Core Tenets Of The Trinity

“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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A Question About Judgment

When I read the Old Testament prophets, there are so many references to judgment, punishment, and destruction that I wonder, What’s the purpose of it all?

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Deuteronomy 22:5

The passage you refer to reads: "A woman must not wear men's clothing, nor a man wear women's clothing, for the Lord your God detests anyone who does this" (NIV).

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Irony in Scripture

Rhetorical features such as irony, sarcasm, and hyperbole are used in modern languages but also in Scripture. Recognizing them helps us to better understand the Bible.

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“He is Not God of the Dead, but of the Living.” How Should we Understand Jesus’ Saying?

Jesus’ saying, extending from Mark 12:24 to 12:27, relates to the resurrection of the dead. For our study, only verses 26–27 are relevant: Jesus’ saying, extending from Mark 12:24 to 12:27, relates to the resurrection of the dead.

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The E. G. White Counsel on Versions of the Bible

Did Ellen White use Bible translations other than the King James Version? This brief report by Arthur L. White, her grandson, answers the question.

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Seventh-day Adventist Polity: Its Historical Development

When the 20 delegates from six conferences assembled in Battle Creek, Michigan, for the first General Conference Session of Seventh-day Adventists on May 20, 1863, they represented 3,500 members. Virtually all of them lived in the northeastern or midwestern United States.

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The Church and Society

“Justice” in Micah 6:8 means more than general faithfulness in human relations. It intends strict equity, absolute fairness, and even redress with regard to the rights of all.

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The Church and Worship

James F. White observes: "Take away Christian worship, and it is hard to conceive of Christianity as long enduring." If this be true Christianity in general, it is certainly true of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular.

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