Creation and the Three Angels’ Message

“Deus Caritas Est”: Pope Benedict XVI’s Encyclical Letter

What does it mean to say that God is love? The article provides a critical review of Pope Benedict's Encyclical, Deus Caritas Est, with particular reference to its implications for Church-State relations.

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Is God Responsible for COVID-19?

With the challenge of COVID-19 has come questions and statements about the role of God in natural disasters and pandemic outbreaks.

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God in 3 Persons – In Theology

Within the past decade or so, the doctrine of the Trinity has become an issue both in the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in the wider Evangelical world. Within the latter, the resurgence of Trinitarian discussions seems to center around the question of subordination with some links to gender issues.

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Worship: The Center of the Three Angels’ Messages — Part 2

This article focuses on God and the rightfulness of His demand for worship as well as the fairness of His judgment on those who engage in false worship.

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Worship: The Center of the Three Angel’s Messages — Part 1

The call to worship God is an important element of the first angel's message. The author of this article focuses on the theological relationships among creation, worship, and judgment.

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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.

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Contemporary Responses to Sola Scriptura: Implications for Adventist Theology

Sola scriptura was the Protestant Reformers' battle cry. Today, both positively and negatively, Protestant theologians respond differently to the original formulation of Reformers' principle, depending on the view they take on the Bible. This article explores the reasons behind the different contemporary responses to the sola scripture principle, and the implications for theology today.

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Predestination, Foreknowledge and Human Freedom

Predestination and foreknowledge are two different issues. In the Bible, God's foreknowledge simply enabled Him to put in place a plan of salvation that would be affected through a relationship with Christ (Eph 1:4).

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