Up-and-Coming Women of Adventism: Claudia Allen, Champion for Social Justice

Up-and-Coming Women of Adventism: Claudia Allen, Champion for Social Justice

Question 1: Can you share a little about yourself and your background? How long have you been an Adventist?   Well, I’m an African-American and I was born in Illinois so I’m from the Midwestern part of the United States. My dad is from the southside of Chicago, Illinois and my mom grew up on the westside of Chicago. My grandmother is from Detr

October 17, 2019 Jesus and Politics,  Pre-Opening Address

October 17, 2019 Jesus and Politics, Pre-Opening Address

  Introduction Attorney James Standish began his address by warning the audience that his presentation may be considered too controversial for some Adventists but he continued by proposing that Christianity as a faith cannot be simply lived out as “private piety” but that it must also impact the public square.   Standish then pointed out

Adventism 202, Part 8: How to Pick the Right Bible for Yourself

Adventism 202, Part 8: How to Pick the Right Bible for Yourself

Recap For a series of this length, it is good to periodically include a recap or two. We’ve covered a lot of material so far and below is a brief synopsis. In part one of the series, we covered the importance of theology and why it is absolutely crucial to move away from simply professing belief in a list of doctrines to actually see the interconne

January 12, 2019 – “Jesus and Politics”

January 12, 2019 – “Jesus and Politics”

On Sabbath afternoon of January 12, 2019 a presentation and panel discussion was held at Buller Hall located at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI. The event was entitled “Jesus and Politics: Civic Lessons from the Sermons on the Mount.”   Even though the weather was quite uncooperative with heavy snow fall and freezing temperatures (ty