The Trinity in Seventh-day Adventist History

This is a condensed overview of the history and development of Seventh-day Adventist understanding of the Godhead.

Merlin D. Burt

The Truth About Hell

In Isaiah 14:15 the word “grave” in the phrase “brought down to the grave” (NCV)1 is also translated as “hell” (KJV) and “Sheol” (NKJV). What is Sheol?

Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

The Two Witnesses of Revelation 11

The two witnesses of Revelation 11 have been interpreted differently. This article suggests that they basically stand for the Scriptures of the Old Testament and New Testament.

Ekkehardt Mueller

The Unity of the Bible

Discussion on the theological significance of the unity of the Bible.

Gerhard F. Hasel

The Wedding Band, Ellen G. White, and the Seventh-day Adventist Church

What is Ellen G. White's counsel on the use of the wedding band and how has it been understood by the world church?

Roger W. Coon

The Wrath of God

How can God's wrath be reconciled with His love?

Frank Hasel

The Year-Day Principle

Unitl the 19th century the year-day principle was used by most students of the apocalyptic books Daniel and Revelation. What is the Biblical foundation for the year-day principle?

Gerhard Pfandl

Theology, Ethics, and Church Growth

Church growth is one of the most important contemporary challenges of the 21st century. In order to know how we should address this issue, the author invites us to reflect, from an ethical and theological perspective, on the challenges we face and will face in some areas of the world where church growth is moderate or intensive.

Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

Thinking Biblically and the Pastoral Ministry

This article is an assessment of doctrinal literacy among laity and clergy in the Seventh-day Adventist church. It suggests a particular understanding of "biblical thinking" as the solution to what is perceived as doctrinal illiteracy in the church.

Fernando Canale