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Gilbert Valentine on the new Adventist history—and that big J N...

The accomplished writer and Adventist historian opens up about his most recent work and the importance of "revisionist history" to Adventists today.

Two false teachings

What did our Adventist pioneers—including Ellen White herself—have to say regarding her "infallibility"?

Michael Campbell talks 1919 in 2019

The church history academic and author explains why a Bible Conference held 100 years ago still matters today.

Captain Jack finally sets sail

Captain Jack Radley and the Heyday of the Fleet is primarily the work of Rose-Marie Radley, daughter of one of the fleet’s dominant figures, Jack Radley.

Second history conference sends ‘Waves across the Pacific’

The second "Waves Across the Pacific: uncovering Adventist mission" conference has been held at Fiji's Fulton College, exploring Adventist Mission history.

Why listen to the Reformers?

It’s been almost 500 years since the Reformation started with Martin Luther. Why should we care what the Protestant reformers thought or taught today?

TED president talks ordination

How do you condense 700 pages of research into a one hour lecture? On Tuesday, Dr Bertil Wiklander, president of the Trans-European Division, made a valiant attempt as he shared the results of his two-year search for the biblical roots of ordination.

First steps: AUC to produce pioneer DVD series

A dramatised DVD series is being developed to bring to life the colourful characters, significant events and momentous challenges that faced the small group of believers who began the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
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