Self-discipline in Science and Scripture: A Weekend Series at AU

Self-discipline in Science and Scripture: A Weekend Series at AU

Chad and Fadia Kreuzer, a husband-wife team of globetrotting evangelists, seminar speakers, and documentary makers, recently visited Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan and conducted a three-part, weekend series entitled Self-discipline in Science and Scripture. Revive, a vespers and outreach fellowship on campus, hosted the event. This

Follow to Know the Lord

Follow to Know the Lord

A Message to the Young and Old I am glad to have the privilege of meeting with those that have gathered here today. I feel an earnest desire that every one of you shall be victorious in the struggle against evil. For many years I have been laboring for the salvation of souls. I began this work at a very early age, and all through my life the Lord h

Christ Our Pattern

Christ Our Pattern

The Youth to Be Like Christ I have a deep interest in the youth, and I greatly desire to see them striving to perfect Christian characters, seeking by diligent study and earnest prayer to gain the training essential for acceptable service in the cause of God. I long to see them helping one another to reach a higher plane of Christian experience. RE

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 7: Sinless Obedience and the Last Generation

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 7: Sinless Obedience and the Last Generation

As we noted in our last article, a popular claim among opponents of Last Generation Theology is that this doctrinal construct is based primarily on Ellen White rather than the Bible. By now it should be clear that while the writings of Ellen White strongly support this particular theology, substantial Biblical evidence in both Testaments lies at it

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 3: The Human Nature of Christ

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 3: The Human Nature of Christ

Many don’t realize it, but the very first doctrine articulated in the New Testament is that of Christ’s human nature: The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham (Matt. 1:1).[1] People often wonder why the writers of Scripture included those long lists of genealogies—the “begats,” as some call them. I believe on

How Did Christ Overcome Temptation?

How Did Christ Overcome Temptation?

Satan Cannot Compel to Sin The tempter thought to take advantage of Christ's humanity, and urge Him to presumption. But while Satan can solicit, he cannot compel to sin. He said to Jesus, “Cast Thyself down,” knowing that he could not cast Him down; for God would interpose to deliver Him. Nor could Satan force Jesus to cast Himself down. Unless Chr