My name is Rory Hall, and I am a Seventh-day Adventist. This sentence summarizes a dramatic change in lifestyle, relationships and habits; in other words it is a summary of the power of God to save and transform lives.
In the first of several articles, a veteran denominational theologian explains why the book of Ezra should be understood chronologically rather than thematically, an issue directly related to classic Adventist prophetic interpretation.
Many in conservative Christian circles have been badly shaken by the recent marital breakup and renouncing of Christianity by the one generally regarded as the leading founder of what has come to be called the evangelical “purity movement.” Could these tragic events have been collateral damage from the implosion of the man-made social paradigm that first made him famous?
Plan to join Pastor Diamond Garcia at the Canon City (CO) Seventh-day Adventist Church in two weeks for a powerful and stirring series on getting ready for Jesus’ coming. For further information call or text Pastor Diamond at (808) 953-0483 or e-mail him at <email@example.com>
A closer look at a much-abused Ellen White statement.
The call to Christian perfection must never fail to make a clear distinction between the written counsel of God and the taboos and expectations of popular culture, even if the latter wears a conservative label.
“The greatest want of the world is the want of men—-men who will not be bought or sold, men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name, men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.”
Ellen G. White, Education, p. 57