Ellen White on Interfaith Relations

Ellen White on Interfaith Relations

God's People in Every Church The Lord has His representatives in all the churches. These persons have not had the special testing truths for these last days presented to them under circumstances that brought conviction to heart and mind; therefore they have not, by rejecting light, severed their connection with God. Many there are who have faithful

“The Remnant of Her Seed”: How Should Seventh-day Adventists View Other Christians?

“The Remnant of Her Seed”: How Should Seventh-day Adventists View Other Christians?

The recent presidential candidacy of Ben Carson has, perhaps to an unprecedented degree, catapulted Seventh-day Adventism into the spotlight of national, and even international, consciousness. Along the way, our fundamental beliefs have been put under a microscope by some, including news outlets and other places in the blogosphere. Not all of this

“Race” and the Adventist Church

“Race” and the Adventist Church

Considering the place of notions of “race,” “ethnicity,” and “culture” in the Christian Church, and in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular, first calls for clarifications. It should be noted that these three notions, which are taken for granted, are all constructed in nature. Of all three, the term “culture” can perhaps be considered the

The Impact of GYC

The Impact of GYC

Perhaps the biggest sign that GYC, sponsor of massive annual conferences for Adventist youth and young adults, has come of age is the fact that it has a museum. Granted, it’s no Smithsonian, but GYC leaders past and present have been making efforts to collect memorabilia from past conferences at the organization’s headquarters, according to Staci S

The Only Reason (Why I Love Being a Seventh-day Adventist, #17)

The Only Reason (Why I Love Being a Seventh-day Adventist, #17)

“Potlucks” “Family feel” “Haystacks” “My parents” “My teacher” “Sabbath” “Sam’s chicken” And the list goes on when a person is asked about why they are a Seventh-day Adventist. In light of the recent notoriety the denomination has been getting through media and news networks, I had to revisit this question myself: “Why are YOU a Seventh-day Adventi