Tag: Martin Luther

What’s wrong with being right?

While William Miller, Martin Luther and Joseph Bates contributed greatly to the understanding of Christian doctrine, none of them was right about everything they believed and taught.

2017—by the numbers

As the year draws to a close, Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on some of the highlights that defined 2017.

Adventists: Heirs to the Reformation

Justification: “to make righteous”, or “to declare righteous”? Errol Webster discusses the two radically different views.

Women of the Reformation

The role of women in the Protestant Reformation has often been ignored or treated as little more than a footnote in history. Yet many women, emboldened by the concept of a priesthood of all believers, moved beyond the roles assigned by society at large to support the Reformation and did so at great risk to themselves.

The protest is over

“Corporately, universally, we don’t need a reformation,” writes Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth. “We need a resistance movement. We need a revolution.”

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