Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Denis Fortin talks historical theology, Ellen White and the Reformation

"God has guided His people through the centuries and continues to do so today."

28 Fundamentals: Preamble

How do I open myself up to God so that He can restore in me the Spirit-led power of the early followers of the Way? And how does a worldwide denomination of 20 million worshippers participate together in this work of restoration? The answer is hinted at in the preamble to the Adventist Church’s official doctrinal statement, 28 Fundamental Beliefs.

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.

Kayle de Waal talks discipleship, reformation and Jesus

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

Sabbath protesting

Seventh-day Adventists have long been part of the ongoing reformation, adopting contemporary methods to share new-found truth. But are we still reformers today?

What grace gave

Cut the roots and the tree will fall. Does the same fate await Western civilisation?

Nicholas Miller talks the reformation, politics and social issues

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

Is this the end?

So far our denomination has followed the inexorable trajectory of organisational development—from a grassroots movement to an established institution. “Adjourning” is next. The organisation is approaching the end of its natural life cycle.

Radical

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