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Increasing numbers of persons think of themselves as Adventists by heritage or tradition rather than by conviction.
Folau decided not to appeal Rugby Australia's decision to tear up his four-year, $4m contract.
Duffy is making a political statement, and it is clear, since his examples are Americans—Sergei Brin, Steve Jobs—that the statement is aimed at the United States.
Shows like “Game of Thrones” are threat not only to the Christian religion, but to the American Republic.
While we differ with the NAD on several things, we salute them in their concerns about the religious freedom implications of the treacherous bill and the liberal tsunami that drives it.
None of us are part of the Body of Christ apart from repentance. Only one of the two thieves crucified alongside of Jesus will be in the Kingdom on That Day—the repentant one.
Elder Wilson appeals to all Adventists to pray for the situation in Burundi, where Adventist Church officials have been arrested and harassed.
Dr. Ervin Taylor, the co-founder and guiding influence of “Adventist Today,” passed away on May 9, 2019, at the age of 81.
The First Amendment not only protects our freedom to speak words the government doesn’t like, but also prohibits the government from compelling us to say words or promote ideas we don’t believe.
The only real “Russia threat” is that they won’t go along with the most bitter extremes of the Sexual Revolution.
One person was killed and three others were taken to the hospital after a bus carrying the Oakwood University “Aoelians” was involved in a collision on Highway 101 in California
Why come to a WCAS meeting? Choose a WCAS event near you to hear the uplifting beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church presented by laity just like you.
There is a war on Christianity, and persecution of Christians grows more fierce with each passing year.
“We must also celebrate rest, especially from buying and selling, by returning to a focus on keeping the Sabbath.”
Once the blackened door of moral license swung open to admit homosexuality and gay marriage, the damage was done. Utter cultural defilement was inevitable.
There is segment of liberal Adventism that is locked in a strange game of race-to-the-bottom. One-upmanship. Or more accurate, one-downmanship.
Last month, 300 United Methodist clergy and laymen gathered outside their denomination’s regional headquarters in Garner, N.C., to protest a recent vote that bans LGBT people from marriage and ordination.
Those who claim your SUV is cooking the planet are coming right out and admitting that the whole thing is about socialism.
When a person’s opinion is based on culture and not on the Bible, there is room for an unlimited display of human devising. Just make it up as you go along.
A new station has joined the Adventist satellite television universe: Quo Vadis TV
On Wednesday, April 18, 1906, a massive earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 7.9 on the Richter Scale destroyed much of the city of San Francisco, California.
Despite a broad trend toward secularization, intense religion—strong affiliation, regular church attendance, daily prayer, belief that the Bible is the word of God—remains remarkably tenacious in the United States.
Following Jesus now means cherishing the light we have received. Paul explains the reason people will be lost in the last days: “because they did not receive the love of the truth” (2 Thess. 2:10).
No word yet on whether they have a special class for thieves, idolaters or extortioners and their allies (1 Cor 6:9-10).
They do not have a message and mission to the world, their goal is to draw off members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church into their group.
The Seventh-day Adventist church has historically distanced itself from celebrating Roman ceremonies, such as Easter sunrise services and special days dedicated to various saints.
As you hide the Word of God in your hearts, you will find that He will become more and more real to you and you will find that there is no other way to accept the Word of God than to take it literally.
There are costs to every form of energy, including those that do not emit any pollutants when they are generating power.
This satanic game is currently played by more than 250 million people of all ages, and is the number one searched-for topic on YouTube.
This is the first such recommendation from Potomac since the Annual Council Compliance Document vote last fall at Battle Creek (October 14).