Seeing the invisible

Seeing the invisible

A Bible study in unexpected circumstances One morning this past week, Eduard Keshishyan participated as a guest speaker to an open devotional, held on Zoom and broadcasted live on Facebook. (You can watch and listen to it here.) ADC staff were present, and we listened to his amazing story, shared as a life changing experience. Told first-hand, we felt the…

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Baptism

Baptism

By Herbert Kiesler, reproduced from chapter “The Ordinances: Baptism, Foot Washing, and Lord’s Supper,” as published in Handbook of Seventh-day Adventist Theology (Review and Herald, 2000). Baptism is the door to the church, a symbol of renunciation of the old life and the adoption of a new life in Christ (Rom. 6:4). Of key importance to the topic of baptism…

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Who has the right to interpret the Bible?

Who has the right to interpret the Bible?

Written by Ángel Manuel Rodríguez, Biblical Research Institute This question has been answered in different ways in the history of Christianity. The most common answer argues that the interpretation of the Bible is determined by the religious leaders of the church, under the influence of their religious traditions. Against this position the Reformers correctly identified the Holy Spirit as the…

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Can we still save the world?

Can we still save the world?

Do you think that all the atrocities, and the disasters around the world, and ozone layer…, could be saved or could it be too late? Ayodele B., Birmingham, England (student of Discover course) Answer given by Pastor Christian Salcianu, 9 August, 2022 – Watford The Bible talks about a beginning of this world, when all was perfect: “And God looked…

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