What do LGT (Last Generation Theology) and LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) have in common?Read More
Should a Christian have a habit of arriving late to places? Does punctuality have anything to do with representing God? It is possible there are times where maybe we are doing too much during our days, maybe putting too much on our plates?Read More
Sin isn’t something we like to talk about, or even like to think about too deeply. It makes us uncomfortable and therefore it is much easier to dismiss sin as wrongdoing, a mistake or even an inherent weakness.Read More
Last month, many Seventh-day Adventists joined others to debate the legal right for Kim Davis, a Kentucky county clerk, to deny same-sex couples marriage licenses because of her religious beliefs.Read More
Many people are aware of the existence of the emerging/emergent church movement, but few know that the idea of “emerging/emergent church” goes back to the early 20th century. The emerging/emergent church movement is a tangible manifestation of a new way of thinking, a new way of doing Christianity, and a new worldview increasingly referred to as Emergence Christianity.Read More
Today, the subject of Christian unity is exceedingly popular. The ecumenical movement has never been stronger. And rather than taking the approach so many ecumenists took in the old days, which involved the crafting of delicate compromises in areas of doctrine and lifestyle expectation, the contemporary ecumenical spirit seeks togetherness not by attempting to resolve differences, but by simply ignoring them.Read More
Associate Professor of English Literature at Southwestern Adventist University Karl G. Wilcox gives a lecture at Andrews University Oct. 2012 on postmodernism and the decline of Christianity. The lecture was part of a symposium put together by the Center for Secular and Postermodern Studies (CSPS), which is a department of the Office of Adventist Mission at the General Conference. If you haven't heard of CSPS, here is its mission and general information:
To inspire, mentor, and equip Seventh-day Adventist pastors, churches and organizations to successfully lead seculars and postmoderns into a real experience with God.
CSPS exists to help the Seventh-day Adventist church better understand secular and postmodern people, explore new evangelistic methods and provide practical, relevant tools to make disciples through a real experience with God.