A Fantastic New Resource: The New Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA)

A Fantastic New Resource: The New Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA)

How did the work of Seventh-day Adventists start in Ghana? Who was the first single female Adventist missionary in Korea? Who were the Adventist martyrs in Europe? Who founded the Seventh-day Adventist church in Myanmar? What is the history of Avondale University College? What is the SDA Medical Cadet Corps? We now have reliable answers…

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Ecumenism and the Adventist Church

An historical overview of ecumenism followed by some reflections on how should SDAs be involved in inter-church relations. It stresses the fact that although Seventh-day Adventist Church have refused to become a member of the World Council of Churches, Adventists are not opposed to Jesus’ prayer for unity. As referred to by Jesus, unity must…

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Justification by Faith: An Adventist Understanding

Discussion of the Adventist understanding of the doctrine of Justification by faith.

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Human Nature and Destiny

Exposition of the Adventist view of Biblical on tropology.

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Ellen G. White and Sola Scriptura

Discussion of the relation between the writings of Ellen G. White and the Protestant principle Sola Scriptura.

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The Law and the Gospel

Analysis of the Adventist understanding of the role of the law in the life of the believer and the gospel of salvation by faith.

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Ellen G. White’s Ministry in the Seventh-day Adventist Church

Discussion on the Adventist interpretation of the relationship between Ellen G. White and the Bible.

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Christ at His Sanctuary

Introduction to the Adventist understanding of the sanctuary and its connection to Daniel.

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Seventh-day Adventists and the Ecumenical Movement

Exposition on the Adventist position with respect to Ecumenical movements.

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Is the General Conference Involved in Ecumenism?

The General Conference does not belong to the World Council of Churches, but it does belong to the Conference of Secretaries of the Christian World Communions. How do these organizations differ?

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