Tuesday, October 26, 2021
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Servant: a biblical mandate for the importance of service

Did you know there are about 1600 references to variations of the word serve or servant in the Bible? It must be an important concept!

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.

Kayle de Waal talks discipleship, reformation and Jesus

The head of Avondale Seminary says the Church is in dire need of a "third reformation".

The unfinished Reformation

"The best days of the Reformation lie ahead," writes Dr Barry Harker.

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."

Why listen to the Reformers?

It’s been almost 500 years since the Reformation started with Martin Luther. Why should we care what the Protestant reformers thought or taught today?

Radical

From which group did Seventh-day Adventists inherit their spiritual DNA? The answer might surprise you.

95

October 31 is a very special date. It's the anniversary of the way we think, the way we pray, and the way we understand what Christ has done for us.
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