Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 4: Jesus the Prayer & Praise Receiving God

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 4: Jesus the Prayer & Praise Receiving God

In light of our last study, covering the reality of Jesus’ self-existence, we will now look at what that means, as it concerns how we should relate to Him. If indeed Jesus is Jehovah [Yahweh], this reveals clearly, why He would be worshipped throughout the entire Bible. This is significant, the reason being that if Jesus is anything but God, in the

Proof-texts in Context, Part 7: The Remnant

Proof-texts in Context, Part 7: The Remnant

The seventh installment of our Proof-texts in Context series will focus on SDA Fundamental #13—The Remnant and Its Mission. For those who would like a more detailed synopsis of why we are publishing this series, please refer to the introduction to the first installment. Without further ado, let’s proceed to our study. Ezra 9:15—“O Lord God of Israe

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 3: The Effect

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 3: The Effect

In the previous article, I concluded with the following question, “What happens when a person sees the law of God as a Heart-Beat rather than as a Strong-Arm?” And my answer was, “everything changes”. In this article, I will touch on this by summarising how a “Heart-Beat” understanding of the law of God impacts how we view some of the key tenets of

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 2: The Law

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 2: The Law

When debating the nature of sin, LGT (Last Generation Theology) proponents will often appeal to John’s words “sin is the transgression of the law.” (1 John 3:4) They will also supplement this with Ellen Whites statement that “we are given no other definition of sin in the Bible then that it is the ‘transgression of the law.’”[1] From here, the LGT

Last Generation Theology, Part 12: Ellen White on Perfection and the Last Generation

Last Generation Theology, Part 12: Ellen White on Perfection and the Last Generation

In the previous two articles from this series [Part 10: EGW on Sin and Human Nature] [Part 11: EGW on Justification and Sanctification], we looked at Ellen White’s view on salvation, zooming into her understanding of justification and sanctification/perfection. In this article, we will get an even closer look at her view of perfection, specifically

Time is Gold: New Videos Explain Theological Concepts in 7 Minutes or Less

Time is Gold: New Videos Explain Theological Concepts in 7 Minutes or Less

  How did the idea for the video series come about? I love art in various forms, and I am always engaged in some artistic hobby. It helps me stay balanced since I spend most of my time engaged in intellectual activities. The latest hobby I picked up a few years ago is nature photography. The practice enabled me to become familiar with professi