Dumpster Diving for the Divine?

Dumpster Diving for the Divine?

A woman accidentally threw her wedding rings out with the trash. Colleen Dyckman, from Long Island, New York, USA, accidentally swept her engagement ring and wedding band into the garbage can while cooking for her family at home on Sunday evening. On Monday morning, when the 48-year-old realized what had happened, she chased the garbage truck to th

The Bible: A Treasure Chest

The Bible: A Treasure Chest

“The entrance of thy words giveth light; it giveth understanding unto the simple.” (Psalm 119:130) It is of consequence to every one to know what the Bible teaches. Like the noble Bereans, we should search the Scriptures carefully, prayerfully, to become acquainted with the utterances of God. We should inquire, not what the minister, the church, or

Book Review: “Saying ‘No’ to God” by Matthew Korpman

Book Review: “Saying ‘No’ to God” by Matthew Korpman

The blessing that God bestowed upon Jacob brings us face to face with the fact that God wants a fight.—Peter Rollins   Matthew J. Korpman’s latest book—Saying No to God: A Radical Approach to Reading the Bible Faithfully—is a compelling and stunning dance between the axiomatic and the uncomfortable. On the one hand, much of what is in the book

Adventism 202, Part 3: Searching for God’s “John Hancock” in the Bible

Adventism 202, Part 3: Searching for God’s “John Hancock” in the Bible

In the previous article, I proposed that one of the major problems in Adventism today is a lack of deep understanding of our doctrines as a holistic system. Many Adventists seem to think that our teachings are simply a list of beliefs (the 28 Fundamentals). Furthermore, because many Adventists do not have a systematic understanding of our doctrines