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

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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Jesus of Nazareth: His Life, His Message, His Passion – Table of Contents

Jesus of Nazareth: His Life, His Message, His Passion - Table of Contents

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God in 3 Persons – In The Old Testament

The Christian doctrine of God is important, yet difficult to comprehend and explain. This is not surprising because the finite human mind cannot fully comprehend the infinite God. At the center of the doctrine of God is the Godhead or Trinity, by which is meant that “God eternally exists as three persons, Father, Son, and…

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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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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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Books on Prophecy

The author of the books in this review is Edwin de Kock, who was born in South Africa in 1930, but has been a United States citizen since 2000. He graduated with honors from the theological course at Helderberg College in 1950. He also holds an MA in Afrikaans and Dutch literature, and a Licentiate…

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Future Glory

All down through history Bible prophecy has sparked new religious movements. Why so many interpretations? In this volume Ángel Rodríguez brings the latest scholarship to bear on the time prophecies of Daniel, Revelation, and Matthew 24.

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Worthwhile Reading on the Creation-Evolution Debate

A number of helpful books on creation, from both Adventist and non-Adventist authors, are summarized and reviewed, including the updated edition of Harold Coffin’s Origin by Design, Faith, Reason and Earth History by Leonard Brand, and Creation, Catastrophe and Calvary, edited by John Templeton Baldwin.

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Third International Bible Conference Tour Book

The land of Israel (Eretz Yisrael) lies on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It extends for 260 miles (418 km) from north to south, and between 12 and 72 miles (19 and 115 km) from east to west. With 8,020 square miles (20,771 km2 ) it is about half the size of Switzerland.

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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…

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