Materials: by Clinton Wahlen

Don't Do What We've Done

A shift away from biblically-based decisions by Presbyterians provides a warning for Adventists in dealing with issues such as homosexuality.

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Clinton Wahlen

Dose Leviticus 26 Contain a Time Prophecy of 2,520 Years?

An examination of Leviticus 26:18 in its context shows that it is not a prophecy but conditional statements of blessing and cursing depending on Israel’s response to God. Statements made by James and Ellen White support this interpretation.

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Clinton Wahlen

Essential Guidance for Surviving the End Time

Important principles for God’s people to survive the end time are found in the early chapters of Daniel, Revelation, and The Great Controversy. These are briefly considered and explained.

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Clinton Wahlen

Groundbreaking Conference on Homosexuality Held

The church’s relation to the issue of homosexuality, including biblical, ethical, biological, and practical aspects are described in light of recent and extensive research.

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Clinton Wahlen

Hermeneutics and Scripture in the Twenty-First Century

 The “Methods of Bible Study” document voted by the 1986 Annual Council, which affirms Scripture’s divine inspiration and authority, as well as how to study the Bible, is explained and contrasted with more recent critical approaches to biblical interpretation. The role of culture is also addressed.

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Clinton Wahlen

Important Decisions Reached in Atlanta

Details key decisions made at the 2010 GC Session, including an emphasis on revival and reformation, the ordination of deaconesses, clarifying the definition of marriage, and an affirmation of the biblical account of creation.

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Clinton Wahlen

Lessons from Matthew 1

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Clinton Wahlen

Messiah Stone Scrutinized

This article examines the sensational claim that "a Dead Sea Scroll on stone" reflects a pre-Christian Jewish belief in a messiah who would die, rise again after three days, and be exalted to heaven.

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Clinton Wahlen

Open or Closed Communion?

Adventist historical practice relative to open or closed communion and the interpretation of 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 in connection with the question are explored.

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Clinton Wahlen

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