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19 May 2019 | As he was executed by the state of Tennessee on Thursday, Adventist Elder Don Johnson sang the Christian chorus “Soon And Very Soon.” As he sang about “no more dying there” and about redemption and love the inmate was killed by lethal injection. “After his voice stopped, Johnson’s mouth opened wide, […]
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Dear Editor: The 13 May 2019 Adventist Today web article “On Evangelism,” (Loren Seibold and Monte Sahlin) is an accurate account of how many of us who have who have experience in a parish view visiting evangelists. Our conclusions in such matters have been formed by what we have seen. Many who have served in […]
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by Larry Downing  |  19 May 2019  | In the process of “ritting out” my bookcases (ritt out” is an expression my Carlisle, Pennsylvania, parishioners employed when they spoke of cleaning out a closet or attic) I rescued from the dark regions of my library several books authored by Adventist pioneers. One of these tomes caught my attention, […]
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  Dear Adventist Today readers: I’m inserting this note to tell you that we are right now conducting our spring fundraiser. Adventist Today is largely a volunteer organization, but if we’re going to continue to provide you with stimulating news—often news you get nowhere else—and fascinating commentary by some of the best writers in the […]
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17 May 2019  | Dear Aunt Sevvy, Is there ever an appropriate time to express an opinion or talk to your spouse about their appearance? I’m not talking about modesty, but what if your spouse is letting their health or appearance go? Can you say, “This would look better,” or “I wish you would try […]
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by Ronald Lawson   |  17 May 2019  |   Introduction Seventh-day Adventism was born in America. Its forerunner, Baptist lay preacher William Miller, had gathered a considerable following as a result of his preaching throughout New England and upstate New York that Christ would return on October 22, 1844. Although Miller had stated that it was […]
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by Elle Berry  |  16 May 2019  | I’m not sure if you have heard—but chivalry is dead. Or at least this is an often-voiced concern I hear from certain quadrants of the populace, perhaps as a distressed pushback to the alleged feminist agenda. So far as I understand the matter, there is a mounting […]
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SILVER SPRING, MD (5-16-19) – During a recent summit held in Geneva, Switzerland, Jonathan Duffy, president for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) joined hundreds of interfaith world leaders to discuss fostering inclusivity and countering hate speech to enhance the protection of religious minorities, refugees, and migrants. Duffy served on a panel of esteemed […]
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Now is the time to register for the innaugural AT1 gathering which takes place in less than five months. Regular registration ends on June 30. AT1 (pronounced “At One”) is a brand new camp meeting-style gathering for the Adventist community organized by the Adventist Today publication. Our theme is “Christ Challenges Culture.” AT1 will call everyone […]
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Adventist Today by Bjorn Karlman - 4d ago

News reports from France, Loma Linda University, Germany and Switzerland. Adventist theologians from across Europe gathered on the campus of the Adventist University of France in Collonges on the Swiss border from April 24-28. More than 50 participants spent four days in lectures, reflections and discussions on the theme of pastoral ministry and church leadership. […]
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