If Adventists Are ‘People of the Book,’ Which Bible Translation Is Best? All of Them, One Author Says

If Adventists Are ‘People of the Book,’ Which Bible Translation Is Best? All of Them, One Author Says

There’s an old, old joke—did I mention it was old?—in Christian circles that if the Authorized, or King James, version of the Bible was good enough for Christ and the Apostles, it should be good enough for us today.   Knowledgeable folks know it’s a joke, because they know that (a) Jesus spoke Hebrew and Aramaic, not 16th Century English and (

News Analysis: Sabbath-Case Win Latest in Series of Victories, Reversing Decades-Old Precedent

News Analysis: Sabbath-Case Win Latest in Series of Victories, Reversing Decades-Old Precedent

As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country. (Proverbs 25:25, KJV)   Clearfield, Utah, some 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, may seem like "a far country" to some readers, but the "good news" recently delivered by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, based in Denver, should refresh many a thirsty Seventh