sábado, 12 de outubro de 2013

1888: UM MARCO NA HISTÓRIA DA IGREJA ADVERNTISTA - links para artigos publicados na edição especial da Adventist Review

What Happened in 1888?

A special anniversary issue of the Adventist Review examines the issues and personalities that made "Righteousness by Faith" one of the most important concepts of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. You'll find loads of content onine.

Citizenship Test

Editorial: Bill Knott on why we need to declare ourselves members of the peaceable kingdom.

What Happened in 1888?

Heart and Soul Theology: George Knight's historical account of a very historic event.

E. J. Waggoner: The Man and His Legacy

1888 Cover Feature Bio: Woodrow Whidden examinies the life of E. J. Waggoner

A. T. Jones

1888 Cover Feature Bio: Merlin Burt on the life of A. T. Jones

The Faith of Jesus

Heart and Soul Theology: Merlin Burt examines the doctrinal legacy of 1888.

The Theological Issues: Another Perspective

Heart and Soul Theology: Bill and Shawn Brace on Jones' and Waggoner's "most precious message."

Ellen White's Burden

It was more than a matter of who was right.

Sabbath Afternoon Talk

1888 Spirit of Prophecy: Ellen G. White writes on confession and God's grace.

Theology of the Last Generation

1888 Snapshot: Why hasn't Christ returned yet? Ask Angel Rodríguez.

The Nature of Christ

1888 Snapshot: Alberto Timm shres a quick look at Christology in the Adventist Church.

Universal Legal Justification

1888 Snapshot: Do Seventh-day Adventists have difficulties with universal legal justification? Stephen Bauer explains.

The Prevailing Interest

1888 Testimony: Studying the "1888 message" was a life-changing experience, says Kelly Veileux.

The Genius of Disunity

Reflections: Lael Caesar shares a commentary on the destructive power of disunity.

Click here for more articles from this 48-page special issue.

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