What if cleaning your shoes on Sabbath morning was the great test by which your eternal destiny was decided? I’m not saying that it will be. But, what if it was?
Several years ago my children went to a party that had a clown who made balloon art. Now, I’m sure that no one can go to college and take classes in balloon art, but this guy had everybody—even the adults—mesmerized with the different things he could make using balloons.
A recent article in a prominent church publication invites a serious misunderstanding of the faith-and-works issue as Scripture presents it.
When studying familiar passages such as the parables of Luke 15--the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the prodigal son--we risk falling into the trap of studying the Bible while already prejudiced to the conclusions drawn from the reading.
On November 3, 2015 Pastor Rick Howard passed to his rest at 6:00 a.m. He was the author of "The Omega Rebellion" and "Meet It!"
When we read of what might have been experienced at the Minneapolis Conference in 1888 and during the years immediately following, we sense what a tragic loss it was to the church.
In terms of the decision to disinvite you to campus, it was a decision that really did require moral courage and wisdom as I was well aware of how this decision would be perverted by some to create a negative firestorm on Social Media, for example.
Why, I wonder, would a professedly Christian professor choose to expose his students to the thoughts and teachings of a fool?
I never dreamed I’d see the day when a Seventh-day Adventist would be a front-running presidential candidate.
Dare we even suggest that the Sabbath has lost its significance?
All this rain has got me thinking about what the Bible calls the “latter rain.” It’s exciting stuff, and you and I could be a part of it . . . if we wanted to be.
Relativistic thinking has been a notable factor in very recent (and continuing) Seventh-day Adventist controversies.