#1.)  Reading Your Bible with Greater Care.
#2. ) Open to the Openness of God.
#3.) Against All Abuse, For all Love (the Bible and homosexual people.)
#4.) Very Political.
#5.) Rehabilitating Satan.
#6.) Militant Pacifism

#7a.) A Robust Creationism

#7b.) Grown-Up Creationism

#7c.) Creative Discussions in Creationism

#8.)  Transfiguration–Seeing the Kingdom

#9.) The Blessed Knowledge Tree


Other Recent Articles by Jack:
“Death on St. Valentine’s Day, Slow Resurrection”
” Billy Ain’t in Heaven, Hell Fires Haven’t Been Kindled, and It Don’t Matter.”
“Handel’s Messiah and Change”
“You, Too, Charlie Rose?”
“Watching Coercion and Attempted Control”
“Gunter Bechley:  Converted by Evidence”
“Moving On”

“The Transparency Cure”

(Series on Adventist Health)
“The Very Best Thing Adventists Do—Adventist Healthcare part 1.”
“The Adventist Health Business—Adventist Healthcare part 2.”
“A Future for Adventists in Health Care?—Adventist Healthcare part 3.”

(Series on what to do with Ellen White’s inspired writings today.)

(Series on Age of Earth according to different natural “clocks.”)

(Adventist Today Print Magazine Articles):
Jack Hoehn, “The Greater ControversyHow Ellen White’s Great Controversy Theme May Help Coordinate Geologic and Biblical History” – Adventist Today, Volume 23, #1, Winter 2015, pages 14-21.  (Available on line to Atoday members at: )

Jack Hoehn wrote 3 articles (2 published as “staff”): Proposed Changes to 28 Fundamental Beliefs; Adventist Voice Concerns About Changing our Creation Statement; Freeing the First Angel and Reopening the Doors of AdventismAdventist Today, Volume 23, #2, Summer 2015 General Conference Special Issue, pages 42-47; 52.  (Available on line to Atoday members at: )

Jack Hoehn, “Post Tenebras Luxis” – Adventist Today, Volume 23, #4, Fall 2015, pages 36-41. After darkness, what? The Reformation motto claimed: After Darkness, Light. What do we do when darkness overtakes the light? What do Adventists damaged by the unfortunate decisions of the 2015 General Conference Session do now? (Available on line to Atoday members at: )

Jack Hoehn, Big Issues Over a Small Cup (Coffee and Tea),  Adventist Today, Fall 2017,  Volume 25, #3, pages 14-17. (Available on line to Atoday members at