How to Think Critically as a Christian

How to Think Critically as a Christian

Naisitt (1995) defines paradox as “a statement or formulation that seems contradictory or absurd but is actually valid or true.” According to this idea, the bigger the system is, the more efficient the parts must be.”+ The integration of faith and learning is one of the subjects unique to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.[1] Adventist educators vie

It’s All About My Self-ie

It’s All About My Self-ie

Deaths Caused by Selfies   I would like to begin by making it clear that I am not making this up. Now that that’s out of the way, I’ll begin by sharing an unbelievable story I recently read, entitled: “Selfie deaths: 259 people reported dead seeking the perfect picture.”[1] I don’t really know what I need to say about this other than: don’t do

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 2: Were the Pioneers Wrong?

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 2: Were the Pioneers Wrong?

Introduction  In the last article, we saw the reality that it has ever been Satan’s plan to attack the divinity of the Son of God. We also saw that a correct understanding and acceptance of this subject is inextricably tied to our salvation. Lastly, we saw what it meant for Christ to be the “only Begotten Son of God.”   What we will look at in

Numbers 19: Saved to the Udder-most

Numbers 19: Saved to the Udder-most

Stuck at Leviticus—More than Just Ceremony   In this article, we will examine one of the most popular chapters in all of Scripture—Numbers 19. Did I just say, “one of the most popular chapters”? I did, but with my tongue firmly planted in my cheek.   RELATED ARTICLE: The Gospel in the Sanctuary   Please be honest—there is no reason t

Ways God Uses Education to Reclaim You

Ways God Uses Education to Reclaim You

The light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 4:6). RELATED ARTICLE: The Seventh-day Adventist Educational Emphasis Christ the Light of Life By sin man was shut out from God. Except for the plan of redemption, eternal separation from God, the darkness of unending night, would have been his. Through the Sa