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June 25, 2020
Old Ways on New Days
Adventism in America generally has no ability to speak prophetically to the issue of race in our society, because we have not adequately addressed...
June 19, 2020
Window of Opportunity: Qualitative...
The tragic events in the national scene during the Spring of 2020 appear to provide a Policy Window in which to either reaffirm the role of Regional...
June 18, 2020
Deeds, Not Only Words
My prayer is that we can muster the strength to return to the early days of Adventism when we as a people were active, indeed leaders, in the public...
June 17, 2020
An Open Letter to the General...
I have fought to stay in this church. I have not asked for tolerance or acceptance... I have asked for much less than that: to be seen as human. But...
Matthew J. Lucio
June 17, 2020
“The Ministry” Is Dangerous
How many people had I gone to seminary with who had dropped out of pastoral ministry within ten years? A dozen? Two dozen? Too many.
June 11, 2020
Black Lives Matter — Adventist Voices
On this week’s Adventist Voices podcast episode, host Alexander Carpenter chats with Courtney Ray, MDiv, PhD, who is President of the Society for...
Olive J. Hemmings
June 09, 2020
Christendom, the Police State, and the...
They turn the Bible “upside-down,” and Justice lies bleeding in the street with the knee of this influential sector of Christendom squarely on the...
June 05, 2020
The Loud Cry in the Face of Injustice
The Seventh-day Adventist Church was meant to be a beacon for racial social justice in three key ways: By our Testimony, by remaining internally...
June 02, 2020
“Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s…”
It seems to me that COVID-19 is bringing back the first century church about which Scripture says “See how they love one another.”
June 01, 2020
A Response to General Conference...
Using your Christianity as a way to calm the cries of the oppressed is a sin. Period.
Volume 48, Issue 3
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I Am Blessed; I Am America
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