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  1. Ecumenism and the Adventist Church

    An historical overview of ecumenism followed by some reflections on how should SDAs be involved in inter-church relations. It stresses the fact that although Seventh-day Adventist Church have refused to become a member of the World Council of Churches, Adventists are not opposed to Jesus’ prayer for unity. As referred to by Jesus, unity must be based on the truth.

    Author: John Graz

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  2. 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.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

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  3. A Survey of Church History: Apostolic Fathers of Reformation

    Author: Richard W. Muller

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  4. Priesthood of Believers

    Author: Rex Edwards

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  5. Primacy of the Gospel Committee- Report

    A final report of a General Conference committee which for four years met with leaders of the 1888 Message Study Committee to review theological issues.


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  7. Posture During Prayer

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

  8. Information on the Seventh-day Adventist Reform Movement

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

  9. Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage – 2000 General Conference Session

  10. Ecclesiology Three-Volume Set

    Ecclesiology Three-Volume Set

    The Biblical Research Institute (BRI) is happy to announce the completion of its three-volume set on ecclesiology. Edited by Ángel Manuel Rodríguez, retired director of the BRI, all three volumes include biblical, theological, historical, and eschatological perspectives on the topics they examine. Volume 1 considers Seventh-day Adventist ecclesiology in connection with the biblical concept of the remnant. Volume 2 examines the concept of the church and its mission throughout Scripture and explores the fundamental bases for unity. Volume 3, just released, deals with issues that have challenged the unity of the church through the centuries: worship, ministry, and authority. This set will be especially valuable for pastors, teachers, and other church leaders.

    Editor: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez