Jesus taught that there is a sphere that civil authorities legitimately regulate, but another and separate sphere that belongs to God alone, into which earthly princes have no right to intrude
Adventist Christians will either be a bulwark against political correctness or we will adopt it as our own--the ultimate editing of our souls.
We believe it is time to step out boldly, for the SDA church is facing a huge iceberg of danger and needs to be warned and equipped to meet it.
"He asked me to leave. Checking my phone, hearing nothing back from my inside man, unable to cross the moat, I left."
News & Commentary
The new women's role will focus on discipleship for women and will prioritise getting women into ministry and leadership roles in Church employment,” said Glenn Townend.
Donna Dunbar was hosting a Bible study in the community room of her condo until the board passed a resolution that, “prohibits Bible Study meetings in the Social Room.” She has filed a complaint with HUD.
As a bit of an Anglo meself, I say enough with the plastic platitudes of provincialism! We need conversion, forgiveness and joy in our lives and Church.
Exactly on schedule we Adventists have arrived at the point where we’re not quite so sure about ourselves anymore. The evidences of it have become increasingly apparent and continue to grow.
The first Sabbath of the next quarter is April 7. We would like to invite all readers on F7 to join together in this day of fasting and prayer from “evening unto evening,” the entire Sabbath of April 7.
Scripture has not changed, but the culture has changed radically. Those who would conform to the culture find themselves needing to radically re-interpret the word of God.
Ellen White did not, by the example of her life, disrupt the biblical pattern of male spiritual headship in the church.
Consistent with her oft-repeated statement that she was “a lesser light to lead men and women to the greater light” of Scripture, Ellen White taught nothing contradictory to the scriptural principles we have discussed so far in this series.
We come now to the central issue in the ordination debate: whether candidates for the Christian Church’s headship offices of elder and bishop/overseer must be male