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  1. Is Scripture Historically Conditioned?

    Author: Kwabena Donkor

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  2. July 2005

    document’s affirmation of our historic, biblical position of belief in a literal, recent, six-day Creation ... 1 Document on Creation Voted by the Annual Council 2004.......... 2 Current Events: Recent Resurgence of ... Religions Liberty Document on cReation VoteD By the annual council 2004 The document we are sharing with ...
  3. Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists

    The official statement of core beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists.

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

    Author: Roy E. Gane

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Justification by Faith: An Adventist Understanding

    Author: Peter M. van Bemmelen

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