Herb Douglass, A Fork in the Road

I’m reading Herb Douglass’ new book, A Fork in the Road, about the 1957 publication of Questions on Doctrine and its aftermath. It’s an expanded version of the paper he presented at the 50th Anniversary QOD conference this past October (PDF, mp3). So having read his paper and having heard him give the talk, there’s…

Adventist Review on QOD Conference

Mark Kellner’s article about the QOD Conference has finally appeared in the Adventist Review. He references an Andrews University press release. From October–My comments on the conference.

Julius Nam on QOD

Julius Nam, one of the masterminds behind last week’s Questions on Doctrine conference, has posted his paper, “The Questions on Doctrine Saga: Contours and Lessons,” at his blog. He notes at the end of that post that he is still looking for good homes for some remaining copies of his dissertation, “Reactions to the Seventh-day…

Bronwen Larson on QOD

Bronwen Larson (wife of Dave) reflects on the QOD conference in a letter to GC President Jan Paulson; a photo she took of the communion service has been added to Dave’s post at Spectrum.

Reflections on the QOD Conference–2

Some further reflection on the questions discussed at the recent conference at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on the 50th Anniversary of Seventh-day Adventists Answer Questions on Doctrine. Adventists leaders published the book in response to conversations with Donald G. Barnhouse and Walter Martin; these answers satisfied the evangelicals, but caused multiple controversies within Adventism…

Richard Rice on QOD

Richard Rice (one of my professors at Loma Linda) blogged daily about the QOD conference at the Spectrum blog (I only learned of this at the end of the conference, as I spent very little time on-line during the week, only enough to check my mail). It’s a good starting place if you want to…

Reflections on the QOD Conference–1

I’m home. I pulled into my driveway after midnight last night, ending a journey that took me through five states in one day (from Michigan, through Indiana, to MDW in Illinois, a short stop in St. Louis, Missouri, and home to Texas). I’m exhausted, and the experiences of the past week will take a long…