How a GC President Is Elected

Steve Logan, a delegate to this week’s Seventh-day Adventist General Conference session from the UK, expresses frustration at how the president is “elected.” I’d like to see a report about how the process went in the committee. Would it have been to much to have given the delegates some basic info about the person nominated…

A Blow to Religious Liberty–and Campus Ministry

The Supreme Court has ruled against a Christian group, demanding that it conform to pro-homosexual policies on a law school campus. They have said that a school’s politically correct policies trump the First Amendment. Another post. They have said that a school can insist that Christian groups allow persons practicing and advocating immorality to be…

An Insight into Catholic Ecclesiology

Folks imagine the Catholic church is a monolithic organization, with all bishops in lockstep conformity to the pope. In fact, each bishop is “vicar of Christ” for the local church he leads–they have the fullness of orders, and have the role of apostles. This gives a bishop tremendous freedom, and protects him both from undue…