The true measurement of a person's worth isn't what they say they believe in, but what they do in defense of those beliefs.
In 1958 Eugene Burdick and William Lederer published "The Ugly American," a novel dealing with the inept political machinations of Americans in Southeast Asia. This bestseller birthed the expression “ugly American."
In the wake of Pope Francis’ recent visit to the United States, the notion has been nurtured that real change may at last be in the offing for the Roman Catholic Church.
In light of such deadly moral contradictions, a blood moon seems to me an appropriate token of the papacy’s true character, and a present warning of what is still to come.
For over 100 years, Seventh-day Adventists have anticipated Sunday legislation in fulfillment of end-time prophecy.
When I was a kid, I used to get into all kinds of fights with my two brothers—over all kinds of silly stuff. Anybody who has brothers or sisters knows what I’m talking about.
“Beware of the greasy finger effect,” my new supervisor warned me.
Life is made up of time. That is, fragments of time when added together make up life.
Adventist scholar Laurel Damsteegt has done a thorough study into the relationship between Spiritualism and feminism in the nineteenth century.
I couldn’t help but think about Kim Davis, who recently put her job on the line to stand strong for her convictions.
As Adventists, we have an acute awareness of the God’s principles for ideal health, and we believe that, as we draw closer to our redemption, God seeks to more fully restore His image within His people.
In doing some research for another article, I happened upon a quote from an article written in Spectrum magazine after I first shared my testimony six years ago.