Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Mark Finley talks about the Church

How can God's people navigate through divisions, disagreements and difficult issues?

Remembering 1919

A hundred years ago this month, a most significant moment in Adventist Church history took place. So why were the transcripts and testimonies from the event kept hidden for more than 50 years?

Is the Trinity pagan?

Unpacking two main arguments against the trinitarian view of the Godhead.

28 Fundamentals: Preamble

How do I open myself up to God so that He can restore in me the Spirit-led power of the early followers of the Way? And how does a worldwide denomination of 20 million worshippers participate together in this work of restoration? The answer is hinted at in the preamble to the Adventist Church’s official doctrinal statement, 28 Fundamental Beliefs.

The place of doctrine and Jesus in Christian faith

"Jesus. All."? Not so fast. As Dr Norman Young writes, "the profound depth of the truth about Jesus cannot be captured in a slogan or a grab-line, no matter how often it is repeated."

Is the Adventist Church an apostate cult?

What are we—a church or a cult?

Does our faith hang on one word?

Were early Adventist biblical scholars unsophisticated, or were they exceptionally deep thinkers and researchers? The answer may hinge on one word (and it's not one you'd think).

Practicing doctrine

It is not enough to merely believe, even if that belief is biblically true. Rather, our doctrines must have practical implications and applications.

Is doctrine dead?

Doctrine is an essential part of our Christian experience. At this time in history, however, knowledge and the role of doctrine seem to be more under threat than ever before—both outside and within the Church.

Faith the focus of Annual Council opening

One hundred and twenty-five years after the Seventh-day Adventist Church began its focus on righteousness by faith, global leaders of the 17-million member movement gathered to hear calls for consistent, expressive faith in the merits of Jesus.
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