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  1. The Sabbath Commandment in Deuteronomy 5:12–15

    The two different forms of the Sabbath commandment in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 are complimentary, upholding the sanctity of the Sabbath and providing a powerful theological message.

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  2. October 2009

    Mystery of Life..............................10 Evidences of a Recent Creation.............12 Affirmation ... pre-scientific character of the Bible but to the limitations of science.3 Justo Gonzales defined “creationism” as ... the Christian doctrine of creation…. Ac- cording to creationists, the biblical story…of creation is ...
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    engage in false worship. Elements of Biblical Creation Theology and the Worship Imperative When we think ... about creation theologically there are several elements that come together to create what we may call ... a worship imperative for creatures. The first thing to consider is the very nature of what we see creation application/pdf attached to:(#61)1

  4. Divine Rest and the Environmental Imperative

    L. Steed explores the relationship between Sabbath keeping,  the environment, and eschatology in light of  three recent papal encyclicals: Dies Domini (1998), Caritas in Veritate (2009), and Laudato Si (2015).

    Author: Lincoln E. Steed

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

  6. Human Nature and Destiny

    Author: Miroslav M. Kiš

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  7. Seventh-day Adventists: A Brief Introduction to their Beliefs

    A brief review of the history and doctrines of the SDA church. Prepared for the dialogue with representatives of the Roman Catholic Church.

    Author: George W. Reid

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  8. Hope in Heavenly Places

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

  9. “Who is My Neighbor?”: Some Thoughts on Racism and Nationalism

    This essay offers a biblical reflection on the challenges of racism and nationalism. It addresses the concepts of race and nation in the Bible, the beauty of ethnic diversity, and some biblical responses to racism and nationalism. It concludes by pointing out that only a worldview shaped by the Scriptures can provide the solid foundation to approach race, ethnicity, and nationality on a practical basis.

    Author: Elias Brasil de Souza

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  10. Is Scripture Historically Conditioned?

    Author: Kwabena Donkor

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