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October 30, 2023
Is There a Time When Silence Is Better...
God doesn’t unilaterally forgive those who have sinned against him. Yet too many Christians feel that forgiveness is an ironclad expectation.
October 24, 2023
What “Meat Offered to Idols” Means Today
Understanding the exploitative context of the Roman sacrificed meat party culture provides applications beyond the dietary. Is it really about how we...
October 03, 2023
Church and State Converge in Brazil’s...
With 292,682 neckerchiefed members and growing, perhaps it’s no surprise that Brazilian political leaders see a benefit in honoring the honor-wearers...
September 07, 2023
A Slave to a Hermeneutic
How can one believe in biblical literalism while critically engaging the historical use of such texts to theologically justify the horrors of slavery...
September 06, 2023
For Brazilian Administrators, Church...
This first installment of a new monthly series from Brazil focuses on the ideological and political advocacy of prominent church influencers.
Kim Allan Johnson
July 27, 2023
The Girl in the Blue Dress: An...
This personal immigration story highlights the responsibility that Christians have to care for the strangers in their midst.
June 27, 2023
Why Are Christians Less Likely To Get...
A recent study shows Christians are less likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19 than other religious adherents or the nonreligious. Is this a...
January 13, 2023
Antisemitism and Adventist...
Research suggests that the COVID conspiracy movement is undergirded by antisemitism. Adventism is not immune.
November 22, 2022
Acts 6 and Affirmative Action
An episode in Acts 6 shows us how much the followers of the Way truly considered "the other" to be as important as themselves.
David F. Garner
November 10, 2022
Beyond the Vote: A Case for Armchair...
Elections happen infrequently. Writing letters and signing petitions can take place year-round, and Christ called us to be outspoken against...
Chuck Scriven: “The God Who Won't...
Jonathan Butler: “A Report from the...
Spectrum Pop-Up: New York Roots and a...
Spain Adventist Forum: "The Year...
Adventist Woman of the Year Drene...
Parallel Universes: Ellen and Robbie
How We Relate to Power Is Our Witness
Follow the Leader?
When “Time Makes Ancient Good Uncouth”
Volume 51, Issue 2
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