Archaeology, Women and the Early Church

Archaeology, Women and the Early Church

On Monday, February 27, 2017, at Andrews University, Dr. Randall W. Younker, professor of Archaeology at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, presented a lecture on the topic of “Archaeology, Women and the Early Church.”  Below is a summary of Younker's findings, which he plans to publish later in a series of articles. Initially inspired

The Compass Headlines 01-26-2017

The Compass Headlines 01-26-2017

Adventist Church Continues to Wrestle with Women’s Ordination Despite the vote not to allow the North American Division to ordain women to the Gospel ministry at the 2015 General Conference in San Antonio, it appears the church has yet to put the issue to rest. According to the recent GC/NAD statement, "the group agreed that there will be ongoing c

2016.12.30 The Compass Magazine at GYC 2016: Friday Report

2016.12.30 The Compass Magazine at GYC 2016: Friday Report

Generation of Youth for Christ, held over the weekend of December 29 - January 1 in Houston, Texas, continued its power-packed, Bible-centric series of plenary sessions, workshops, and seminars on Friday, December 30, the second day of the conference.   Randy Skeete continued his series of morning devotionals with a message entitled, “The Valu

The Compass Headlines 12-05-2016

The Compass Headlines 12-05-2016

Theology Matters:  Bible-Based Churches Are Growing Last month, Maclean’s—the Canadian celebrated magazine on cultural trends—reported on an exclusive study that looked at growth trends among Canadian churches.  While churches that espoused Christian orthodoxy were growing, liberal leaning churches were in decline.  For Seventh-day Adventists, this