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December 28, 2017
The Mystery of Balanced Christian Living
“You, then, why do you judge your brother or sister? Or why do you treat them with contempt? For we will all stand before God’s judgment seat.”...
Ferdinand O. Regalado
December 22, 2017
Are You a Chameleon or a Caterpillar?
Romans 12 and 13 contain different counsels on how to put into practice the gospel of justification by faith (1:17) which, I believe, is the main...
December 08, 2017
Children of the Promise
I used to have a large collection of stationary—notecards, notepaper—in all colors and weights. Most of my friends have received letters or cards...
Kathy Beagles Coneff
November 29, 2017
“No Condemnation” Has a Storyline
The best way to understand Romans 8:1–17 is through a storyline. Many, many words have been written to explain this wonderful story, but I will...
November 23, 2017
Romans 7:1–6 Freedom is one of the highest human virtues. People have fought and died to gain it. Freedom is also a dominant theme in the Bible. The...
November 15, 2017
Change of Perspective
Romans 6, twittered, is: God sees in you someone you don’t, but should! Paul wants us to shift perspective, to see ourselves as God sees us, to walk...
Ginger Hanks Harwood
November 10, 2017
Romans 5: Peace, Something to Rejoice...
It is not surprising that Paul longed to visit Rome and connect with the saints there. There were many versions and visions of the Way that led to...
November 02, 2017
The Faith of Abraham
This week we are celebrating the five-hundredth Anniversary of the nailing of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther on the door of the church. The “...
November 02, 2017
Michael Scofield’s Analysis of...
Few things are more common among Seventh-day Adventists than laments that the denomination is too institutionalized in its many schools, medical...
October 27, 2017
Jerald Whitehouse Explores Invisible...
Jerald Whitehouse, who served for thirty years in primarily Muslim countries such as Libya, Lebanon, Sudan, and Bangladesh, and for fifteen years as...
Admiral Ncube: “Rereading Babylon in...
Michael Scofield: “Adventist Higher...
Spain Adventist Forum: "The Year...
Postures of Interreligious Encounter
Who’s NOT in the Room Where It Happens
Summer Literature Evangelism Programs for...
Visiting Pleasant Valley Church: The...
Are Mental Health and Spirituality Mutually...
Volume 51, Issue 2
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