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Interviews

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Published:
April 7, 2020

They live in five European countries and could not be more different in age, interest, or inclination. It made no difference. They were all infected. Some were not scared. Others were terrified. They have all gone through an experience that, without exception, has marked their lives.

Published:
March 17, 2020

Øystein LaBianca, professor of anthropology and associate director of the Institute of Archaeology at Andrews University, has spent most of the last 50 summers digging for the past at archaeological sites in Jordan.

Published:
March 11, 2020

Artist John Hoyt tells about the inspiration behind his arresting Whore of Babylon image on the latest issue of the Spectrum journal. 

Published:
March 9, 2020

During his 60-year career with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Gary Patterson served in a variety of administrative positions at the North American Division and General Conference.

Published:
February 18, 2020

The 2020 Adventist Forum Conference on “identities: within and beyond the borders of Adventism” is happening February 21–23 at AdventHealth University in Orlando, Florida. In this interview series, we’re talking with the speakers about who they are, why identity is important, and getting a sneak peek into what they’ll be presenting at the conference.

Published:
February 18, 2020

The 2020 Adventist Forum Conference on “identities: within and beyond the borders of Adventism” is happening February 21–23 at AdventHealth University in Orlando, Florida. In this interview series, we’re talking with the speakers about who they are, why identity is important, and getting a sneak peek into what they’ll be presenting at the conference.

Published:
February 10, 2020

Aimee Leukert, education professor at La Sierra University, explains her research about the relationship between parents who choose Adventist education and Adventist culture ahead of her talk at the Adventist Forum conference February 21-23 in Orlando, Florida.

Published:
February 7, 2020

The 2020 Adventist Forum Conference on “identities: within and beyond the borders of Adventism” is happening February 21–23 at AdventHealth University in Orlando, Florida. In this interview series, we’re talking with the speakers about who they are, why identity is important, and getting a sneak peek into what they’ll be presenting at the conference.

Published:
January 22, 2020

Ivan Ruiz-Knott talks about his new podcast that goes along with the new edition of Ellen White’s Conflict of the Ages series.

Published:
January 13, 2020

Theo Brown is the director of Smoky Mountain Rescue, a short web series made for kids that premiered at the Oshkosh Pathfinder Camporee last summer. Brown is a full-time film and TV professional living in Los Angeles, but he graduated from Southern Adventist University and enjoyed being back in Tennessee for this project, funded by the North American Division.

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