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Nicholas Miller: “Not Just for Adventists: The Social Meanings of the Seventh-day Sabbath” at Faith & Reason Sabbath School

Nicholas Miller presents: “Not Just for Adventists: The Social Meanings of the Seventh-day Sabbath” on Saturday, December 16, at 10:00 a.m. (eastern time) for the Faith & Reason Sabbath School. Socializing starts at 9:30.

If you would like to attend this class via Zoom, email alexander@spectrummagazine.org to request the link.

Miller and his family recently moved from rural Andrews University to urban Washington Adventist University in part, he says,  to explore how the Sabbath (and other church beliefs) can speak to “Adventist social engagement, both on matters of religious liberty as well as civil rights and social justice” especially in an urban setting.  Adventists need “to share a broader meaning for the Sabbath than they often think about.”  Miller is a professor of law and religion at WAU and the co-director of the Center of Law and Public Policy in the Honors College. 

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