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  1. Is the Sabbath Part of the “New Covenant”?

    Author: Roy E. Gane

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  2. Genesis 1 and the Building of the Israelite Sanctuary

    Scholars have identify some interesting connections between Genesis 1 and the construction of the Israelite sanctuary. This study examines them and explores their significance for an Adventist view of the Israelite sanctuary.

     

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  3. Reflections on Worship in Revelation 4 and 5

     

    This article looks at one of the many worship scenes in Revelation and discusses the theology of worship and its implications for us today.

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  4. Reflections on the Doctrine of the Trinity

    Explores why the coming of Jesus affects our understanding of God's nature as revealed in the Scriptures.

    Author: Raoul Dederen

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  5. Jesus and Divorce and Remarriage in Matthew 19

    "What did Jesus think about divorce and remarriage and what are the implications for us?"

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  6. A Reply to "What do the Scriptures say about the Sabbath?"

    A careful review and reply to the arguments on which the worldwide Church of God based its abandonment of the Seventh-day Sabbath.

    Author: Frank B. Holbrook

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  7. October 2004

    faith-affirming perspective. • A creation/flood model should inspire us to look at scientific data in new ways. ... covering the period from 1845 to 1915. The White Estate Document File consists of more than eighty-five ... creation. We share those statements with you not only to keep you informed concerning developments in the ...
  8. Justification by Faith: An Adventist Understanding

    Author: Peter M. van Bemmelen

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  9. The Bible and the Church: Revisiting the Obvious

    This hermeneutical reflection argues that only the Scriptures are capable of leading the church out of the maze of so many ethical options and theological points of view vying for acceptance. In a culture of relativism and consumerism, we should take seriously the self-authenticating claims of the Bible. By submitting to the Scriptures' absolute authority, will the church be able to solve her theological and practical quandaries and remain united under the lordship of Jesus Christ?

    Author: Elias Brasil de Souza

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  10. What the Biblical Text Meant and What It Means

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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