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

The Lineage Journey

The Lineage Journey

“No way!” thought Samppa Muchenagumbo, an 11-year old Adventist student at St. Thomas Moore Catholic School in Blaydon, England. It was an ordinary day that changed when his Religious Education teacher announced that the class would watch a short video. The teacher, himself an atheist, wanted his pupils to use the ideas in the video to expand their

The World’s Greatest Warrior Part 1

The World’s Greatest Warrior Part 1

Continual Progress Necessary Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ, to them that have obtained like precious faith with us through the righteousness of God and our Saviour Jesus Christ: Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God, and of Jesus our Lord, according as his divine power hath given unto us all thi

Last Generation Theology, Part 1: Contours and Problems

Last Generation Theology, Part 1: Contours and Problems

Perfection. One word–so much power. Power to spur unto growth, and power to discourage and demean. Power to challenge our best yet, and power to make us give up in the face of the unattainable.   “Be perfect, as God is perfect,” says Jesus in Matthew 5:48. Not only is “perfection” a powerful concept in and of itself, but it is also a biblical