Reimagining Adventism Part 6c: Creation and Absurdity

Reimagining Adventism Part 6c: Creation and Absurdity

Those who are devoid of purpose will make the void their purpose. - Friedrich Nietzche   In the last two articles, we explored a meaningful way to approach creation with emerging post-church culture. We have seen that in our contemporary age, two approaches to human origin exist. One is the modernist approach that places its faith in science a

A Love that Scatters Snares

A Love that Scatters Snares

Have you ever been the victim of a hateful snare? I am going to guess yes. Not because I know you, but because I know a little about human nature. Life throws us surprises, and in the many days and nights of our breath, a chain of events will at some point or another bring us on the threshold of duplicity. We may even be the ones casting the bait.

What Two Speakers at the 1888 Message Study Committee’s Conference Taught Me About Faith in God — And About God’s Faith in Man

What Two Speakers at the 1888 Message Study Committee’s Conference Taught Me About Faith in God — And About God’s Faith in Man

The recent 2018 conference of the 1888 Message Study Committee offered a rich assortment of messages designed to strengthen the faith of believers in what Ellen G. White called "a most precious message." In the first installment of my report on this event, I gave a general overview of the sessions presented. In this installment, I will employ a mor

As the Doors Were Closing

As the Doors Were Closing

When we read through the Bible, we usually look for a lesson, for clues to help us better understand God's word and Jesus' sacrifice. Sometimes, it's easy for us to grasp a new understanding, the meaning of a new passage. But other times, it can be difficult to see what the Lord meant. I often find that a way which God chooses to reveal Himself to