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Views: World Politics
Trudy J. Morgan-Cole
February 06, 2022
History Has Its Claws into You
All I know from reading history is that if you want to be ahead of curve on figuring out right from wrong, listen to people on the margins.
Sigve K. Tonstad
November 28, 2021
COVID-19: Crisis of Ecology and...
Is the pandemic also a crisis of hermeneutics, a world revealed with respect to how we interpret texts and relate to the world?
November 01, 2021
Monday Meditation: Dr. Chow on...
Christie Chui-Shan Chow discusses her new book Schism, a monograph documenting Adventism in China.
September 11, 2021
Collective Trauma and Going to War
At the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, ancient Greece and Rome can tell us a lot about the links between collective trauma and going to war.
August 30, 2021
A Scandal of Hope
Op-Ed: The Hope Channel and the Zambian Presidential Inauguration. "The Adventist Church in Zambia, and the region, needs to tread carefully on how...
March 12, 2021
Does the Church Have a Role in Working...
By examining the Bible, we can discover that Jesus’ message and the message of social justice are in fact synonymous and should be treated...
March 05, 2021
Not Fair at All
The Fairness for All Act creates what should be an untenable compromise. This legislation asks the LGBTQ+ community to accept a second-class status...
February 03, 2021
“I Can’t Breathe!” Selected Lessons...
In the June 2020 Adventist Review issue, several articles were devoted to reactions to the murder of George Floyd in the United States and its...
February 03, 2021
Stop Talking Past Each Other: New Book...
As our divides become ever more pronounced, Seth Pierce sets about trying to help correct the balance with a book about how to argue better, listen...
January 26, 2021
The Education of an Idealist — Book...
I finished the book with a very strong impression of Samantha Power as a dedicated public servant, humble, curious, compassionate, a person who loved...
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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