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  1. Biblical Doctrine of Inspiration and Authority

    A careful theological review.

    Author: Frank B. Holbrook

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  2. The Trinity in Scripture

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

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  3. The Biblical Sabbath: The Adventist Perspective

    A study of the biblical foundation of the Seventh-day Sabbath and its perpetuity. The paper also investigates and explains several controversial texts in regard to the Sabbath.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  4. (#54)2.pdf

    have the wide gamut of creation included and, with the invocation of creation authority, an easy ... must by definition reach throughout creation. Ama- currently describes Divine Rest for Human ... pressures.1 This thinking on the Sabbath permeates three recent papal documents: Dies Domini (1998), Caritas application/pdf attached to:(#54)2

  5. Salvation by Faith

    Foundational statement on salvation by faith.

    Author: Jan Paulsen

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  6. Colossians 1:15

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

  7. Stewardship: Resources and Responsibility

    Author: Walter R. Scragg

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  8. Postmodernism: An Adventist Assessment and a Response

    It is common knowledge that postmodern thought advocates relativism. What is not commonly known, however, is the path that has led contemporary western culture to its current intellectual situation. This article traces this path, and in the process shows the serious challenges that postmodern thinking poses for Adventist theology.

    Author: Kwabena Donkor

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  9. (#60)BN.pdf

    History of Sunday from the New Testament to the New Creation (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2017), 156 pp. ... both Revelation 1:10 and the Didache (a very early Christian document first published in 1883, dated to ... affirmed the authority of the Roman Cath- olic Church. Adventist pastors and scholars will appreciate the application/pdf attached to:(#60)BN

  10. Daniel: The Seer of Babylon

    In this new commentary by biblical scholar Gerhard Pfandl, the author sets us down in once-mighty Babylon, with its 53 temples and 955 smaller sanctuaries. We survey the ruins of the large (170' x 56') banquet hall of Belshazzar and the remains of Nebuchadnezzar's statue on the plain of Dura. But more important, Pfandl provides the keys to unlock Daniel's prophecy of the 2300 days, the 70 weeks, and the 1260/1335 days. The author champions the historicist year/day principle, showing how Daniel unfolds the future in symbol. He explains how the medieval apostasy predicted by Daniel birthed a persecuting power whose false teaching obscures the atoning sacrifice of Christ. He cites non-Adventist scholars who affirm that Daniel 8 teaches a pre-Advent judgment, and refutes Adventist innovators who project the 1260 days into the future.

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

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