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by Melody Tan What is your birthday ritual? Do you take a day off work and pamper yourself with a massage or a hair cut? Maybe you meet up with friends for dinner or share a birthday cake with your family? Those were all the things I always thought I would do on […]
by Jack Hoehn, December 19, 2016: — Can we just trash the whole Christmas mess? He should have been born in Rome. Or at least in Athens. London or Paris? But why was he born in Touchet? In Lowden? In Funkley, Minnesota? Bethlehem is a little nothing, some struggling shops selling olive wood camels carved […]
by Stephen Ferguson, December 15, 2016: What is death exactly? Have you ever tried to explain what death is exactly? I bet you’ll find it is harder to define than you think. Philosopher Steve Grand explains: [Think] of an experience from your childhood. Something you remember clearly, something you can see, feel, maybe even smell, […]
by Tom Hughes, December 14, 2016: “And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” (Luke 2:13, 14). The subject of Christmas has caused a lot of controversy in recent years. Secular society has […]
by Christopher C. Thompson In 1895 when Edson White and his family and his colleagues built and boarded the Morning Star steamboat, our church ascended to a new level of commitment and service to God and to the mission of the gospel. In response to her son’s outreach Ellen White wrote that, “The hand of […]
Zinke-Wilson Neo-Medieval Adventism: The Coming Assault on Adventist Higher Education. Part II – Conclusion
by Ervin Taylor, December 12, 2016: In Part I of this discussion, an article posted on the Adventist Review website by Dr. Edward Zinke entitled “Understanding Worldviews: How Our Presuppositions Shape the Education of Adventist Youth” was highlighted. It was pointed out that Dr. Zinke is well-known to be a confidant of the current General […]
By Alicia Johnston “I always used to look down on people who got divorced.” It was an offhanded comment my friend made one day. She’s such a kind person. I didn’t imagine her looking down on anyone, but I guess we all have our little private judgements. “Oh yeah?” I waited for the punchline. She […]
Does New TV Hit Show Westworld Suggest Moses, the Apostle Paul and Ellen White Were All Living Robots?
by Stephen Ferguson, December 6, 2016: Is that voice in your head you or God? What if a few thousand years ago, at the dawn of civilization and the beginning of what we consider the written biblical era, the majority of human beings thought in a completely different manner? You know that internal voice inside […]
by Stephen Ferguson, November 30, 2016: Why wear a suit and tie to church? Have you ever wondered where in the Bible we find the recipe for gluten steaks or haystacks? Where is the text about wearing a suit and tie to church instead of an Arab-like robe? And why do we call Adventist leaders […]
by Larry Downing, November 27, 2016: Donald Trump, after what some historians categorize as one of the most vitriolic political campaigns in history, is now president-elect of the United States of America. While thousands protest the election, others bask in the longed-for victory of a man they believe will make America great again. I am […]
by Winona Winkler Wendth “A powerful man, snockered from days of drinking, is showing off among his political and business friends. Food and liquor and carousing men litter the room in celebratory indulgence, and they’ve been indulging for a while. He calls his wife in—she’s beautiful, worth looking at, a kind of trophy wife, maybe. […]