The One Project: The ‘Jesus. All.’ Paradox (Part 3)

The One Project: The ‘Jesus. All.’ Paradox (Part 3)

It is the complex interplay between the religious factions within Adventism that gives rise to “once in a generation” ministries that have the ability to redefine the Church.[1] The One Project is potentially one such ministry. Almost since its inception, the One Project has been a lightning rod for criticism for some and for others a beacon of hop

Prophecy and the Seduction of Fortune-tellers: Reflections in 2 Peter

Prophecy and the Seduction of Fortune-tellers: Reflections in 2 Peter

Upon reflecting on the nature of prophecy, the difference between modern prognosticators (of the religious and political stripe) and the biblical prophetic word should be increasingly apparent. But have you ever asked yourself what will it look like, the fulfillment of prophecy that is? It is possible to preach something for so long and not really

The Reformation and Sola Scriptura

The Reformation and Sola Scriptura

498 years ago this week, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses on Wittenberg Church in Germany. What started out as a reform turned into a full-fledged reformation. In the annals of human history, the sixteenth century will remain a turning point that ushered in a new era of biblical literacy and spirituality. The clarion call of the Reformation was t

Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

In light of recent happenings such as the majority decision of the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the growing public acceptance of a homosexual lifestyle, and many people’s lack of clarity on sexuality from a biblical perspective, it seems apropos to revisit and reflect on our biblical belief about sexuality. Not long ago a few messages were given