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Unions and the General Conference in Historical Perspective

In the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the union connects the local or regional level to the overarching structure and thus is ...
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Who Makes Up the General Conference

Originally published in the GC Executive Committee Newsletter, August, 2017, accessible at executivecommittee.adventist.org/newsletter ...
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The Priesthood Of All Believers And Its Implications For The Seventh-day Adventist Church

Last year’s 500th anniversary of Luther’s publication of his 95 Theses in 1517 naturally saw renewed attention to the key ...
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The Perils of Kingly Power

A man was a new student of the Bible. One day he was looking into the Bible for some guidance ...
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Church Authority: God-Ordained or Human Hierarchy?

Periodically throughout the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, individuals have arisen to criticize various aspects of the Church. These ...
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Church Unity and Church Policy: Is There A Connection?

Recently, there has been much discussion regarding Church unity and Church policy. Have you ever wondered what (if any) connection ...
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History and Development of Seventh-day Adventist Policy

What first comes to your mind when you think of “Working Policy”? For some, these words are synonymous with bureaucracy ...
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Fearless in God’s Name

What a privilege to be in Battle Creek, Michigan—the birthplace of the Seventh-day Adventist Church! Imagine what it must have ...
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Built On A Solid Foundation: A Biblical Basis for Church Governance and Authority

Church governance and authority have become a hot topic as the values of individual freedom and authenticity drive some contemporary ...
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A Divine Movement: United in Mission and Message

One of the things that really matters to God is the unity of His church. This is not some periphery ...
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