Saturday, December 7, 2019
Tags Theology

Tag: theology

Two false teachings

What did our Adventist pioneers—including Ellen White herself—have to say regarding her "infallibility"?

Creation care

Jarrod Stackelroth makes a case for a theocentric approach to environmental care.

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.

Abortion law: Adventist leaders active behind the scenes

Seventh-day Adventist leaders are corresponding with politicians and working together with other Christian organisations as the New South Wales state parliament considers a bill to remove abortion from its criminal code.

Remembering 1919

A hundred years ago this month, a most significant moment in Adventist Church history took place. So why were the transcripts and testimonies from the event kept hidden for more than 50 years?

Book Review: The Sonship of Christ

Energetic and fast-paced, this book contains some "big ideas in an easy-to-read presentation".

Avondale scholar writes for new Seventh-day Adventist Bible commentary

Avondale College's head of Theology Dr Kayle de Waal interviews his colleague, Dr David Tasker, about his contribution to the new Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary.

28 Fundamentals: True creationism

Why it's so much more than arguing against evolution. (Fundamental Belief #6)

The theology of dirt

Jesus uses mud to heal, to create and to bring new life. Do we need to develop a theology of dirt?

George Knight talks last-generation theology and Adventism today

Would Ellen White find acceptance in the Seventh-day Adventist Church today? Dr George Knight doesn't think so.
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