18 January 2023 |
Revelation for the 21st Century, part 2
- Jan 21—Revelation’s Remnant and the World Religions.
The most challenging doctrines of the SDA Church for evangelists have been the Sabbath, the state of the dead, and tithing, the so-called “testing truths”. These have become less challenging over the last twenty years or so. The most challenging doctrine for Millennials and beyond may be the remnant. It strikes the new generation as arrogant and self-serving. This has caused church leadership to take a fresh look at the biblical evidence. I report on recent research and suggest how the remnant, biblically and historically understood, could be the most relevant of all Adventist doctrines today.
Jon Paulien is a professor of theology at the Loma Linda University School of Religion.
Cherri-Ann Farquharson is a renewable energy consultant headquartered in Barbados.
How to join:
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Times around the world:
- Reykjavík: 6:30 PM
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- Lincoln: 12:30 PM
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- Gackle: 12:30 PM
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- Stockholm: 7:30 PM
- Hamburg: 7:30 PM
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- Paris: 7:30 PM
- Honolulu: 7:30 AM
- India (all): 12:00 PM (Sunday)
- Cooranbong: 5:30 AM (Sunday)
- Perth: 2:30 AM (Sunday)
The class is intended to last about 2 hours, though the conversation often continues to 4 PM (Eastern time).
About our class:
- The AT Sabbath Seminar is intended to be a courteous forum. We discuss and ask questions politely. We don’t accuse, get angry, put people down, or judge the state of their salvation.
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We look forward to getting acquainted with you!
- Bryan Ness
- Olive Hemmings
- Pilira Zapita
- Bill Cork