The Love of God Compels Us

The Love of God Compels Us

A Statement of the Biblical Research Institute Ethics Committee (BRIEC) on the Humanitarian Crisis of Refugees, Migrants, and Displaced People

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The Nature of the Human Being in Christian Theology

The Nature of the Human Being in Christian Theology by Frank M. Hasel Chapter 10 from "What Are Human Beings That You Remember Them?”.

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Adventists And Military Service: Biblical, Historical and Ethical Perspectives – Table of Contents

Adventists And Military Service: Biblical, Historical and Ethical Perspectives - Table of Contents

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No War Has Ever Done This to Us

No natural disaster, no tsunami, no earthquake, no flooding, no hurricane or famine has had this global effect. No persecution has ever forced us into this behavior.

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Uniquely His

Why is human life considered so valuable? Like the animals, we live, then die. 

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“You Shall not Kill” or “You Shall not Murder”? The Meaning of Ratsakh in the Sixth Commandment

The Decalogue is a precious gift endowed to humanity by God Himself (Exod 31:18), uttered (Exod 20:1; Deut 5:4–5, 24) and written (Exod 24:12; 31:18; Deut 5:22) by Him. It presents the foundational principles to preserve life and defines how one maintains the vertical (first four commandments) and horizontal (last six commandments) relationships that are the most valuable properties in life.

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Honorable in Business: Business Ethics from a Christian Perspective

Have you ever wondered what is “legal,” “ethical,” and “moral,” and what the differences are between these concepts? We struggle with these questions every day as business people. Laws continually change, ethics tend to drift with the tide of society, and morality is subject to interpretation. And particularly in the dynamic business environment of the…

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The Power of Choice and Life: A Short Theological Reflection

It has been said that “man has been endowed by God with the greatest and most awesome of freedoms: the freedom of choice.”1 Indeed, the ability of human beings to make meaningful choices is one of the most significant aspects of what it means to be human.

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Seventh-day Adventists and Military Service – Some Reflections on Ethical Challenges in Military Service

This article addresses some of the ethical and moral challenges the military service poses for the Adventist faith.

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