just CommunityZack Plantak: Chapters (7,8) 9

4/16/22: The Celebrating CommunityMaury Jackson: Chapters 10, 11

4/23/22: The Intentional Community: Where do we go from here?—Panel Discussion (Gilbert Valentine, Maury Jackson, Larry Downing): Chapters 13, 14


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