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May 04, 2023
Becoming a Lifelong Unlearner
There are a number of traditional understandings that many of us unquestionably support. Yet we may hesitate to pull on the threads of these precepts...
April 27, 2023
Truth . . . On Its Own
The unwillingness (or inability) to defend the truth on its own merits harms the truth and harms our community. It sows doubt and people begin to...
April 20, 2023
Why We Should Reform Our Theology after...
Change is hard, but stasis only breeds irrelevance. It takes moral strength to acknowledge that we have sometimes been wrong. But we should recognize...
April 13, 2023
A Kenotic Eschatology
The end of the world cannot be revenge, and a manifestation of God's power. It will be an act of humility where we will see God’s sadness, compassion...
April 06, 2023
Emotions, Logic, and Seeking Truth
If one intends to take a strong scriptural stance on any subject then it deserves strong scriptural examination. Yet there is often an inexplicable...
April 03, 2023
A Theological Landing Place for the...
Many Christians believe that accepting Theistic Evolution necessitates a God who actively creates via suffering and death. Such a conclusion is not...
March 30, 2023
10 End Runs around Science
Science teaches that the earth is ancient and life has evolved. Some believers use argumentative “end runs” to avoid dealing with consequences that...
March 23, 2023
Truth . . . Truthfully
We need to be willing to speak the truth, truthfully. Not just about who God is but about who we are, who we have been, and how we are using Christ...
March 16, 2023
Twenty-Six Years under Wilson...
The gospel advances an innate egalitarian ethic in which inherited rights take a back seat to individual rights. Ted Wilson and his father seem to...
March 09, 2023
Tupananchiskama: An Eschatology of Death
There is no word in the Peruvian Quechua language for goodbye. The word “tupananchiskama” literally means “until life makes us meet again.”
Spain Adventist Forum: "The Year...
Are Mental Health and Spirituality Mutually...
Rehabilitating Adventism's Twice-Burnt...
Adventist Woman of the Year Drene...
Parallel Universes: Ellen and Robbie
How We Relate to Power Is Our Witness
Volume 51, Issue 2
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