Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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28 Fundamentals: Seeking justice

In God's courtroom, Satan is the prosecutor and we are the accused. But we have a lawyer . . . and, as Lesleigh Bower writes, He is "no ordinary lawyer". (Fundamental Belief #24)

Adventist Church updates copyright information

Churches around the Pacific now have access to copyright compliance information after the South Pacific Division updated the copyright information on its website.

Between the Commandments and the Sanctuary

We would expect some profound material to fill the “holy space”—those three chapters in Exodus 21–23—between the giving of the Ten Commandments and the instructions for construction of the Sanctuary. We do, but perhaps profound in ways we might not have expected.

The lawbreaker

I have come to the realisation that I have been breaking the most important commandment in the Bible. Which commandment have I been breaking? This one—"A new commandment I give you: Love one another . . ."

Nicholas Miller talks the reformation, politics and social issues

Why the Church cannot stay silent on the political and social issues of today.

Tributes flow for Lloyd McMahon

Lloyd McMahon, who provided legal advice to the Seventh-day Adventist Church for many decades, passed away in late March.

The Great Charter

Barry Harker takes us back 800 years to the first signing of Magna Carta (the "Great Charter")—a document which ushered in a new age of religious freedom and due process of law.

E-Giving gets an E-dit

God doesn’t need our money, of course, but we need to give; it’s part of being spiritually healthy. And the new e-giving systems make staying in spiritual shape easier.

Chamberlain defence lawyer honoured

Defence lawyer Stuart Tipple was awarded the 2012 President's Medal by the Law Society of New South Wales on October 25.

Eye of a needle

Many of us come to Jesus the way this man did—on our knees.
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