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28 Fundamentals: Why the Sabbath?

Are we, as Sabbath-keepers, fuelling the idea of "Sabbath bondage"? (Fundamental Belief #20)

Is the Trinity pagan?

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

A day in the life of a . . . missionary...

Next year will mark 40 years of mission service for Australians Clif and Karen Maberly.

The Ten: Biblical places that still exist today

You know of Egypt. What about Malta and Ephesus? These are just a few of the biblical places that you can still visit today.

Adventist youth ‘be the sermon’, break records

Hundreds of thousands of Adventist young people shared Jesus’ love in 132 countries for Global Youth Day on Sabbath, March 21, setting a new record that surpassed organisers’ expectations.

Egypt may classify Adventists as non-Christian

Seventh-day Adventist Church officials in Egypt are seeking prayers as they reach out to the government and local media to stop a bill that would classify the Adventist Church as a non-Christian denomination.

Nile Union Academy volunteers evacuated

Six adults and two children were evacuated August 16 from the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Nile Union Academy in Cairo ahead of nearby protest marches.

In Egypt, mob burns Adventist Church in Assiut

The burning of a Seventh-day Adventist Church in the city of Assiut during rioting last night was not part of a wider, organized political movement, local church officials said.

Adventists meet new president of Egypt

Pastor Llew Edwards, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Egypt and Sudan, met with Egypt's new president, Dr Mohammed Morsi, on June 27.

Adventists offer condolences for Coptic Pope

Leaders from the Seventh-day Adventist world church’s department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty offered condolences to the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria on the passing of Pope Shenouda III, Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of All Afric
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