Ryan Bell on “Baptism as Naturalization.”
ompaul Wheeler reflects on the Holy Spirit.
Ryan Bell writes about the church and its mission.
Trevan Osborn has the latest contribution to the series.
“Escape or Energiser“–Signs of the Times Australia/New Zealand editor Nathan Brown on the Second Coming of Christ.
Brian Swarts looks at the Sabbath at “Fools’ Gospel.”
Monte Sahlin on The New Earth.
Trudy Morgan-Cole on God the Son: Truly Human. Dave Hamstra and Marty Thurber on Sanctuary Matters
Jared Wright discusses stewardship in the latest entry to the Camp Meeting 2.0 series.
Julius Nam of Loma Linda University comments on the preamble to the SDA statement of Fundamental Beliefs.
Alexander Carpenter has some comments regarding God the Father at Spectrum blog, as part of the “Blogging the 28″/Camp Meeting 2.0 series. You may make comments over there. Some years ago I wrote a review of a wonderful volume edited by Alvin F. Kimel, Jr., Speaking the Christian God: The Holy Trinity and the Challenge…
Jared Wright writes about Creation.
Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Advenists 16. Lord’s Supper The Lord’s Supper is a participation in the emblems of the body and blood of Jesus as an expression of faith in Him, our Lord and Saviour. In this experience of communion Christ is present to meet and strengthen His people. As we partake, we…
Latest in the Adventist blogger series: Trisha Famisaran says Gender Inequality Is a Barrier to Unity in the Body of Christ.
Next installment in the series on “Blogging the 28,” is by Ed Guzman — ethical implications of the Adventist version of premillenialism. Here’s a snippet: The kingdom is to be established at the final new creation, in contrast to being established on this present earth via institutional powers. The implication being that enmeshing ourselves…
Chuck Scriven talks about Scripture at Spectrum blog, and I think this the least satisfactory contribution to the series to date. The contributors were asked to apply the teaching–Scriven instead chooses to argue with it.
Johnny Ramirez contributes the next commentary in the Camp Meeting 2.0 series, “The Counter-Cultural Church Prophetic: Remnant and Seventh-day Adventist Mission,” citing a fellow who had a great deal of influence on me, Dr. Charles W. Teel, Jr. If you wish to comment, do so at Johnny’s blog.
Second post is up at Spectrum, by Johnny Ramirez-Johnson (a professor at Loma Linda, specializing in Relational Studies with an emphasis in Psychology & Culture), on the Trinity and human relationships. This is a diverse group of writers, and all kinds of folks from across the blogosphere are entering into the discussion–so don’t judge the…
It’s summer, and camp meeting season in the Adventist world. My wife and kids left this morning for three weeks in Vermont, which will include a detour to Freeport, Maine, for the Northern New England Conference camp meeting. It’s an old-fashioned affair, with folks staying in tents and meetings under the “big top.” (And there…