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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"?

Researchers remind us of past so we can shape future

Avondale authors share research for Adventist heritage celebration.

Conference remembers Pacific missionaries

Presenters came from all over the Pacific to share sometimes untold or unknown stories of Adventist mission heritage.

The Creation

"Joseph Haydn's zest for life, deep Christian faith, and musical and dramatic gifts all combined to produce a profound setting of the creation account that touches heart, mind and soul."

The irony of homeless Jesus

How a symbol of humility became a centrepiece of injustice.

Book review: “Take Me to the San”

Christian Miles' reservations of reading "Take Me to the San" were quelled as soon as she opened it. "[The book] caught my imagination—and I’ve been thinking on it ever since."

Book Review: 1919

A century removed from the 1919 Bible Conference, this new book provides a brief overview of this historical event and the legacy it created for Adventism of the 20th century.

Avondale’s journey to become a university college

Some significant milestones.

Step by step

The Kokoda Track hike was but a small part of a greater mission.
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