A Matter of Justice

A Matter of Justice

This question seems to be based on the false assumption that God did not try to save Lucifer. Perhaps the intended question is Why did God not send His Son to save fallen angels? Although the cosmic conflict is a central topic in biblical theology, there is not a detailed exposition of its origin in…

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“Spiritual Warfare” and “Deliverance Ministry” and Seventh-day Adventists: A Report of the Biblical Research Institute General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

During the past decade there has developed, particularly among charismatic Christian bodies in various places, a movement that has come to be known as “deliverance ministry” in which evil spirits—believed to control human beings who exhibit bizarre forms of human behavior—are “exorcised” or “cast out.”

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Prophets in Conflict: Issues in Authority

George Knight’s latest book is Prophets in Conflict: Issues in Authority. In “A Word to the Reader” at the start of the book, he says, “In 2017, I published Adventist Authority Wars, Ordination, and the Ro- man Catholic Temptation.

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Revelation: Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament

Sigve K. Tonstad, a prolific Adventist scholar of Norwegian origin, has published a number of books and scholarly articles in different areas. His published dissertation has positioned him well to write a commentary on the book of Revelation. Tonstad’s major interest lies in theological interpretation of biblical texts, which features prominently in all of his…

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Where Is God?

This is a valid question, and we should be able to provide guidance that will strengthen hope and faith. The question of the coexistence of a loving God in a world of suffering and evil is complex and difficult, but we have enough in the Scriptures to guide us.

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