For the last several decades the human nature of Christ has been the subject of intense study in some scholarly Seventh-day Adventist circles. The publication of Questions on Doctrine (1957) set the stage for almost three decades of as yet unresolved debate, witnessed most recently in the two opposing views published side by side in the June 1985 issue of Ministry magazine. [Click for more info ->]
A Tale of Two Mountains: From Sinai to the Sermon on the Mount. This is a book about Jesus. Really, everything we do is about Jesus, for He is the One in whom "we live and move and have our being" (Acts 17:28). [Click for more info ->]
Growing numbers of sincere believers are asking whether Christians today should be keeping the feasts and festivals commanded in the Old Testament. In an easy-to-read and engaging style, Pastor Doug unfolds Bible answers that will help you know God’s will for you.
The Ellen G. White Pocket Dictionary is a simple and ready reference work about the life and writings of Ellen G. White. Many people find her words and expressions challenging. Furthermore, some of the terms and places are unfamiliar. [Click for more info ->]
Life is busy. It’s hard to find a moment to ourselves, a moment to think, to pray, and to connect with God. Yet the busier we are, the more we need that moment when we can take a breath and remember that we are not in this world alone. [Click for more info ->]
Who is Christ? Most Christians know who He was in biblical history, but many don't know who He is today or His purpose in and for each person's life. The Bible defines Christians as those who live lives patterned after Christ. But what exactly is that life? The Bible admonishes the believer to live, "Looking unto Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God."—Hebrews 7:2 [Click for more info ->]