The July-August 2018 issue of the Bible Advocate is now available. Read it online now, or download the PDF in English or Spanish. For black and white print version download the PDF in English or Spanish « Online Exclusives » The July-August 2018 issue of the Bible Advocate.
As we begin a yearlong journey exploring our Statement of Faith, we consider profound questions related to the relationship between God and humanity. Central to such discussions is the Calvinist vs. Arminian debate, which raises questions regarding God’s will, human freedom, and grace. To engage this debate, we consider the five points of Calvinism, summarized […]
Considering our “Knowing God” theme, there is no better word to explore in this first “In a word” feature than the personal name of God. Found about 6,800 times in the Old Testament, much mystery and meaning surround the Tetragrammaton, a term referring to the four Hebrew consonants yod, he, waw, he that make up […]
Our study is a journey through our statements of faith found in This We Believe: Teachings of the Church of God (Seventh Day). Each article will explore two of our twelve statements. We begin now with Statements 1 and 2 on the Bible and Deity, summed up in the January-February 2018 issue as “Knowing God.” […]
The January-February 2018 issue of the Bible Advocate is now available. Read it online now, or download the PDF in English or Spanish. « Online Exclusives » The January-February 2018 issue of the Bible Advocate.
For the barest moment as I consider Eden’s darkness that lurks within my own heart, despair flickers before unspeakable wonder floods the margins of my mind and spills over into my spirit, ineffable wonder that His Infinite Presence stables once more in this dust. Sandra H. Bounds
What does progressive revelation mean? Does it affect our belief that Old and New Testaments together are God’s rule for faith and conduct? Progressive revelation is a theological term for the idea that on many Bible topics God’s truth is revealed gradually and incrementally, starting in Genesis until His ultimate Word came through Christ. […]