Newsweek Cover Story Blasts Reliability of Bible

Newsweek Cover Story Blasts Reliability of Bible

Newsweek magazine starts 2015 attacking the veracity of the Bible. The magazine's cover story for January 2015—“The Bible: So Misunderstood It’s a Sin”—attempts to show the illegitimacy of the Bible as a trustworthy and divinely inspired book. While acknowledging the historicity of the Sabbath (Saturday) and its subsequent change to Sunday, Newswee

Pope Francis Brokers Deal Between the U.S. and Cuba

Pope Francis Brokers Deal Between the U.S. and Cuba

In a historic move, the U.S. and Cuba have agreed to bridge the 50-year old divide between the countries and restore full diplomatic relations. The key figure in this deal was the Vatican. According to the NYTimes, [Pope] Francis is being credited for helping bridge the divide by first sending letters to President Obama and President Raúl Castro of

The Bible, Man, and Work

The Bible, Man, and Work

Work is writ large throughout the Bible. From Genesis to Revelation, man is to work (Gen. 2; cf. Prov. 19:15; 2 Thess. 3:6-12). The idle man is not looked upon favorably either in Scripture or in society. The alarming increase of unemployed men has generated a plethora of articles and debates. As of today, 16 percent of American men are not employe

CBS Interfaith Broadcast to Feature Seventh-day Adventists

CBS Interfaith Broadcast to Feature Seventh-day Adventists

On Sunday, Dec. 14, the CBS channel will air an interfaith program that will feature the Sikhs, Mennonites, and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The producers traveled to Silver Spring, MD, to interview some church leaders about the Adventist church. On the program, producers interview: Ella Smith Simmons, Vice President of the General Conference

Ellen White for a New Generation

Ellen White for a New Generation

Several years ago, the Barna Group conducted a survey among pastors of several denominations to find books and authors that have influenced them most. The survey states: The under-40 pastors championed several authors who were not ranked highly by older church leaders. Those authors included business consultant James Collins, seminary professor Tho

California Sued for Demanding That Churches Cover Abortion

California Sued for Demanding That Churches Cover Abortion

In yet another swipe at the people’s fundamental freedom, the state of California has ordered churches to cover abortion. As reported by Casey Mattox, a senior counsel in The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), California’s Department of Managed Health Care has ordered all insurance plans in the state to immediately begin covering elective abortion.

Adventist Hospital Fights Ebola in Liberia

Adventist Hospital Fights Ebola in Liberia

When all the other hospitals closed due to the outbreak of Ebola, the Seventh-day Adventist Cooper Hospital in Liberia remained open. Now from the front lines of fighting Ebola, Drs. Gillian Seton and James Appel share their experiences and recommendations to the World Health Organization (WHO) on how to fight this disease. Watch their presentation